Let's imagine there is a daemon named foobard, which has it's
configuration snippets in /etc/foobar.d/*.conf

Applications are deployed via some tool other than puppet, for example
Jenkins or Capistrano, and developers want to be able to
also push system configs for specific deamon(s) via their deployment system.

Now, this poses a problem for me, because I'm used to manage
configuration files via puppet. How do you guys solve this kind of issues?

Also, CM aside, there is a standing security issue. Deployment is run
via unprivileged account, which now has to be able somehow inject
potentially malicious configuration files into /etc.

Any input is appreciated.

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