Managed software installation for OS X
Munki is a set of tools that, used together with a webserver-based repository of packages and package metadata, can be used by OS X administrators to manage software installs (and in many cases removals) on OS X client machines.
Munki can install software packaged in the Apple package format, and also supports Adobe CS3/CS4/CS5/CS6 Enterprise Deployment "packages", and drag-and-drop disk images as installer sources.
Additionally, Munki can be configured to install Apple Software Updates, either from Apple's server, or yours.
Munki is currently in use at organizations all over the world, managing software for tens of thousands of Macs.
Get started with Munki here: Getting Started with Munki
Check out the Wiki for some notes and documentation, and browse and/or check out the source. See the releases page for pre-built installer packages of supported releases, or munkibuilds.org for packages built from the current Git revision, which may contain development, testing, or work-in-progress code.
Some video learning resources are here.
If you have additional questions, or need even more help getting started, post a question to munki-discuss. Please don't post support questions as comments on wiki documentation pages, or as GitHub code issues.
Issues with MunkiWebAdmin should be discussed in its group: munki-web-admin.