Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • Domain Management is one of those problems many companies haven't yet solved. A lot of places have their systems self converging, growing, and moving using infrastructure as code but still manually manage the pivotal glue that links their systems together, and more importantly, links their customers to their products. Often they end up with rsynced hosts files, poorly formated BIND configuration f...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • As customers and stakeholders demands for faster delivery of new and improved features increase, successful organizations are increasingly defined by their ability to outperform their peers on metrics of speed, efficiency, and risk. In this recorded webinar, Chef’s Nick Rycar will show you how to use Chef to define a standardized development cycle that maintains system health and security in paral...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • Automatically build and deploy your Cloud Native applications with Habitat Builder. Simple applications can be relatively easy to deploy. Package your application, put it in a container, and you’re off and running. More complex Cloud Native applications require more thought. Habitat, Chef’s open source project for application automation, can help you package and deploy your application to a vari...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • When developing and testing a cookbook, it is recommended that a build pipeline is used to ensure recommendations and standards are being followed and that tests are always run. This also avoids the problem where someone can push to a cookbook on the Chef server and also has to commit to source control. Using the VSTS Chef Extension, this pipeline can be built in VSTS so that on every commit all ...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • Chef Automate, Chef’s Continuous Automation solution is tightly integrated with Amazon Web Services (AWS). If you’re using AWS now, Chef gives you a single, unified way to automate AWS services and resources. If you’re thinking of using AWS, Chef will help you migrate your workloads at your own pace, and with complete control. Together with AWS, Chef helps customers tackle risk and compliance barr...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Build, Deploy, and Manage with Chef Automate, the Continuous Automation Platform. Your organization has a complex combination of cloud-based and on-premises apps and infrastructure. It’s slowing you down. Chef Automate helps overcome complexity to build, manage, and deploy better, faster, and safer. Learn more: https://www.chef.io/automate/

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • Google and Chef have come together to collaborate to manage the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) natively with Chef. Leveraging the ability of idempotency and Chef you can now declare cloud resources, using Chef, to manage GCP. By combining Chef Automate with GCP, we will show off the ability to programmatically spin up complete cloud infrastructures, without leaving Chef or the need of other tools. T...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise we reconfigure Habitat services through repackaging and live updates starting with the following code: https://github.com/chef-training/habitatize/tree/habitat-imagemagick_with_jpeg You will learn how to find the config generated by Ruby scaffolding, modify it, and re-package the appl...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • One of the dreams of development is to build a software package once - and deploy it anywhere. With current open source projects, this dream is even closer than ever. Join Nell Shamrell-Harrington, Senior Software Development Engineer at Chef as she discusses how to create software packages that run (almost) anywhere with Habitat. You'll see how the same application can be run on bare metal, on a ...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In the previous exercise the instructions that I gave you were incorrect. The `core/libjpeg-turbo` needs to be defined as a runtime dependency and not a build time dependency. I filed an issue against Habitat to capture what I think is an issue with dependency handing within the Habitat Studio: https:...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • By leveraging Azure, Walgreens is able to respond more quickly to emerging market trends. Chef helps Walgreens do that in a more secure and consistent fashion. As Walgreens moves away from legacy tools and processes and implements modern methodologies, they're able to deliver their environments at a more rapid pace which satisfies their business partners and in the end directly impacts their cust...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise we add support for JPEG images to our meme-generating web service starting with the following code: https://github.com/chef-training/habitatize/tree/habitat-build_run_deploy I will explain how to fork an existing core Habitat plan to provide the additional features required for our ap...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise you will create a web service that allows you to create memes. In a previous exercise we created an application (https://github.com/chef-training/habitatize/tree/meme_application) that generates an animated GIF with RMagick/ImageMagick. Here we use the very powerful Sinatra library to ...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise you will create an application that animates a picture an places it inside a Habitat container. We will build everything from source to a completed application using the power provided by Ruby's RMagick library. I will explain important concepts around using ImageMagick on how to load...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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  • Build better cookbooks faster by incorporating tests into the cookbook development process. Tests give you reliable feedback and help you catch bugs early. The Chef Development Kit (Chef DK) includes all the tools you need to write both unit and integration tests. Early last year I delivered a webinar focused on Test Driven Cookbook Development. Since then the Chef Development Kit (Chef DK) has s...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • By leveraging Azure, Walgreens is able to respond more quickly to emerging market trends. Chef helps Walgreens do that in a more secure and consistent fashion. As Walgreens moves away from legacy tools and processes and implements modern methodologies, they're able to deliver their environments at a more rapid pace which satisfies their business partners and in the end directly impacts their cust...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Detect, Correct, Automate for the EU General Data Protection Regulation: https://www.chef.io/gdpr GDPR introduces a new set of controls relating to how a business stores and processes personal data of EU citizens. Key to GDPR adherence is ensuring ‘Privacy by Design’ for all new IT systems. This introduces a number of challenges as we try and shift data privacy to the design and development stage...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise we add support for JPEG images to our meme-generating web service starting with the following code: https://github.com/chef-training/habitatize/tree/habitat-build_run_deploy I will explain how to fork an existing core Habitat plan to provide the additional features required for our ap...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise we convert our build/run/deploy process for our meme-generating web service to use Habitat (https://github.com/chef-training/habitatize/tree/meme_web_service-complete). I will explain the importance of using Habitat and how it moves more work to the build process while granting better...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
YouTube Video
  • Habitat gives you a consistent way to build and run your applications in a Cloud Native manner. In this exercise you will refactor a meme-generating web service that we completed in a previous exercise (https://github.com/chef-training/habitatize/tree/meme_application). I will explain the importance of defining a README that describes how to launch your application, using a template/view, refact...

Chef (formerly Opscode)
Chef (formerly Opscode)
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