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ChefConf ’21: Online proved to be an action-packed three-day event. Catch up on all the highlights below

Piyushree Nagrale
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Whether you’re new to Chef or an old pro, Test Kitchen can be a boon to anyone looking to dive into test-driven automation practices and rapid code development.

John Tonello
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Any company that handles credit card data, especially in the United States, is subject to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and already knows how difficult and time-consuming PCI audits can be.

Alan Baptista

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Chef codifies your IT resource fleet in a way that automates configuration of diverse complicated systems, while also defining security and compliance standards as human-readable code. It allows quick packaging and distribution of applications across diverse settings.

Sudeep Charles
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Chef Workstation helps automate infrastructure configuration and security policies by allowing you to: - Improve the quality of code - Reduce time spent on writing and performing tests - Reduce deployment windows by quickly delivering on-demand DevTest environments If you are still on ChefDK, move to Workstation now!

Anugraha Benjamin
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Chef recently joined industry-leading speakers from Progress Software and Akeyless at ChefConf '21. They discussed the importance and complexities of Secrets Management and Zero Trust access in large enterprise environments. The session "Secrets Management in Complex Environments at Scale" is now available on-demand.

Piyushree Nagrale

In this blog post, you’ll take a look at some practices that can help you get a running start with your Chef automation and the principle of Policy as Code. It’s intended for any IT professional or Chef newcomer.

John S. Tonello

In April (as part of the live launch of Chef Infra Client 17) we re-launched the Community Recognition program. As an expansion of that, we’re adding Community Spotlights! Every 3 months we’ll be selecting the top contributors in Slack, GitHub, and Discourse for their hard work and commitment to the community. This is a small way for us to say thank you for all the hard work you are doing in the community. Building, contributing, and supporting others takes time.

Dan Webb
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GitHub Actions offer certain important benefits and when used alongside Chef can yield some amazing outcomes. Let’s discuss some of the most important ones in this blog. -Linting -Unit Testing -Integration Testing -Issue Management

Anugraha Benjamin

Whether you’re a college student or a seasoned professional, opportunities to learn new skills and explore new, cutting-edge tech are few and far in between. One of the tech industry’s most solid tools for fostering innovation and collaboration continues to be the hackathon. Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t miss Chef’s “Automate for Good” hackathon.

Kiah Tolliver
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Swamped with tickets from employees? Resolving a security incident? Are you trying to figure out how to generate reports for the upcoming audit? While an IT Administrator must deal with all of these, they also need to work on other planned projects. IT teams could manage their endpoints with existing tools for a small fleet of devices, but challenges arise when the device fleet scales.

Chaithra Mailankody
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The digital transformation accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic has led organizations to rethink their initiatives and plan newer, advanced means to address challenges associated with business service delivery and seamless customer experiences as business complexities and user expectations grow.

Sudeep Charles
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