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Voting now open for the Chef Board of Governance (CBGB)

Ohai Chefs! On October 13th 2015 we announced the Chef Board of Governance (CBGB). Thanks to all of you who have nominated candidates. Today – with a slight delay for which we apologize (looks like the recent launch got the best of us) – we are opening the voting! https://www.surveymonkey.

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Chef Delivery at Ooyala

Ooyala is a cloud-based, software-as-a-service video platform that provides a complete range of services such as transcoding, content management, ad management and analytics. For the past year and a half, Ooyala has been using Chef to configure and provision its deployment framework, Atlantis. Now, Ooyala is taking the next step.

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Continuous Availability at IBM

IBM sponsors many well-known sporting events, such as the US Open and the Wimbledon Championships. The IBM Continuous Availability Services – Events Infrastructure (CAS-EI) is the team that operates and manages the very popular web sites for these events. For example, during this year’s Wimbledon Championships, they delivered half-a-billion page views during the two-week tournament.

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Gannett Accelerates Application Deployment from Weeks to Minutes with Chef on AWS

Leading Media Company Automates Full Stack to Enable Continuous Delivery; Presents Results at AWS re:Invent 2015 Chef Achieves New AWS Partner Network DevOps Competency and Advanced Partner Status in APN SEATTLE and LAS VEGAS – October 6, 2015 – Chef, a leader in automation for DevOps, today announced Gannett, a leading media company and publisher […]

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Nordstrom’s chefdk_bootstrap Cookbook

Introduction Nordstrom relies on Chef to manage over 6500 Linux and Windows servers in their data center and in the cloud. More and more app development teams at Nordstrom are adopting Chef to help them deliver software and manage their infrastructure.

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Chef and DevOps at JustGiving

JustGiving is the world’s largest fundraising platform. In the last twelve months, JustGiving has helped tens of millions of people raise over $700,000,000 dollars. This post describes how JustGiving uses Chef and DevOps to help manage its infrastructure and create a flexible, cooperative work environment.

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How to Be a Secure Chef

Many Chef users are interested in security. To answer the questions you’ve raised, we’ve put a new article called “How to be a Secure Chef” in the Chef skills library. You’ll find suggestions for securing the Chef server, the Chef client, and your workstation.

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Videos of Customer Success with Chef

Chef is everywhere, or at least we try to be. From DevOpsDays to reInvent, meetups to ChefConf, to the constant stream of field engagements, success engineering projects, trainings, and much more, our team is out there and engaging with every aspect of the Chef community and the broader IT industry on a daily basis.

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An Awesome Chef’s Thoughts on the Community Summit

By now, hopefully all of you know we have Chef Community Summits in Seattle (Oct. 14-15) and London (Nov. 3-4) this Fall. Always some of the most engaging events of the year for the Chef Community, the Summits are organized as facilitated Open Space events.

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Automating Heterogeneous Environments at CenturyLink Cloud

Matt Wrock is a Principal Software Engineer at CenturyLink Cloud, where he works on data center automation. Many of you are already familiar with Matt from his blog Hurry Up and Wait! Matt writes about many aspects of software engineering, including Chef.

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