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Chef Open Source Community News – March 2018

Here’s this month’s roundup of all the news from across Chef’s open source projects for the month of March. Chef With only another two weeks to go until the official release of Chef 14, the team is hard at work on merging in the last features with the stretch goal of hitting 30 new resources.

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Exporting Docker Images for Cloud Foundry with Habitat

With Habitat, it’s easy to package and export your applications to any environment, and Cloud Foundry is no exception. Our friends over at Stark & Wayne set up a quick demo to just how easy it can be! Set up Habitat First, clone the example Node repo here.

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Introducing Habitat Personal Access Tokens

What are Habitat tokens? With a recent revision of the Habitat builder site, some brand new functionality has now become available for Habitat users.

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Habitat and Helm Exporter

A group of Habitat core team members is at Helm Summit in beautiful (but surprisingly frosty) Portland this week, to learn more about how Helm contributors are continuing to automate application deployment and management to Kubernetes clusters.

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Habitat and Helm!

As of Habitat 0.54.0, you can export your Habitat built applications into Helm! Helm is an open source package manager for Kubernetes that is maintained by the CNCF.

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Chef Community Summit Berlin – 2018

On Friday, February 9, Chef held our first Community Summit in Berlin at the Betahaus coworking space. Berlin has a thriving startup culture and is home to some of our InSpec teammates as well as a number of #cheffriends at AWS who work on OpsWorks for Chef Automate.

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Chef at CfgMgmtCamp 2018

2018 marked the fifth anniversary of the CfgMgmtCamp conference, and for this milestone, the organizers decided to invite the luminaries of configuration management back to Gent, Belgium for a reunion.

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Habitat Can Now Run in OpenShift

With the 0.53.0 release of Habitat, we’re happy to announce that users can now run their Habitat-exported Docker containers on the OpenShift platform!

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Chef Open Source Community News – January 2018

Chef has always been built atop a very strong open-source community. However, we’ve heard from many of you that it’s hard to find news about new features being developed in our open-source projects.

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Getting Started with Node & Habitat

One of the most exciting things about Habitat is how it can empower Node developers to be able to build and manage their own deployments.

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