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Chef Workstation


Chef Infra Best Practices: #7 Chef Workstation: One Click a Way from Everything

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!

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Getting Started with Chef Infrastructure Management in 30 Minutes

Whether you’re new to automation and configuration management or just new to Chef Infrastructure Management Automation, it can be difficult to know just where to begin. Two new how-to videos are now available to walk you through the steps to get you up and running with Chef quickly. Chef Infrastructure Management consists of several components that are critical to any enterprise automation deployment.

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Chef Guide: Accelerate test-driven development with Chef Workstation and Test Kitchen

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.

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Goodbye ChefDK, Hello Chef Workstation

With the end of 2020 fast approaching, ChefDK is nearing end-of-life status. Don’t panic just yet though, because we have a simple upgrade path that will give you even better functionality for managing Chef products.

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Product Announcement: Chef Workstation Released as Generally Available!

Chef Workstation Released as Generally Available! Chef Workstation, the toolkit for infrastructure automation and compliance, has reached General Availability (GA) with lots of great new features and changes.

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Automatically Updating Cookbooks with Cookstyle

Infrastructure code, just like your infrastructure, is in constant flux. New services need to be updated and deployed, configuration changes need to be propagated, and security vulnerabilities mitigated. There’s a never-ending stream of code changes to make and once you’ve written your infrastructure code you just want it to work.

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Goodbye, Foodcritic

All good things come to an end, and now is the time to say goodbye to Foodcritic. In 2011, Andrew Crump did the Chef community a huge service by writing what would become the defacto standard code linter for Chef Cookbooks. Foodcritic was a ground up code linting tool built especially for Chef Cookbooks.

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