Blog Archives

7 Ways IT Will Change in 2016 to Bring DevOps Mainstream

As we kickoff 2016 at Chef, I’ve reflected on the important changes impacting our industry and the digital world. Last week I penned a byline in sharing my take on why DevOps will gain mainstream momentum in 2016 and

Posted in cloud, compliance, culture, devops

ICYMI | Chef DOJO: Your DevOps Journey Assessment

On Tuesday, February 2nd, I co-presented a live webinar on the Chef DevOps Journey Assessment or DOJO with Thomas Enochs, VP Customer Success. The DOJO is an exercise Chef developed to help companies get better results from their DevOps adoption.

Posted in culture, devops, webinar

ChefConf 2016 – Build. Deliver. Delight.

If you’ve been to ChefConf before, you know it’s not your typical tech conference. If you haven’t, this is your year. Our annual get together is like a huge family reunion open to everyone that celebrates a vibrant and passionate

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Automate to Migrate on Channel 9

Fully embracing the power of the Chef ecosystem has had a tremendous impact in allowing people to continuously deliver your infrastructure no matter where it lives. With Chef being cloud agnostic as to where it is deployed, it allows people

Posted in cloud, devops, partners, webinar

Transformation at Gannett

Gannett is a leading media and marketing company whose businesses include USA TODAY, 92 local media organizations in 33 states and Guam, and more than 160 local news brands online in the U.K. You may already be familiar with Gannett’s

Posted in culture, customers, devops

Learn about DevOps and Tools

Chef’s Jennifer Davis (@sigje) has published several new articles in the Skills Library. In “Examining Tools with a DevOps Lens”, she discusses how to evaluate tools in terms of how well they foster the DevOps values of collaboration and communication

Posted in devops

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

Posted in awesome chefs, cloud, community, customers, devops

Bare Metal Provisioning with Chef and HP OneView

This is a guest blog from HP’s Phil Prasek and Gunjan Kamle detailing the integration between Chef and HP OneView for provisioning bare metal resources. What if you could bring the simplicity of public cloud infrastructure as code to your

Posted in devops, partners

An update on Chef

In the Northwest we’ve gone very quickly from summer to Fall.  And what a summer it was.  In fact, 2015 is clearly shaping up to be a record year across all of our key metrics: revenue, new customers, and partnerships.

Posted in community, culture, customers, devops

Chef Raises $40 Million in Funding Amidst Record Demand for DevOps

DFJ Growth Leads Series E Round, Hewlett Packard Ventures Makes Strategic Investment in Chef SEATTLE – September 9, 2015 – Chef, the leader in automation for DevOps, today announced it has closed a $40 million Series E funding round. The

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