Come celebrate our 10th ChefConf with us!
September 7-9, 2021 will mark the 10th annual ChefConf! The journey from 2012 to 2021 has been a ride full of excitement, sleepless nights, innovative talks, and all kinds of fun. From “Doing DevOps Right” to “Chef helps teams accelerate their DevOps journeys” this year, we have aimed to be a medium for thousands of DevOps and IT folks to learn, interact, and expand their knowledge through keynotes, technical sessions, networking, hack days, charitable events, and more. We thank all of the #ChefFriends in our community; you have been an integral part of the success of ChefConf.Read more
[eBook] 10 Ways to Optimize Your Chef Infrastructure Automation Investment
Over time, Chef Infrastructure Automation has become more powerful. Be it creating your own custom resources to simplify writing cookbooks or implementing or monitoring real-time data across environments, there is a myriad of ways for you to make the best use of your infrastructure automation. This eBook covers key best practices for creating better automation.Read more
ChefConf ’21: Online – Submit a talk and register today!
We’re back with more fun and learning sessions this year at ChefConf! ChefConf ‘21: Online starts September 7th, 2021 and it’s a three–day virtual conference. DevOps and IT practitioners across the globe will meet, learn, and share knowledge. ChefConf has always been a great opportunity to build knowledge and skills to accelerate your own DevOps journey.Read more
5 Reasons You Should Submit a Proposal to Speak At ChefConf ’21: Online
ChefConf ‘21: Online takes place September 7-9, 2021 and no matter where you are, you again have an opportunity to present from the comfort of your own home office. With ChefConf online again this year, we’re so excited to have you present at the DevOps Conference of the Year. The ChefConf call for presenters is now open. This year at ChefConf, we are following the theme: Chef helps teams accelerate their DevOps journeys.Read more
Chef & Jenkins: Better Together
Chef Habitat changes the way applications are defined and deployed enabling automation teams to describe in code everything the application needs to be built, run, and managed. By standardizing this process, Chef Habitat provides a way to automate application deployment in even the most heterogeneous environments.Read more
Testing Windows DNS SIGRed Vulnerability with Chef InSpec
It’s not DNS. There’s no way it’s DNS. It was DNS. A system administrator’s haiku, many have uttered before. Today it rings true once again. CVE-2020-1350 is a vulnerability found in _all_ versions of Windows Server DNS back to 2003. Found by the folks at Checkpoint, this is a highly critical vulnerability.Read more
What is Application Definition?
Application definition is the process of creating a codified operational runbook. It formalizes the process of describing in code everything an application needs to be built, run, and managed.Read more
Re-Defining Application Delivery: ChefConf 2020 Habitat Highlights
At ChefConf Online 2020, we showed just how far Chef has come in the application delivery space.Read more
What’s New with Chef Habitat
Chef Habitat is an open source automation product for defining, packaging, and delivering applications to any environment, regardless of operating system or platform. In the first half of 2020, we’ve rolled out a number of new features in Habitat, including building out integrations with Chef Automate.Read more
ChefConf Online Recording Sessions: Integrations, DevOps, and Cool Stuff Week
We’re down to the final week of the month of ChefConf live recording sessions! It’s a challenge to figure out exactly what to call the track that isn’t explicitly focused on a Chef product, but the gist is that we want to bring you some sessions on stuff that is freaking cool.Read more