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The Recipe for System Success: Chef + Cloud

We are living in a world of constant change: companies of all sizes and in all industries are tasked with being a disruptor or being disrupted. Slow-moving enterprises which rely only on legacy technology are falling behind their competitors.

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Guest Post: Using Artifactory as a private Supermarket

This is a guest post by Michael Hüttermann. Michael is an expert in Continuous Delivery, DevOps and SCM/ALM. More information about him at http://huettermann.net, or follow him on Twitter: @huettermann.

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Continuous Automation: Fixing the tension between Dev and Ops

Development blames Ops, Ops blames Development. Following Agile, Lean, and DevOps principles lowers the friction between the functions of these groups. But it takes more to fix the underlying tension that pits these groups against one another. Fix that tension by redefining the role of shared IT organizations into groups focused on developer services.

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A community-powered knowledge base for DevOps and collaboration

Enterprises today have to adapt to changing needs in application and infrastructure management – and Chef Automate helps empower organizations to embrace modern software practices such as DevOps and continuous delivery to build, deploy and manage software to meet customer expectations.

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Test Kitchen and Chef Provisioning drivers for Azure now work in US Government and Sovereign cloud environments

This post first appeared on Medium. As an open-source maintainer one of the hardest things is getting access to relevant test environments to test your bits. Especially when that test environment is in a territory or environment you don’t have access to.

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How to get the most out of your ChefConf experience

I was visiting with a customer last week and was asked a pretty simple question: How do I get the most out of my ChefConf experience? With ChefConf now less than a month away this is a question that you might be asking, too.

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Managing DevOps Teams (new rules for radical management)

Last week, Jamie Bright published the blog post, “Why DevOps is for everyone, not just a single team.

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Continuous Automation: Managing Hybrid Infrastructure in a DevOps World

The increasing pace of infrastructure technology innovations–the shift to virtual, cloud, containers, and microservices–has changed the meaning of the word “hybrid”. Automation and management solutions that only address one particular infrastructure type or deployment architecture may be well-suited to practices today, but they’re likely to become opinionated relics that reflect the practices of their time.

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Why DevOps is for everyone, not just a single team

DevOps doesn’t care what industry your company operates in, what department you sit in, or what title you have. That’s because DevOps isn’t for just one industry, just one team or even just one person.

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Quantifying DevOps Outcomes: Efficient Service Stability

Last week, we hosted a live webinar, “Efficient Service Stability” – the final episode in our four part short-form, interactive series, “Quantifying DevOps Outcomes.” For me, this series has been a fun improv exercise in working with audience feedback to figure out where we should focus our time together.

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