Video Series: Intro to AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate

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AWS OpsWorks for Chef Will be Discontinued in All AWS Regions on May 26, 2024.

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This week we’re pleased to release a new video series, Intro to AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate. In this playlist, we provide a concise overview of OpsWorks for Chef Automate, a fully-managed offering of the Chef Automate platform on Amazon Web Services, along with practical usage examples so you can follow along in your own environment.

Below you’ll find the first video in the series, which will walk you through the Chef Automate platform itself, and the process for getting spun up in OpsWorks. From there, part 2 will cover compliance audits, and show you how you can start assessing and remediating issues quickly. Finally, part 3 details bootstrapping systems for continuous automation, providing the means to detect, correct, and automate everything you manage consistently.

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If you’d like to learn more about using OpsWorks for Chef Automate, be sure to check out the User Guide, which covers many of the topics outlined in the playlist in greater detail.

The Chef on AWS track in Learn Chef Rally is another great resource, providing hands-on instruction for auditing and maintaining systems in Amazon’s cloud.

Finally, our recent webinar, Automating Cloud Compliance with OpsWorks for Chef Automate, covers all of these concepts in greater detail, including some Q&A with the live audience.

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If you missed it, be sure to also check out our Getting Started with Habitat video series to start Automating application build and release.

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Nick Rycar

Nick is a Technical Product Marketing Manager working out of Chef HQ in Seattle. When he's not busy preparing product demos, he's torturing his colleagues with terrible puns and needlessly esoteric pop-culture trivia. Mostly he's just another confused New York transplant in the Pacific Northwest.