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Guidance for users who completed the Chef Backend 2.2.0 migration and are still being alerted by scanning tools that Elastic Search may have a vulnerability.

Brian Loomis

Read how Chef enables IT teams to perform system hardening with the help of continuous security audits and remediation that detects and fixes vulnerabilities in diverse IT fleets.

Anugraha Benjamin

An all-in-one solution for managing your Linux fleet

Sudeep Charles

A developer’s guide to extending Chef InSpec through Ruby inheritance of core resources to re-use the core functionality in custom resources.

Vasundhara Jagdale

A new year is upon us, and with it comes a lot of new changes from the Chef team. First, you may have noticed that we’ve officially updated our branding to Progress Chef. Also, you’re about to witness a shift in how we stream.

Kiah Tolliver

Redefining endpoint compliance by codifying your fleet

Sudeep Charles

A critical update for Chef Automate was released on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, and should be applied by Monday, January 17, 2022, for any customers using Chef Automate in conjunction with AWS RDS to ensure service is not disrupted.

Aaron Kraft

Hosted Chef, your gateway to managing Chef infrastructure in the cloud, is set to receive an upgrade to its database. In order to facilitate this upgrade, we will be migrating all content to a new version of PostgreSQL. We will also be upgrading the application to Chef Infra server 14.10.

Mark Cavins

On December 9, 2021 Progress Software was made aware of a critical vulnerability in a common Java logging library call Log4j.  Links to additional resources describing the vulnerability and its origin are included at the end of this post.

Aaron Kraft