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The blog below is a guest blog post written by Datadog, one of our ChefConf Online sponsors. Modern environments are complex, consisting of many hosts, Virtual Machines (VMs), or containers that can scale up and down at a moment’s notice.

William To, Copywriter at Datadog
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At ChefConf Online 2020, we showed just how far Chef has come in the application delivery space.

Mike Krasnow

The blog below is a guest blog post written by Epsagon, one of our ChefConf Online sponsors. What is Distributed Tracing anyway? In the olden days, to debug problems, developers would typically log into the server running the software and inspect the logs and maybe some real-time metrics to investigate the issue.

The blog below is a guest blog post written by ShuttleOps, one of our ChefConf Online sponsors. Consistent Application Packaging The Chef Enterprise Automation Stack (“EAS”) and the “Effortless” pattern were created to give organizations the ability to automate configuration management, compliance and application delivery via a unified set of tools.

Damith Karunaratne, CEO at ShuttleOps

Hello Chefs! We hope you enjoyed ChefConf Online this week. It was a fun adventure creating a new experience for you since we couldn’t see everyone in person in Seattle.  If you missed any of the excellent content we assembled for you, please check out the videos at chefconf.io.

benny Vasquez
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Today Chef announced several new products and significant enhancements to the Chef portfolio during our ChefConf Online event. While things certainly have been different from past ChefConf events, we are energized by our community and customers, and we remain committed to helping them succeed.

Dan Hauenstein

Chef Workstation Released as Generally Available! Chef Workstation, the toolkit for infrastructure automation and compliance, has reached General Availability (GA) with lots of great new features and changes.

Clinton Wolfe

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.

We are proudly announcing the availability of Chef Desktop, desktop management software that enables IT managers to transform their own configuration and compliance requirements as human-readable code, in order to deploy, manage and secure entire fleets of laptops, desktops, or workstations from a central location.

Alan Baptista