5 Reasons Why You Should Attend Chef Infra 17 Launch Event
Chef Infra Client 17 is on its way, simplifying how IT teams automate their infrastructure! The release of Chef Infra 17 is packed with features, upgrades and improvements, including adoption of Test Driven Development (TDD) practices. Chef is hosting a live launch event on Wednesday, April 28. We go live at 9:00 AM PT with a fun–packed, hour-long session featuring Chef Infra Product Manager, Tim Smith and Benny Vasquez, Chef Community and DevRel Manager.
Chef Announcements: New EAS Release, Chef Infra Client 17 and Community Celebration Event
Chef was built around a vibrant, innovative, and supportive community that helped shape the DevOps movement and usher in a series of automation capabilities to help organizations deliver infrastructure and applications quickly and securely. Today, Progress Software announced updates to the Chef portfolio and community program to build on that heritage.
ChefConf 2021 Save the Date!
It’s almost time to join the best DevOps event in the world: #ChefConf2021! If you have ever been part of a ChefConf, you know that our annual conference is a meeting place for some of the greatest minds in DevOps and DevSecOps. With the pandemic hitting the world in 2020, last year’s event went digital and we were amazed with the numerous positive reactions we received.
Live Webinar: How to Improve IT Productivity for a Distributed Workforce
IT teams have recently seen a significant transformation in remote desktop management, with distributed work environment being the reality. Preparing for a distributed workforce is challenging when it comes to management of remote devices. Security and compliance have become a critical part of desktop management in this distributed world, and regular desktop management tasks can consume so much time that IT admins find it difficult to focus on higher priority tasks. So, how can you improve IT productivity as well as remote desktop manageability? Well, that’s what we’re here for!
Chef Infra Best Practices: #2 Serve-up Continuous Compliance with Chef Infra Compliance Phase
Second installment of the Shape-Up Your Infrastructure Webinar Series – “Configure Chef Infra & Compliance Using Built-In Functionality”. Today pretty much any IT system used to transact business or store customer data is subject to some level of compliance regulation and needs to be audited.
Remote Desktop Management Software eBook: Distributed Work Environments Are the New Reality
Organizations are embracing remote work culture more than ever. The pandemic-induced digital transformation significantly accelerated this trend. Given this sudden shift, IT resources and teams need to deploy distributed work environments rapidly without compromising security. So, how is the shift in remote work affecting the IT resources team’s functionality?
Automating Financial Service IT Configuration and Compliance
We here at Chef believe that taking a “Everything-as-Code” approach will help Financial Service organizations to automate the configuration, automate the security or compliance of environments and automate the distribution of applications into heterogeneous environments. Infrastructure-as-Code: is where Financial Services can automate the process of managing, provisioning and deploying necessary infrastructure resources.
Chef Infra Best Practices: #1 Using Cookstyle for Infra Client Upgrades
Believe it or not, infrastructure configuration solutions like Chef have been around for more than 10 years now. Over those 10 years, Chef has continued to improve the functionality of Chef Infra, requiring clients to not only upgrade to a new version, but also update some of the associated automation they have built.
Case Study: A Lesson in Digital Transformation in the Midst of a Global Pandemic with Edgenuity
Edgenuity provides online learning and teacher resources and is used by 75% of U.S. school districts. Over the past five years, the company has seen explosive growth both organically and through acquisitions. In addition to mounting capacity challenges, they also faced gaps in the way they built, tested and deployed applications.