Supermarket.chef.io set to get an Infrastructure upgrade
Chef Supermarket, your gateway to finding the cookbooks best suited for your DevOps needs, is set to receive an upgrade to its infrastructure. In order to facilitate this upgrade, we will be migrating all content to new hardware. Early 2022 The outage will affect the Supermarket web application and all APIs that point to supermarket.chef.io. Supermarket is a very important content source for our community. We believe that this shift in the underlying infrastructure on which it is hosted is vital in ensuring we can serve you best in the long term.Read more
First off, I’d like to give a huge thank you to everyone who participated in our hackathon, and to DevPost for teaming up with us to make it all happen. Whether or not your project made the final list, all participants who submitted a valid project will receive a swag pack which consists of a t-shirt, some cool stickers, and a Badgr badge.
The Chef Partner Awards recognize partners who have built strong and meaningful relationships with both Chef and our mutual customers. Chef partners offer Chef solutions in specific locations, specialized verticals and customized deployments. Through submissions and internal Chef nominations, the Chef Partner Award winners are recognized by customers, peers and industry leaders as some of the premier companies in the DevOps space.
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