Compete to Win Part of $60,000 USD in prizes at Chef’s Hackathon: Automate for Good
This year’s ChefConf ’21 proved to be incredible, delivering transformative value to many like-minded DevOps folks. By bringing the best DevOps leaders and IT innovation from all around the world together through keynote addresses, technical sessions, networking, and more, ChefConf has brought attendees the ultimate DevOps event experience - content, connections, and a foundation to build upon for the future. And of course, let’s not forget the awesome sets from Deep Sea Diver and Lakou Mizik!Read more
ChefConf ’21: Online proved to be an action-packed three-day event. Catch up on all the highlights below
Whether you’re new to Chef or an old pro, Test Kitchen can be a boon to anyone looking to dive into test-driven automation practices and rapid code development.
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.
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.
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.
I’m pleased to announce the release of a new Chef-approved certification program: Chef Principles. This certification exam was built from the ground up to test your knowledge of Chef OSS tools, products, and solutions. It also provides a measuring stick against modern DevOps practices that we encourage within our community.
Since the acquisition of Chef by Progress there has been a lot of opportunity for us to intentionally make decisions around the amazing products that Chef provides. The same products that all members of the Chef Community (past, present, internal and external) have had a big part in shaping and building.
There is no doubt that DevSecOps practices accelerate the pace of digital transformation, but those same practices also introduce new challenges to maintaining compliance. Traditional compliance approaches risk slowing software delivery, exacerbating audit pain, and leaving organizations with an incomplete view of compliance posture.