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.
For some time now, Learn Chef has been the destination of choice for IT ops practitioners to learn how to expand their DevOps skill sets. Whether it be learning about securing your infrastructure, managing a fleet of IT resources, or consistently delivering applications, Learn Chef has you covered.
Automation has become the modern cornerstone of IT resource management. The days of manually managing hundreds or thousands of desktops and laptops are long gone. Or are they? The reality is many organizations are still dealing with a mish-mash of legacy processes for deploying, managing, and securing large fleets of IT resources.
This week Progress Software announced a number of new capabilities across the Chef portfolio meant to accelerate time to value for our customers. With the acquisition close earlier this month, Chef became part of Progress and adds DevSecOps capabilities and expertise that help organizations succeed with their digital efforts.
About a year ago, I talked about how we were going to refresh the Chef Certification program, and the need to update it to match our modernised product line up. Since then a lot has happened, both at Chef Software and in the world in general.
I can’t wait to see what Progress and Chef can do together. Chef is already the industry’s preeminent DevOps and DevSecOps technology leader and has helped drive digital transformation for developers and Fortune 500 customers. Progress is a trusted provider of the leading products to develop, deploy and manage high-impact business systems.
Chef Infra Server acts as an enterprise hub for configuration data. Chef Infra Server stores cookbooks, the policies that are applied to nodes, and metadata that describes each registered node that is being managed by Chef.
Chef Habitat is an open-source automation product for defining, packaging, and delivering applications to any environment, regardless of operating system or platform. Habitat was launched by Chef as a new project with its own stand-alone community site (habitat.sh) in 2016.
Chefs, We are excited to announce that Chef has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Progress. We expect the transaction to be finalized over the next 30 days or so and, once completed, Chef will become an integral part of Progress.