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Guest post by our friends at Indellient. We’re all on a mission to develop quickly, deliver reliably, and release more frequently, all in the name of better supporting our business. We must do all of this – securely, of course – across multiple environments.

Siraj Rauf

Today, Chef is announcing meaningful changes to the way that we build and distribute our software. Chef has always believed in the power of open source. This philosophy is core to the way that we think about software innovation.

Barry Crist

As many of you know, the standard Microsoft lifecycle policy is 10 years of support (5 for mainstream + 5 for extended support) for business and developer products, such as SQL and Windows servers. At the end of the extended support period, patches or security updates are no longer provided, creating security and compliance issues.

Alan Baptista

ChefConf 2019 is going to be a blast! And in addition to the fun you will be having with the rest of the Chef community, there will be a lot of good old-fashioned learning opportunities. I want to call specific attention to three of the workshops being delivered on Monday, May 20.

Brian Turner

I’m excited to announce that we have a new training course available for those learning Chef’s products and solutions: DevOps Pipeline! We understand the importance of an end-to-end workflow to automate all the things and this new class will help you accomplish that goal.

Brian Turner

Following on from the recent announcement that Chef has achieved CIS certification across AWS, Azure and GCP let’s take a deeper look at how to get started with Chef InSpec on these cloud providers.  Starting with InSpec v3.7.7 there is profile generation support for AWS, Azure, and GCP.

Stuart Paterson

What does end of support for an Operating System (such as Windows Server 2008 or RHEL 5) have to do with Digital Transformation? The speed of modern business necessitates a much faster time to market and higher quality applications. But your existing application estate will determine your modernization strategy.

Vikram Ghosh

One of the greatest thrills of working in Open Source is receiving your first pull request. Learning that someone not only took an interest in your project, but took enough interest to fork the code, make a change, and then submit it as a pull request is such an incredible feeling.

Nell Shamrell-Harrington

ChefConf 2019 is our time to get together with our community, learn from each other, and celebrate all the amazing things we’ve accomplished together over the year. One of the ways we love to recognize the contributions and hard work of our community is through the Awesome Community Chef Awards.

Mandi Walls