Before Chef, the process for provisioning a Linux server or a virtual machine was manual, time-consuming, and difficult to scale effectively. Because there was no programmatic way to apply or validate server configurations, setup tasks were manual and error-prone, and verification was rudimentary.
Deploy Chef and develop cookbooks to automate provisioning, implementing Chef InSpec to test and ensure the efficacy of cookbooks as they are developed.
- Danske Bank was able to remove the manual and time-consuming process of multiple handoffs for provisioning and scaling Linux servers, to using Chef as easy as the push of a button
- They translated their provisioning and scale requirements into executable code removing the manual processes into repeatable, automated workflows
- Using Chef InSpec they codified standard requirements and execute automated tests against standards, catching any deviations immediately and preventing costly rework
About Danske Bank
One of the largest financial institutions in the Nordic countries, Danske Bank is currently present in 16 countries with 245 branches and over 20,000 employees, serving personal, business and institutional customers and in addition to banking services, offer life insurance and pension, mortgage credit, wealth management, real estate and leasing services.