#ChefConf 2013: Set Your Sights on Automation w/Facebook, Nordstrom and More

Early Bird pricing for #ChefConf 2013 has started. Get your ticket today!

#ChefConf will be held April 24-26 in San Francisco. Join hundreds of system administrators, application developers, and other IT professionals to collaborate on creating the future of infrastructure automation.

We’ve already announced a great list of speakers – including folks from Nordstrom, Adobe, Riot Games and Splunk – and continue to accept talk proposals until Feb 15th. Even better, today, we announced that Phil Dibowitz, Production Engineer at Facebook, will be speaking on #ChefConf’s main stage..

Facebook Likes Chef and Phil will share some of his experience managing Facebook’s web-tier infrastructure with Chef. Come hear about using Chef at massive scale and Facebook’s continued commitment to Open Source!

In addition to the great line-up of speakers, we’ve also started releasing more details about the Workshops that will be a part of #ChefConf 2013. Join us on April 24th for Workshops including:

  • Chef Introductory Workshop – Managing Linux
  • Chef Introductory Workshop – Managing Windows
  • Introduction to Chef for OpenStack
  • Chef Cookbook Authoring with Bento, Vagrant, and Berkshelf

Details about additional workshops will be announced soon, too.

What would you like to share at #ChefConf about your path to automation? The CFP is open until February 15th. Share you story about automating your infrastructure and the impact it’s had on your team and your business.

As if all of this isn’t enough reason to attend #ChefConf, we’ll sweeten the pot with a 10% discount that’s available for use this week only. Use promotion code LIKE-CHEF before Friday, February 8th to save 10% of your ticket for #ChefConf.

Make your plans to join us in San Francisco this April and find your path to automation.

Author Nathen Harvey

As the VP of Community Development at Chef, Nathen helps the community whip up an awesome ecosystem built around the Chef framework. Nathen also spends much of his time helping people learn about the practices, processes, and technologies that support DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Web-scale IT. Prior to joining Chef, Nathen spent a number of years managing operations and infrastructure for a number of web applications. Nathen is a co-host of the Food Fight Show, a podcast about Chef and DevOps.