Connect with Chef at AWS re:Invent

We’ve been gearing up for this year’s installment of AWS re:Invent, the biggest event in the AWS universe with over 60,000 attendees coming together in Las Vegas to learn about the latest and greatest innovations coming to the AWS Cloud.

Chef has a full week of activities planned at the conference–check out the summary below.

  • Chef is featured in the AWS Marketplace and Service Catalog Experience Hub at the Aria Hotel on Wednesday, November 28th. Visit our booth and see how Chef Habitat helps you migrate legacy applications to AWS and manage your hybrid workloads. You can get a deeper dive into how Chef Automate, Habitat and AWS work together in one of our two Chalk Talk sessions, at 10:30am and again at 2:45pm.
  • Before the big re:Play party, come join us for the best view on the Strip and a chance to network over cocktails. Join Chef & friends for drinks and a bite to eat at the High Roller Observation Wheel on Thursday, November 29th between 5p and 8p. The Chef team will be there along with a community of our Chef users and partners for an exciting ride on the world’s largest Ferris Wheel. Space is limited, so sign up now to save your spot!
  • Finally, Chef will have  technical teams onsite throughout the week ready to chat through your automation and IT modernization goal and how Chef Automate, AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate and Habitat can help. Reach out to awesome@chef.io if you’re interested in scheduling a private meeting with our team for strategic guidance on the key topics facing your IT and app dev teams. We’ll be sure to hook you up with some cool new laptop decorations as well.

If you will be at re:Invent, we’d love to say hello and share our latest automation tools for AWS infrastructure and applications. Oh, yeah, and we will have some awesome limited edition swag to share.

See you next week in Las Vegas!

Author Matt Carter

Matt Carter is Senior Director of Product Marketing at Chef. For 20 years Matt Carter has created end-to-end marketing and evangelism programs for companies and products in the developer and IT space, including Microsoft, Hortonworks, Shippable and TDWI. Matt is based in Seattle, WA, where he enjoys playing tennis and honing his BBQ skills. Contact Matt at mcarter@chef.io.