Ohai 0.6.0 Released!

It’s been a long time coming, so we are pleased to announce that Ohai 0.6.0 is released, including more than 40 bug fixes and improvements. Before getting into the details, I’d like to congratulate this release’s MVP, Kurt Yoder. Kurt really got our Solaris support into shape this release, adding smbios, filesystem, and virtualization support, […]

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Boulder Chef Hack Day

Following the success of our recent Chef Hack Day in Austin, Texas, on Saturday April 30 we will have the first Denver/Boulder area hack day! Opscode will be in attendance with members of the developer and services teams. What: Spend a Saturday hacking on Chef itself, or on your cookbooks. The idea behind the hack […]

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Update on Promotional Pricing

Chefs, As companies – large and small – move to the cloud, they are quickly experiencing major challenges using legacy tools to configure and manage these highly scaled and dynamic infrastructures.  As a result, they are turning, in great numbers, to Opscode. Since launching the Opscode Platform in June of last year, we’ve been fortunate […]

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Cloudspace Blog: Setting up development environments using Vagrant and the Opscode Platform

From our friends at Cloudspace, a great blog post on using the Opscode Platform and Vagrant to efficiently set up development environments. If you’re a developer that wants to be able to test without having to deploy to a remote server, or if you work with different projects that have different configurations, check out the Cloudspace Screencast on how […]

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