Chef 0.7.0 Release

Chef 0.7.0 is hot off the presses, and it brings several great new features along with the traditional heap of improvements and bug fixes. This is a big release, and the first since we released Chef back in January that hasn’t been backwards compatible. Take a second and let that soak in – when you […]

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Chef 0.6.2 Release

We had a slight bug sneak in to the 0.6.0 release: new installations were not properly running the chef-client. We’re shipping 0.6.2 right now to fix that bug, rather than in a few weeks. Thanks to Edd Dumbill and our own Joshua Timberman for being on the ball this morning (and helping test the fix.) […]

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Chef 0.6.0 Release

Hello! How are my favorite cooks? Its been a while since our last release (around twice as long as we prefer, actually,) but we make up for our tardiness with a whole heap of fabulous for you. We begin, as always, with the MVP award. It was a tight race: Chef 0.5.4 MVP Arjuna Christensen […]

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Opscode Announces $2.5 Million in Series A Round

OPSCODE ANNOUNCES $2.5 MILLION IN SERIES A ROUND Draper Fisher Jurvetson Leads Round in Infrastructure Automation Start-up Founded by Former Amazon.com Operations and Cloud Computing Experts SEATTLE, Wash – April 24, 2009 – Opscode, Inc., a cloud infrastructure automation company, today announced that it has closed its Series A round of $2.5 million led by […]

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Chef Cookbook for Rsyslog

Log management is an area of operations that is often sorely lacking. For Linux/Unix systems, log management is much easier with a centralized syslog server. Yet many organizations don't set one up. Oft-cited reasons are that Unix syslog is unreliable, insecure, or difficult to set up properly. However, some Linux distributions are starting to replace […]

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