Chef 0.9.6 Released

Chef 0.9.6 Released Hot on the heels of 0.9.4, I’m happy to announce the release of Chef 0.9.6. Chef 0.9.6 fixes some bugs we introduced when we cleaned up our file loading code in 0.9.2, which caused `shef` to crash on start. This release also fixes an issue with the Opscode Platform where committing a […]

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New APT Repository for Chef 0.9

We are pleased to announce that the updated Debian/Ubuntu packages of Chef 0.9 have been posted to the new apt.opscode.com repository! Please be aware of the following changes in the packaging if you’re using the older 0.7 packages from Ubuntu 9.10/10.04 or the old apt.opscode.com. chef-server-slices is deprecated, and split into chef-server-api and chef-server-webui. chef-server-webui […]

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Chef 0.9.4 Released

Chef 0.9.4 Released I’m happy to announce another release of Chef. This time around, we found a backwards compatibility issue right after publishing 0.9.2, so we’re moving on up to 0.9.4. These are bugfix releases that address the issues we’ve found since releasing 0.9.0 last week. Fixed in 0.9.2: Chef’s cookbook upload implementation made assumptions […]

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Opscode Unveils Commercial Platform

Opscode Unveils Commercial Platform Opscode Platform Puts Advanced Infrastructure Automation Within Reach for Organizations of all Sizes. SEATTLE, Wash – June 21, 2010 – Opscode, Inc., a cloud infrastructure automation company, today announced the limited beta release of the Opscode Platform, the world’s first hosted configuration management service. The Opscode Platform makes the popular open-source […]

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Chef 0.9.0 and Ohai 0.5.6 Released

Chef 0.9.0 Released Today I’m very happy to announce the release of Chef 0.9.0, Ohai 0.5.6, and mixlib-config 1.1.2. Chef 0.9.0 Brings some new features, a ton of under-the-hood cleanup, and lays the foundation for some big improvements ahead on the roadmap. Improvements and New Features in Chef The biggest update is to chef-servers’s cookbook […]

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Opscode Brings on Two New Technical Evangelists

SEATTLE, WA—(Marketwire – 06/02/10) – Opscode, Inc., a cloud infrastructure automation company, today announced the appointment of two new technical evangelists: Adrian Cole, founder of jclouds.org, an open source cloud framework that enables developers to reuse their java code, and Aaron Peterson, a 14-year systems and network veteran. In their new roles, Adrian and Aaron […]

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