Chef 0.8.2 Release

Ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of the entire Chef community, I’m proud to announce the release of Chef 0.8.2. This release marks a major milestone for Chef – we’ve re-factored the Chef Server to support a more robust authentication mechanism, have a completed REST API, made Search a robust and integral feature, added Data Bags, […]

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Ohai 0.4.0 Release

Welcome to Ohai version 0.4.0! Your MVPs for this release are Mark Giammarco for adding SuSE support, and Jan Zimmek for adding ArchLinux support. Thanks, guys! In addition, this version fixes a compatibility issue with the latest version of the JSON gem. Also in this release: greenmoss added a fix for detecting the MAC address […]

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Opscode Announces John Willis as New Vice President of Training & Services

30-Year Systems Management Luminary to Lead Services Division of Fast Growing Infrastructure Automation Start-Up SEATTLE, WA—(Marketwire – February 3, 2010) – Opscode, Inc., a cloud infrastructure automation company, today announced the appointment of John Willis as the company’s new Vice President of Training & Services. In this capacity, Willis will be responsible for leading the […]

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Adam Jacob and John Willis to attend first Opscamp in Austin

The cloud has lowered the barrier to entry for businesses to own a data center; however, it has not decreased the complexity of managing applications and data center operations. OpsCamp is about exploring the opportunity to intersect ideas like agile development, continuous deployment, and data center operations to promote the rise of a new movement […]

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Chef Cooks In Atlanta

The week of February 8th Opscode will be having some fun in Atlanta. Josh Timberman @jtimberman, one of the Opscode senior engineers, will be in Atalanta to do some work with Chef community in Atlanta. Here are some of the highlights for that week. Chef “Bootcamp Workshop” Sprint Ignition Alley, Monday February 8th – 10th […]

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Happy Birthday Chef!

One year ago today, Chef saw its first public release . Since then, we’ve seen our community grow from a handful of people to one of the most vibrant open source communities around: 100 people have signed the Opscode Contributor License Agreements 52 different people (5 of whom work for Opscode) have committed to the […]

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