Chef ♥’s Windows

Here at Opscode we have the stated goal of creating “Infrastructure Automation for the Masses”. We won’t rest until Chef manages EVERYTHING! And everything includes a whole lot more than Linux servers – it also includes our brethren on the Windows platform. To that end, I wanted to give everyone a quick update on some […]

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Chef 0.10 Debian/Ubuntu Packages

We have pushed out Chef 0.10 packages for Debian and Ubuntu to our repository. The wiki contains updated instructions, but I’d like to underscore the new repository naming convention. For Chef 0.9.x we have been using the following format for the repository: [sourcecode gutter=”false”] deb http://apt.opscode.com/ lucid main [/sourcecode] The codename, lucid in this example, […]

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Opscode CEO Jesse Robbins explains how Open Source is building the Cloud at OSBC on May 16th

If you are planning on attending Computerworld’s Open Source Business Conference you won’t want to miss Jesse’s participation in the panel discussion, “Open Source Built the Web, Now It’s Helping to Build the Cloud”. Panel Description: Just as with the web, open source is one of the core foundations of cloud computing as early cloud pioneers used the […]

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