Continuous Delivery: Stop Making Exceptions

Continuous Delivery (CD) and all the other continuous things – Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Testing, Continuous Deployment – have become the new mantra of DevOps. CI/CD adoption typically starts with agile Dev teams working on new or well-funded systems. But what about the rest of the world and all of those “other” applications under-funded IT […]

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Chef Habitat Product Announcement – Builder On-Prem Enhancements that Extend Support to Airgap Environments and Simplify Set-Up  

Chef Habitat provides automation capabilities for building and delivering applications to any environment. Both operations and development teams benefit from the adoption of a consistent configuration process used across all applications.  Developers define and build a package for their application, with the dependencies needed at build time and runtime. Build packages can be exported to […]

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5 Things You Can Do with Chef InSpec Input

Chef InSpec defines security and compliance rules as executable code for testing and auditing applications and infrastructure. Chef InSpec compares the actual state of a system with the desired state that is expressed in easy-to-read and easy-to-write code. As more and more diverse technologies are deployed across data centers, hybrid, or cloud estates, validating compliance […]

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Chef Automate Product Announcement: Introducing Project-Scoped Access Control IAM v2.1 Beta

Chef Automate provides DevOps teams a dashboard for complete operational visibility across large scale or mission critical infrastructure. This comprehensive visibility allows developers, operations and security engineers to collaborate on delivering application & infrastructure changes at the speed of business. Chef Automate provides real time data across the estate with intelligent access controls ensuring the […]

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Automatically Updating Cookbooks with Cookstyle

Infrastructure code, just like your infrastructure, is in constant flux. New services need to be updated and deployed, configuration changes need to be propagated, and security vulnerabilities mitigated. There’s a never-ending stream of code changes to make and once you’ve written your infrastructure code you just want it to work. There’s no time to update […]

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