The ChefDK on Windows Survival Guide

Intro The ChefDK is intended to “contain everything you need to start using Chef” and greatly ease the Developer Workstation setup process. Despite the apparent similarities to the Chef Omnibus package, ChefDK users have found a number of issues and inconsistencies, particularly on Windows. The purpose of this article is to provide users with a […]

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Release: Enterprise Chef 11.2.1

Enterprise Chef 11.2.1 is a critical bug-fix release for customers who installed Enterprise Chef 11.2.0. It corrects a single defect experienced by customers who upgraded from earlier releases. Bug Fixes: Fixes an issue where private-chef was being changed to private\_chef unexectedly in upstart/runit configuration files Notes: If you upgrade from an earlier release of EC, your servers may now […]

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Release: Enterprise Chef 11.2.0 and Chef Analytics 1.0.1

We are pleased to announce the release of the Enterprise Chef 11.2.0 server and Chef Analytics 1.0.1. Enterprise Chef 11.2.0 What’s New oc-id Adds the Chef Identity Service. This enables Supermaket and Analytics authentication against the Enterprise Chef Server. For more information on configuring oc-id and Supermarket, see this article: Getting Started with oc-id and Supermarket Analytics Support […]

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Getting Started with oc-id and Supermarket

Enterprise Chef 11.2.0 includes oc-id, the OAuth2 service that powers id.opscode.com.   After upgrading to this release, Chef customers can run their own Supermarket service behind a firewall. oc-id setup: 1: Add the following setting to your /etc/opscode/private-chef.rb configuration file and then run ‘private-chef-ctl reconfigure’: oc\_id[‘administrators’] = [“boiardie”] This must be an Array of Enterprise Chef […]

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