Cultivating a DevOps Community: Take Part in ChefConf 2017

Chef is a company rooted in open source, so community matters a great deal to us. As DevOps goes mainstream, it’s important to ensure we building a strong, inclusive, and diverse community. Just as DevOps is about breaking down silos between teams, we need to break down the silos between companies to truly see its […]

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The ChefConf 2017 Call for Presentations is Open!

ChefConf 2017 takes place May 22-24, in beautiful Austin, TX, and we want you to present! The ChefConf 2017 call for presentations is now open. We’re excited to hear all the ways you’re using Chef to automate your infrastructure, compliance policies, and applications. Tell us about the successes and pitfalls you’ve encountered along the way. Share […]

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Breaking Technology Silos at the NFL with Chef

Today kicks off the 97th season of the National Football League (NFL). In that spirit, we’d like to give a shout out to our friend Sean Walberg who works on the infrastructure team there. At this year’s ChefConf, Sean told the story of breaking technology silos at the NFL with Chef. In the recording below, you’ll hear Sean talk about how they were able transform […]

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Building Modern Cloud Applications on Azure

At ChefConf 2016, Boris Scholl, Principal PM for Azure, presented, “Building Modern Cloud Applications on Azure.” Watch the recorded session below to hear why Microsoft is betting on open source in the cloud, how they enable, integrate, release and contribute to it, and why it’s important for your DevOps practices, wherever you are in your journey. In his own […]

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Speed AND Safety: No Longer at Odds

Today in IT, the need to maintain security and governance is often at odds with the imperative to move quickly. At this year’s ChefConf, compliance and security were topics of much discussion among presenters and attendees alike. Enterprise IT teams are adopting a new way to deliver experiences for customers safely and quickly: by expressing […]

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