Chef Open Source Community: Year in Review

Throughout 2018, we published monthly community updates to summarize valuable new features & and developments in Chef’s open source projects (Chef, Habitat and InSpec) as well as ecosystem tools & content like Test Kitchen, Foodcritic, Supermarket, Habitat core plans, and InSpec profiles & plugins. For the month of December, we thought we would use the […]

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Chef Achieves CIS Certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and Microsoft Azure Foundations Benchmarks

Chef is pleased to announce that we have achieved official Center for Internet Security certification for Chef Automate and InSpec for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (Server Levels 1 and 2) and Microsoft Azure Foundations Benchmarks, Level 1. This announcement follows on the heels of our being the first vendor to be awarded official certification […]

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ChefConf CFP: Delivering Delight, Doing Change, and All the Other Interesting Stuff

ChefConf 2019 will take place May 20-23 in Seattle, Washington, and we want you to present! ChefConf is the largest community gathering and educational event for teams on the journey to becoming fast, efficient, and innovative software-driven organizations. We are proud of the role this event plays in giving community members a chance to share […]

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ChefConf CFP Track: Cloud, Microservices, and Modern Architectures

ChefConf is the largest community gathering and educational event for teams on the journey to becoming fast, efficient, and innovative software-driven organizations. In other words, you and your team! ChefConf 2019 will take place May 20-23 in Seattle, Washington, and we want you to present! The ChefConf call for presentations (CFP) is now open. We’ve […]

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Detect Kubernetes Vulnerabilities with InSpec

Earlier this week a critical security vulnerability was uncovered in the Kubernetes API server. The vulnerability, CVE-2018-1002105, uncovers an attack vector that would allow an unprivileged or unauthenticated user to escalate their privileges and run arbitrary commands with cluster-admin level access. The severity of this vulnerability is compounded by the fact that because these unauthorized […]

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Announcing Chef Automate integration with Google Cloud Security Command Center

Digital security continues to be a critical area of focus for enterprises. This should not be a surprise given the continuous drumbeat of serious security breaches in the news as hackers seek to exploit databases full of valuable customer information. At the same time, companies are also seeking to improve their time-to-market by moving applications […]

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