Bay Area Erlang Factory 2012

Opscode loves Erlang and we’re not afraid to show it! Myself and several Opscode engineers will be attending Erlang Factory to talk about Erlang, distributed systems, web programming, and just hang out with the generally awesome Erlang community. Seth Falcon, Development Lead of the Opscode East Engineering team, will discuss porting Chef’s REST API to […]

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Opscode to Sponsor the Enterprise Cloud Summit & Exhibit at the InterOp Technology Expo

Opscode is pleased to announce we will be sponsoring the Enterprise Cloud Summit & exhibiting during the InterOp Expo at the Javits Center in New York City.  Our Senior Technical Evangelist, Sean O’Meara, will take the stage during the Summit (October 3rd @ 4:10) to provide attendees with a quick introduction to Chef.  Sean will also be […]

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Opscode Hosts 3-Day Chef Fundamentals Training Oct. 24-26 in Austin, TX

Join Opscode Senior Technical Evangelist, Matt Ray in Austin for a three-day comprehensive class covering the architecture of Chef and all of the underlying components. This includes: Creating Chef repositories, creating cookbooks and advanced tips & tricks with the of the Knife command line utility. This class will include lecture, labs and some comprehensive case studies. […]

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Opscode Hosts 2-Day Chef Fundamentals Training in NY, October 13 & 14

Join Opscode’s Director of Training and Services, Joshua Timberman, and Opscode Senior Technical Evangelist, Sean O’Meara in New York for a two-day comprehensive class covering the architecture of Chef and all of the underlying components. This includes: Creating Chef repositories, creating cookbooks and advanced tips & tricks with the of the Knife command line utility. This […]

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Bio-IT World and Cycle Computing’s New ‘Grill’ Plug-In for Opscode’s Chef

We just returned from an extremely successful foray into Bio-IT World’s Cloud Computing Conference in La Jolla, Calif., where we were honored to present some of Opscode’s contributions to the world of cloud computing. The most exciting news was Cycle Computing’s announcement of the successful deployment of a 30,000-node cluster in the cloud, the first […]

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