Opscode Hosts 2 Day Chef Fundamentals Training September 22 & 23

Join Opscode’s Director of Training and Services, Joshua Timberman, at Opscode HQ 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 class will include lecture, labs and some […]

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Opscode Coming To Charlotte, NC

I’m excited to announce Opscode and Chef will be coming to Charlotte, NC on September 14th. Seth Chisamore, Opscode engineer, will be giving an introduction to Chef and demonstrate how to use Chef in a cloud environment at the September meeting of DevOps CLT.  This promises to be a great opportunity to hear about Chef from the source and […]

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Opscode CEO Jesse Robbins explains how Open Source is building the Cloud at OSBC on May 16th

If you are planning on attending Computerworld’s Open Source Business Conference you won’t want to miss Jesse’s participation in the panel discussion, “Open Source Built the Web, Now It’s Helping to Build the Cloud”. Panel Description: Just as with the web, open source is one of the core foundations of cloud computing as early cloud pioneers used the […]

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Jaspersoft & Full360 – Cloud Business Intelligence with the Opscode Platform

Next Wednesday April 27th at 10am PT, Jaspersoft and Full360 will be demonstrating elasticBI, Full360’s powerful and integrated business intelligence suite.  ElasticBI features Jaspersoft’s BI offering running on a Vertica database.  It is delivered on AWS and and built using Chef and the Opscode Platform. Details are as follows: Date: Wednesday April 27th Time: 10am […]

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Boulder Chef Hack Day

Following the success of our recent Chef Hack Day in Austin, Texas, on Saturday April 30 we will have the first Denver/Boulder area hack day! Opscode will be in attendance with members of the developer and services teams. What: Spend a Saturday hacking on Chef itself, or on your cookbooks. The idea behind the hack […]

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