Chef Open Source Community News – January 2018

Chef has always been built atop a very strong open-source community. However, we’ve heard from many of you that it’s hard to find news about new features being developed in our open-source projects. Thus, we are starting 2018 off by trying something new, which is to summarize open source developments in Chef, Habitat, InSpec, and […]

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Top 10 Chef Blog Posts of 2017

In 2017, we published more than 200 blog posts, highlighting major releases and announcements, partnerships and integrations, skill-building and how to articles, and more. Here are the top ten most viewed posts of 2017. Ten InSpec launches support for cloud platform assessments Nine The DevOps Engineer is an Optical Illusion Eight Migrating your Chef Server with knife-ec-backup […]

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ChefConf 2018 CFP: Application Automation Track

ChefConf is the largest Chef 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 2018 will take place May 22-25 in Chicago, Illinois and we want you to present! The ChefConf call for presenters (CFP) is now open. […]

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Application Automation with Habitat and Kubernetes

Habitat, Chef’s next generation application automation framework, provides a powerful suite of integrated capabilities in service of seamlessly and continuously building, deploying, and running your application and the services that need to run to support and scale your application across a distributed infrastructure. With Kubecon kicking off today in Austin, we are super excited to […]

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Habitat container publishing to Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)

Habitat Builder now supports publishing containers to Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)! Habitat Builder enables users to programmatically build, export, and publish their applications and services to container registries. Users of Habitat Builder can deliver both legacy and greenfield applications in an atomic, immutable, isolated artifact that is automatically rebuilt as upstream dependencies, libraries, and […]

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