Chef at DevOpsDays Boston – Wrap-Up

DevOpsDays Boston continues to grow and grow at a rapid pace. Because of this, the event was hosted at the beautiful Park Plaza this year rather than the traditional Microsoft Nerd Center. Among other changes, the typical sweatshirts were ditched for Tea Party related t-shirts encouraging the dumping of “egos,” “blame,” and “silos”. The day […]

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Habitat 301: Building Habitats

In this Habitat 301 session from ChefConf 2016, Jamie Winsor, senior software engineer at Chef, discusses the design of the Habitat build service, including the use of such technologies such as ZeroMQ and protocol buffers (protobufs) — as well as Habitat itself — to build a dynamically-scalable distributed system. Help Build Habitat If you’re interested […]

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Habitat 201: Habitat in the Ecosystem

In this Habitat 201 talk from ChefConf 2016, George Miranda, product marketing manager at Chef, talks about how Habitat integrates into the rest of the ecosystem around containers and modern application management. He discusses Habitat’s integrations with Docker, rkt, Mesosphere and Kubernetes and what role Habitat plays in this world. You might also be interested […]

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Chef Unveils New Flagship Product Chef Automate

New Commercial Offering Unifies How Modern Application Teams Collaborate to Automate Software Delivery at Speed and Scale AUSTIN, TX – July 12, 2016 – From ChefConf 2016, Chef, the leader in automation for DevOps, today announced Chef Automate, its new commercial offering that gives businesses unprecedented control and collaboration across the entire software delivery process. […]

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Chef Launches Habitat, New Open Source Project to Automate Applications

After Nine Months in Stealth Development, First of Its Kind Open Source Project Packages Automation with the Application for Deployment Anywhere, from Bare Metal to Containers SEATTLE – June 14, 2016 – Chef, the leader in automation for DevOps, today announced Habitat, an open source project that introduces a new approach for application automation. Applications […]

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Habitat — a new open source project for automating applications

Today we launched our new open source project, Habitat, for application automation. We hope you’ll try Habitat and join us in taking automation to the next level. What follows is a blog from Adam Jacob detailing the philosophy behind Habitat and what this new technology delivers – automation that travels with the application. You can […]

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