Message Bus Takes Email to the Cloud with Opscode

More customer goodness today: Our friends at Message Bus, pioneers in cloud-based infrastructure for email, mobile and social messaging, are using Opscode Hosted Chef™ to automate configuration, environment and application management across the multiple cloud IaaS providers powering the company’s innovative service. What is Message Bus’s service exactly? Well, in short, the Message Bus Global […]

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Splunk revs up new SaaS platform w/Hosted Chef

Many of you in our community likely know Splunk, the innovative big data company that enables enterprise companies to collect, analyze and harness the power of their machine data. What you may not know is Splunk now offers a SaaS product designed specifically for the cloud. Splunk Storm offers the benefits of Splunk software as […]

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Rule the Cloud – Now w/Google, too.

Brass Tacks: With our announcement today of integration with Google Compute Engine, yesterday’s news on “Chef for OpenStack”, and previous integration news with Azure and HP Cloud, Opscode Chef is now playing a central role in the best practices for building, deploying and managing public and private clouds across the entire waterfront of cloud providers. […]

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Chef 0.9 EOL

As of June 11, 2012, we are officially ending support for the 0.9 series of Chef and we are encouraging all Chef 0.9 users to upgrade to Chef 0.10. Chef 0.10.0 was released on May 2, 2011. At the time, we planned to support Chef 0.9 for an additional three to six months. I’m very […]

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Announcing Mitch Hill as new CEO of Opscode & Jesse Robbins’ role as Chief Community Officer

Some history… In June of 2008, Adam Jacob, Barry Steinglass, Nathan Haneysmith, and I set out to (as Nathan put it) “Bring Infrastructure Automation to the Masses”.  We were building what we believed could become the central configuration utility for the world’s infrastructure.  Adam created Chef while we were still a consultancy called HJK Solutions, […]

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