Webinar: Electric Cloud and Opscode Chef – The PB&J of DevOps

Last month at the Electric Cloud user summit, Opscode and Electric Cloud jointly demonstrated an integration between Chef and Electric Deploy. One month later, we have been very pleased with the initial feedback and are ready to publicly showcase the fruits of our labors. Please join us next Thursday November 29th at 10am PT for […]

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Opscode & Electric Cloud Showcase End to End DevOps Automation

Today at the Electric Cloud Summit, Opscode is very excited to be announcing a collaboration with Electric Cloud around enterprise DevOps. In Electric Cloud, we not only see a company with an impressive user community and complementary technology, but an enthusiastic commitment to software delivery that rivals our own. For end users, the result of […]

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Opscode Joins Google Cloud Platform Partner Program

Opscode Joins Google Cloud Platform Partner Program July 24, 2012 — Opscode today announced it has joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a Technology Partner.  Opscode’s Chef is the configuration and automation framework used by thousands of leading web companies and enterprises. With the Chef plugin for Google Compute Engine, Opscode customers can […]

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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 Support for Citrix CloudStack 3

Our friends at Citrix & the CloudStack.org open source community have just released CloudStack 3.  This a significant update to the CloudStack platform, which adds support for NetScaler loadbalancers & integration with the OpenStack Swift storage system. I’m excited every time I see a a network devices get better APIs, so I think the NetScaler support is […]

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