“Habitatize Yourself” a Ruby Web Application in Habitat

Editor Note: “Habitatize Yourself” a Ruby Web Application is a YouTube series hosted by Franklin Webber. This series takes you from idea to Habitat-packaged Ruby application in a lunch break. Watch, learn and code along with him and see how Habitat makes building, deploying, and managing modern applications delightful. I made two attempts at learning Habitat […]

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Learning Habitat with the Chef Training Team

Habitat is an open-source project by Chef that moves an application’s configuration, management, and behavior to the application itself, not the infrastructure that the application runs on. Habitat provides simple and consistent ways to deploy and manage cloud-native applications. In addition to the awesome tutorials on www.habitat.sh, the Chef training team is pleased to announce […]

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I did the tutorial, now what? Getting started with Chef on real infrastructure

After taking Chef Essentials or spending time on learn.chef.io, you might still feel there’s a gulf between what you’ve learned and the details of automating your real-world infrastructure. In this article, I’ll outline some common starting points for writing your own Chef recipes, and point you to frequently-used tools and reference resources. What should you […]

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