Release: Chef Client 11.12.0 & 10.32.2

Ohai folks, Today we’ve released Chef Client 11.12.0 & 10.32.2 with new releases of ohai and mixlib-shellout. Due to a tagging mishap we have skipped 10.32.0. Chef Client 11.12.0 includes ohai 7.0.0 and mixlib-shellout 1.4.0. Chef Client 10.32.2 includes ohai 6.22.0. Important: These releases remediate the recently published OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability (more info here). We […]

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OpenSSL Heartbleed Security Update

Good day Chefs! As some of you may know, CVE-2014-0160 (“Heartbleed”) announced a vulnerability in certain versions of OpenSSL. Chef uses OpenSSL in its platforms (both hosted and on premise). We take the security of our software and your data very seriously. The team immediately began investigating the level of potential risk in Chef, and […]

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4/2/2014 Management Console Impact

During the deploy of Chef Manage, there was a brief period where redirection was not behaving properly and visitors were presented with an invalid SSL certificate. This happened because some configuration changes were not adequately tested or applied in all the correct environments as we had planned. The SSL errors originated from a misunderstanding of […]

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Release Candidates: Chef Client 11.12.0 & 10.32.0

Ohai chefs, Today we’ve shipped release candidates for Chef Client 11.12.0 & 10.32.0. These two releases also include release candidates for ohai & mixlib-shellout. Chef Client 11.12.0 RC1 includes: ohai 7.0.0 RC2 mixlib-shellout 1.4.0 RC1 Chef Client 10.32.0 RC1 includes: ohai 6.22.0.rc.0 RC0 Release Notes Information about our releases now live on Github: Chef Client […]

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Chef Metal 0.2 Release

Introducing Chef Metal 0.2! Chef Metal is a framework that lets you manage your clusters with Chef the same way you manage machines: with recipes. Combined with the power of Chef, Metal’s machine resource helps you to describe, version, deploy and manage everything from simple to complex clusters with a common set of tools. To […]

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2/12/2014 API Impact

We experienced a brief outage yesterday, and we are sorry about the inconvenience. We know how frustrating it can be when a chef-client cannot connect to the server.At 00:12 UTC the firewall configuration was modified to use TCP for syslog to keep syslog messages from being dropped/lost over UDP. The firewall almost immediately began dropping […]

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