Topic: chef

Velocity NYC Roundup: How they tried to fix HealthCare.gov

As the New York City Velocity conference winds to a close, this year’s Web operations and performance event was highlighted by some engaging speakers and a laundry list of Web development news and releases from companies big and small. In addition, Mikey Dickerson, a former Google engineering manager who’s now a member of the tech … continue reading

Velocity NYC: Myths of enterprise control

Amid the many Web operations and performance presentations at the New York Velocity Conference, one keynote tackled the role of DevOps and developers in driving enterprise innovation. Justin Arbuckle, chief enterprise architect for IT infrastructure automation provider Chef, gave a keynote on “Myths of Control,” gleaned from his two decades of experience in large financial … continue reading

Chef 12 blends open-source, commercial versions

The software cooks at Chef today have put out the first release candidate for version 12 of the configuration-management platform. This is the first version of Chef to include rules-based controls and multi-tenancy support in both commercial and open-source versions, thus removing the distinctions between the two. Instead, Chef will now charge users with more … continue reading

The most popular open-source cloud projects of 2014

When it comes to open-source cloud projects, OpenStack is on top, according to a survey conducted by the Linux Foundation and analysis organization The New Stack. While the open-source software for building private and public clouds is only 4 years old, the results aren’t too surprising. The project has received support from leading industry giants … continue reading

Chef expands abilities around Containers

Chef Software today announced a number of improvements to the configuration management software of the same name. Top on the list of updates is the inclusion of support for Docker. Over the course of the past year, the platform has expanded its capabilities around Linux Containers, and today, Chef now supports the building and deploying … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Five ways to advance your development career

Is it time for you to find a new job? If so, here’s how you can increase you value and salary with just a shell and a book … continue reading

The new rules of configuration management

Chef, Puppet, Salt, Ansible and Bcfg2 have changed the ways CM is set up and run … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Three very different events

Burning Man, PuppetConf and VMworld: The critical point is where they’re different … continue reading

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