Chef automates your infrastructure by defining it as code, allowing you to quickly provision, manage, scale and adapt your infrastructure. The infrastructure code can be treated in the same way as your application code, becoming versionable, human-readable, reusable and testable. Chef can be used to manage servers in the cloud, on-premises or in a hybrid environment. You can choose to use the hosted Chef server or host it yourself. The Chef Automate platform provides additional compliance, workflow and visibility features along with 24/7 support.
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8 July 2018
In May, I attended the Chef Conference (‘ChefConf’) in Chicago during which there were exciting announcements describing how Chef is focusing on more than just infrastructure and compliance and bringing automation to applications and the entire software delivery lifecycle. More
3 April 2018
So, here we were, at one of the bigger financial corporations in New Zealand, working on an elaborate infrastructure built on Docker containers. It had configurations, SSL certificates, DNS entries and all the other condiments required to spice up a tasty infrastructure curry. Read more
3 April 2018
Today we’re thrilled to announce the release of Chef 14, the fastest and easiest to use Chef version yet. With nearly 30 new resources added since Chef 13, you can quickly get started using Chef for all of your infrastructure automation tasks immediately. Read report
13 June 2017
The annual ChefConf was held in Austin, USA from 22-24 May and, along with fantastic tech presentations, keynotes and workshops, Chef announced a slew of new updates including the following…
The Chef Automate package, built on the company’s widely used open source, self-named IT automation software, now includes capabilities for security and compliance checking, as well as the ability to further automate the process of assembling and updating container-based applications. Read more