Accelerating time to productivity with Chef Automate using OpsWorks for Chef Automate
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At ChefConf 2018 in Chicago last month Arun Gupta, AWS Principal Open Source Technologist, showcased how you can check for compliance of worker nodes in a Kubernetes cluster using OpsWorks for Chef Automate (OWCA). As part of the conference, AWS open sourced the code used; Give it a try! you can download the code here.
Building on our commitment to customers, we are excited to bring a set of specific AWS DevDay trainings in Berlin (June 12th, 2018), London (June 19th, 2018), Irvine, CA (June 27th, 2018) and NewYork City (July 26th, 2018). AWS and Chef technical experts will deliver these free, full-day, technical training events, wherein developers will learn how to detect potential security and compliance issues in AWS environments, and how to quickly and efficiently remediate these issues. At the London training, we are delighted to be joined by our partner Contino, an industry leading transformational technical consultancy. Contino will share best practices from their experience in helping large enterprises adopt DevOps and Cloud.
Chef Automate, encompasses Chef's open source engines InSpec, Chef, and Habitat, giving you the tools to detect, correct, and continuously automate your way to delivering software at the speed of business. Building upon these open source tools, Chef Automate provides built-in compliance assets and real-time data across your estate.
AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate provides a fully managed Chef Automate installation that enables customers to realize value from their Chef deployments on AWS quickly, by provisioning the Chef Automate environment and offloading the overheads involved in running and maintaining their Chef Automate (and Chef Server) deployments to AWS.
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