Tuesday, April 14, 2015

UsingChef Issue 38 [feedly]

UsingChef Issue 38
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Using Chef Issue 38

ChefConf 2015 is in the books and videos and slides are starting to come out. The biggest announcement from Chef this year was Chef Delivery, a pipeline CI/CD tool that allows you to define your pipelines in a ruby DSL. Invite only for now.


ChefConf 2015 Videos
Videos from ChefConf 2015 are already showing up on Chefs YouTube channel, tons of great content. I'll be sharing my favorites over the next few weeks as I comb through them.
via Chef @chef

Orchestrating multi node Windows tests in Test-Kitchen Beta!
Another announcement from ChefConf was test-kitchen Windows merge in and soon to be released support. Matt Wrock gives a overview of the new features.
via Matt Wrock @mattwrock

Chef Audit Mode: CIS Benchmarks
Interesting use of chefs audit mode to check for security compliance.
via Overheard By @jtimberman

[Util] fixie - Low level manipulation tool for Chef Server 12 and later.
fixie is a tool that provides a way to debug and fix low level problems with chef server, especially those surrounding ACLs and groups.
via Chef @chef

ChefConf 2015 Cookbook survey
Take the survey and provide some feedback to Chef on the state of community cookbooks and how you use them.
via Chef @chef

Batali - Light weight cookbook dependency and constraint solver
Batali is a Chef cookbook solver, similar to Librarian or Berkshelf, with no specific workflow requirements.
via Heavy Water Ops @heavywaterops

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