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Habitat 101: An Introduction to Habitat - July 13, 2016

Habitat is an open-source framework that gives modern application teams an application-centric automation platform. Build, deploy, and manage modern and legacy applications with Habitat. In this talk we will explore: Introduction to Habitat The problems Habitat solves Getting started with Habitat Plans Using Habitat in your Chef workflow

Habitat - a new open source project for automating applications - Chef Blog

Today we launched our new open source project, Habitat, for application automation. We hope you'll try Habitat and join us in taking automation to the next level. What follows is a blog from Adam Jacob detailing the philosophy behind Habitat and what this new technology delivers - automation that travels with the application.

Why Habitat? - Plans and Packages, Part 2 - Chef Blog

Wow, a 2000 word blog post. TL;DR Habitat is a better way to package apps, and creates better containers. Walk through the Habitat tutorial here . In part 1 of this blog post series, we talked about how Habitat approaches the problem of Application Packaging.

What Can You Do With Habitat Today? - Chef Blog

What if you could build software once and run it (almost) anywhere? Whether on a bare metal server, a virtual machine, or in a container? What if you could move a legacy application into the cloud without rewriting it? What if you could empower your applications to recover from failure on their own - without the need for a central coordinator?

Habitat and Windows - Chef Blog

At the February Seattle Chef Meetup, I gave a presentation about the current state of Habitat on Windows. I showed the beginnings of a Habitat toolset with build plans that specifically target Windows applications. These plans include PowerShell Core, Visual Studio Build Tools, 7-Zip, WIX, .Net Core and Visual C++ redistributable binaries.

Chef Habitat For Packaging Python Flask Web Services

One of the challenges of building open source tools is figuring out how to package and distribute them. This is particularly true with web services. To make building, deploying, and running web services easier, Chef created Habitat.

Habitat 101: An Introduction to Habitat - July 13, 2016

Habitat is an open-source framework that gives modern application teams an application-centric automation platform. Build, deploy, and manage modern and legacy applications with Habitat. In this talk we will explore: Introduction to Habitat The problems Habitat solves Getting started with Habitat Plans Using Habitat in your Chef workflow

Testing chef cookbooks with GitLab CI · Artem Sidorenko

Test Kitchen is a common tool for integration testing of Chef cookbooks. Usually a combination of Vagrant& VirtualBox is used to bring up the VMs. This works well for local development setups, but what about Continuous Integration environments?