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Deploy Applications with HPE OneSphere and Chef Automate - Chef Blog

You can take advantage of the integration between HPE OneSphere and Habitat to easily create deployments that can be managed by Chef Automate server.

Chef and Microsoft Azure e-guide to infrastructure as code - Chef Blog

This e-guide provides examples of how Chef and Azure deliver a platform and the computing power to continuously automate infrastructure, applications, and compliance.

Chef Workstation - How We Made that Demo - Chef Blog

Get a guided tour of a Chef Workstation use case based on the live demonstration from our Product Vision & Announcements keynote at ChefConf 2018. We've included the code from this demo in the chef-workstation repository so you can easily follow along with this blog post.

Automating Cloud Compliance with AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate - Chef Blog

AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate makes it easier than ever to get started with your own Chef Automate server, with push-button installation and AWS-managed backups and updates. See how easy it is to get started quickly with OpsWorks for Chef Automate.

Chef and AWS

Updating chef-client on AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate nodes | Amazon Web Services

Throughout the life of your AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate environments there will be numerous updates and changes to one of the most crucial components – the chef-client. How can you ensure that you have the most up-to-date version of chef-client running on your OpsWorks for Chef Automate...

Perform continuous cookbook integration testing and delivery for AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate | Amazon Web Services

Any Chef server should be a hub of tested and trusted cookbooks that can be added to node run lists easily. However, the testing and delivery of cookbooks to the server itself can be an arduous task. To simplify and expedite this necessary process, we’ve leveraged AWS technologies to create a...

Habitat

Habitat, Google Container Registry (GCR) and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)

This short post will explore how we can use Habitat and Google Container Registry to deploy a managed container to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) with Habitat Operator already installed.

Habitat and Kubernetes - How We Made that Demo - Chef Blog

Habitat and Kubernetes is an incredible integration. To demonstrate this, we showcased the Habitat National Parks Demo at ChefConf 2018. Watch the demo and learn how we made this happen.

Guest Post: Announcing New Jenkins Plugin to Manage Habitat Packages - Chef Blog

The new plugin allows users to access and manage Habitat packages and their lifecycles from Jenkins. It was designed to unify existing infrastructure under one modern and scalable platform and provide new value to DevOps teams.

Microsoft’s Jeremy Winter at ChefConf: Stagnation is more dangerous than change - Chef Blog

Learn about the new integration of Habitat with the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and how InSpec, which is now natively available though the Azure Cloud Shell, can be invoked directly from the Azure Portal.