In this course, he shows you how to use Chef to fully automate the configuration of a fleet of Linux and/or macOS development machines and how to validate the configuration 'test first' with InSpec. Designed for learners with basic command line interface skills who are new to Chef, the infrastructure automation skills acquired in this course. May 30, 2018 #ChefConf #cheffriends I can’t talk about community without mentioning the strong Linux Academy presence here at ChefConf. Chef Training If you’re interested in learning Chef and/or getting Certified, we are a Certified Training Partner. We have a dedicated learning path (see below) to help you get on track, as well as future plans for Chef. The Learn Chef curriculum is designed by learning professionals to help you learn about Chef and DevOps and quickly apply your skills. All of the courses are optimized for self-paced learning, so the knowledge you need is at your fingertips when you need it.
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Chef is a configuration management technology developed by Opscode to manage infrastructure on physical or virtual machines. It is an open source developed using Ruby, which helps in managing complex infrastructure on the fly. This tutorial provides a basic understanding of the infrastructure and fundamental concepts of managing an infrastructure using Chef.
This tutorial has been prepared for those who want to understand the features and functionality of Chef and how Chef can help in reducing the complexity of managing an infrastructure.
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After completing this tutorial one would have moderate level understanding of Chef and its key building blocks. It will also give a fair idea on how to configure Chef in a preconfigured infrastructure and how to use it.
We assume anyone who wants to learn Chef should have an understanding of system administration, infrastructure and network protocol communication. To automate the infrastructure provisioning, one should have a command over basic Ruby script writing and the underlying system where one wants to use Chef.
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