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Chef Provisioning example Why provisioning? Deploying infrastructure to the cloud is something you want to automate. The ability to create machines and other infrastructure components programmatically is a powerful enabler. But to do it right, you will probably need an orchestrator. A tool that will help you manage your Infra...

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Chef and Vagrant in action - boxes on the move. At the  "Chef & Vagrant: DEVOPS perfect couple" meetup I talked about programming an infrastructure. Here are the slides:     Comments are always welcome. Have fun.

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Hi everyone ! Who moved my BOX ? - the opening / pitch presentaion for "Chef & Vagrant: DEVOPS perfect couple" meetup last Thursday. If you were there - it was good to see you, if not here is the presentaion - enjoy Thanks

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For the past ~6 monthes or so I have been working solely with chef-solo. There are quite a few helpers for solo out there such as: soloist – https://github.com/mkocher/soloist knife-solo – https://github.com/matschaffer/knife-solo & a few more. What kept annoying me for some time is I couldn’t manage databas with knife whilst working in solo...

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This Prezi was presented @: January 16th, 2013 (meetup / conversation details here) There where a few issues which I fixed & added to this prezi since the meetup. As always any comments are welcome :)   Enjoy HP

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Hi,   In continuation to a Chef Introduction session we had last week on meetup, I thought a blog post was called for in order to emphasize the process of writing a recipie. And/Or working with chef in general as a buy product of that. I will be using the basic...

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Following the Fuse day (#6) and the very poor documentation and the amount of bugs found in the Chef Solo cookbooks for the Chef OSS server, I put together a set of script which will attempt to clear all the clutter around installing a Cehf OSS server.   There is...

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Background: As part of Tikal Fuse day #6 we planned to establish a management framework for a private cloud which will be used by the build management / Dev team(s).   The “building blocks” of this solution consists of: OpenStack for the private cloud infrastructure Chef for build / dev...

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Introduction to Chef, an open source systems configuration management and integration framework. It covers why people use Chef, benefits of using it and gives an overview of how it works. Learn how Chef can help automate your system and bring you closer toinfrastructure as code bliss. (45 min    Slides available here ...

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.prezi-player { width: 550px; } .prezi-player-links { text-align: center; } A true story with a practical approach, emphasizing the milestones needed in order to shift from Continuous Integration to Continuous delivery & deployment. The presentation will cover a walk-through of methodologies & tools such as CI,CD combined with Jenkins, Jenkins...