News from blog.chef.io
With Chef Automate for Applications, our enterprise Habitat offering that is now available, you have a live connection to this library of packages and the automated builder service, meaning any time there is an upstream change, you immediately benefit from those updates, and dependencies across...
The end-of-life date for support of the DRBD (Distributed Replicated Block Device) High Availability feature of Chef Server will be March 31, 2019.
InSpec compliance profiles for Azure’s CIS Benchmark and Azure Cloud Scanner in Chef Automate 2.0 - Chef Blog
InSpec compliance profiles for Azure gives users the ability to automate compliance audits for all application environments directly from Azure Cloud Shell, using compliance profiles for Azure’s CIS Benchmark in Chef Automate 2.
We are pleased to announce the results from Chef’s 2018 State of Applications Survey. Here are some highlights from the survey data. You can download our poster-sized infographic that summarizes the high points from the survey.
Chef Community Summit in London
The Chef Community Summit is an event where Chef Inc. brings all its’ users and contributors together. In 2018 it took place in Seattle and London. Attendees have the opportunity to learn more about Chef, share their experiences and network. Edmund Haselwanter, CEO of Infralovers GmbH, invited...
News from habitat.sh
A little over one year ago, Christopher Maier presented the ability to create composite packages, a special kind of Habitat package that includes other Habitat packages in order to be managed by a single Supervisor. The Habitat community had been finding all sorts of creative ways to use Habitat to...
We are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.66.0. If you just want the binaries, head on over to Install Habitat.