With the rise of cloud solutions like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and OpenStack creating new servers and resources on-demand can be done in a few seconds.
Nowadays the challenge is to keep up with the configuration and maintenance. Configuration Management tools like Chef, Ansible or Terraform offer the possibility to turn your infrastructure into code. To get to know more about that you can read one of the various blog posts in this section or book one of our Chef training courses.
- Deploying Openstack with Stackforge Chef-Zero Style (15 Oct 2014 | Tags: openstack, chef, vagrant, virtualbox)
- Deploying Openstack with Stackforge Chef-Server Style (15 Oct 2014 | Tags: openstack, chef, vagrant, virtualbox)
- Deploying Openstack with RDO Packstack (15 Oct 2014 | Tags: openstack, vagrant, virtualbox, rdo, packstack, puppet)
- Integration Testing Infrastructure As Code With Chef, Puppet, And KitchenCI (03 Jun 2014 | Tags: vagrant, virtualbox, chef, puppet, kitchenci, cicid, serverspec)