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Chef is a powerful automation platform that transforms infrastructure into code.Whether you’re operating in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid environment, Chef automates how infrastructure is configured, deployed, and managed across your network, no matter its size.

Chef Devops Training Course Details

Chef Devops Introduction

Chef is a powerful automation platform that transforms infrastructure into code.

Whether you’re operating in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid environment, Chef automates how infrastructure is configured, deployed, and managed across your network, no matter its size.
Chef is a tool that was created by the guys over at OpsCode to help DevOps provision servers and manage their state.

These servers could be physical, in the cloud, or hosted in a VMware stack. They could have access to the internet or be locked behind a firewall.

No matter how you segregate your network, Chef has a solution that can work for you. The other big benefit for Chef is that it is pure Ruby.

Chef Devops Course Curriculum

• Chef Essesntials
• Introduction
• Chef resources
• Cookbooks
• chef-client
• Testing cookbooks
• Details about the system
• Desired state and data
• Workstation installation
• ChefDK
• The Chef server
• Community cookbooks
• Managing multiple nodes
• Roles
• Search
• Environments
• Further resources
• Chef Intermediate
• Chef Fundamentals/Essentials refresherBuilding custom resources
• Writing Ohai plugins
• Chef client run internals
• Implementing Chef handlers
• Cookbook style and correctness
• Foodcritic and Rubocop
• Introduction to ChefSpec
• Further Resources

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We know how hard it can be to find and keep a job when there are so many other things to worry about. Our support team is here to help break down the barriers which are blocking your road to employment.
If you are a Working Chance candidate, please don’t hesitate to ask for advice or support on any issues which are affecting your chances of finding a job.
For further information, please email jobsupport@eitcafe.com our Support and Training Manager.

Job Preparation

• Assistance with learning job seeking skills
• Resume creation
• Master application completion
• Dressing for success
• Job interview preparation

Job Development

• Assistance with completing applications online or in person
• Job development online, on foot, networking events, job fairs and established employer relationships to locate available positions in your job goal
• Job leads and information on attending hiring events
• Follow-ups on applications placed to request interviews.

What is a resource?

A resource represents a piece of infrastructure and its desired state, such as a package that should be installed, a service that should be running, or a file that should be generated.

What is a recipe?

A recipe is a collection of resources that describes a particular configuration or policy. A recipe describes everything that is required to configure part of a system. Recipes do things such as:

install and configure software components.
manage files.
deploy applications.
execute other recipes.

What happens when you don't specify a resource's action?

When you don’t specify a resource’s action, Chef applies the default action.

How does a cookbook differ from a recipe?

A recipe is a collection of resources, and typically configures a software package or some piece of infrastructure. A cookbook groups together recipes and other information in a way that is more manageable than having just recipes alone.

For example, in this lesson you used a template resource to manage your HTML home page from an external file. The recipe stated the configuration policy for your web site, and the template file contained the data. You used a cookbook to package both parts up into a single unit that you can later deploy.

How does chef-apply differ from chef-client?

chef-apply applies a single recipe; chef-client applies a cookbook.

For learning purposes, we had you start off with chef-apply because it helps you understand the basics quickly. In practice, chef-apply is useful when you want to quickly test something out. But for production purposes, you typically run chef-client to apply one or more cookbooks.

You’ll learn in the next module how to run chef-client remotely from your workstation.

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Chef is a powerful automation platform that transforms infrastructure into code.

Whether you’re operating in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid environment, Chef automates how infrastructure is configured, deployed, and managed across your network, no matter its size.
Chef is a tool that was created by the guys over at OpsCode to help DevOps provision servers and manage their state.

Duration: 45 Days

Support: 24×7

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