Chef Training

Chef is a configuration maintain tool for IT professionals, it’s an automation platform. No matter, Whether you have five or five thousand servers, Chef lets you manage them all by turning infrastructure into code. Chef can run on both client/server mode, or in a standalone configuration named “chef-solo”. It’s a major configuration management systems on Linux, along with CFEngine, Ansible, and Puppet.

Course Content :

  • High level overview of Chef, Recipes, Cookbooks, Runlists, Roles, Search
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Standalone Chef/ chef-solo
  • Public Chef : client/server
  • Hosted Chef/Multi Tenant Chef
  • Workstation Setup
  • Knife Client
  • Test Node/Client Setup
  • Convergence
  • Node Object
  • Cookbooks, Recipes Resources
  • Packages, Cookbook Files, Services
  • Run list
  • Cookbook Attributes
  • ERB Templates
  • Cookbook Dependencies
  • Data Bags
  • Attribute Precedence
  • Cookbook Metadata
  • Execute Resource

Chef for System Administrators Benefits

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • Comprehend Workstation and Node Setup
  • Dissect your first Chef run
  • Comprehend the Node object
  • Comprehend Chef Resources and Recipes
  • Comprehend Attributes, Templates, and Cookbook Dependencies
  • Comprehend Template Variables, Notifications, and Controlling Idempotency
  • Comprehend Recipe Inclusion, Search Roles, and Data Bags
  • Comprehend about Environments
  • Use Community Cookbooks


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