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Attendee prerequisites for this tutorial are listed below.
Infrastructure is code. The separation between how you manage infrastructure and applications is disappearing.
System administrators love Chef because it gives them flexibility to integrate all aspects of their infrastructure such as monitoring and trending tools with applications. Software developers love Chef because it helps them take care of the muck so they can focus on writing great applications.
This tutorial will cover:
This tutorial has certain workstation requirements and pre-requisites, including software installations required prior to attending. Click HERE for more information.
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Joshua Timberman has over 10 years experience in Linux and Unix system administration. His background includes deploying highly available enterprise application environments and providing internal infrastructure services and team-based training. Joshua currently works for Opscode as a technical program manager, where he is responsible for Opscode’s open source Chef cookbooks and Chef Fundamentals training course materials.
Aaron Peterson is a seasoned systems and networking engineer and tech evangelist for Opscode, the makers of Chef. He has wielded
real-time command-line kung fu to tens of thousands of servers at once
and automated global production infrastructure at Amazon.com. He is
excited about information design and visualization, scale, and analysis.
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