Now that you've had an overview of Chef, you're ready to learn about the next steps.
- [Instructor] I want to thank you…for joining me in this brief overview…of the Chef ecosystem.…In this class, we explored a lot…of the fundamental components of how Chef works.…We explored the Workstation,…interfacing with a Chef Server,…and managing nodes with a Chef Server.…We also explored the basics of what are recipes,…cookbooks, and how do we use resources inside of them.…You also saw us cover some testing,…and also how to deal with more advanced…server components in the future.…
I hope this information will be useful for you…as you begin moving forward in your exploration…of Chef in configuration management.…Going forward.…I really encourage you to practice.…Practice is definitely the only way to truly master Chef.…The best way to learn Chef is to use Chef.…So I want to give you a few places where you can practice…some of the concepts we learned in this class.…Firstly, head over to learn.chef.io.…
There are amazing tutorials on this interface…for actually practicing many of the basics…that we learn in this class.…
- Configuration management
- Using Chef
- Installing the Chef development kit (ChefDK)
- Provisioning a CentOS instance
- Using recipes and the Apache cookbook
- Working with nodes and node objects
- Using templates and embedded Ruby
- Hosting a Chef server
- Provisioning nodes with AWS
- Testing deployments with Kitchen
- Exploring the Chef Supermarket
- Resolving dependencies with Berkshelf
- Working with server roles, environments, and data bags
Skill Level Beginner
Setting up a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Serverwith Sandra Toner2h 46m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Chef
2. From Recipes to Cookbooks
3. The Chef Server
4. Going Full Scale
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