Learn the core capabilities of Chef using Packt’s new ebook

March 2013 | Architecture and Analysis, Open Source

Instant Chef Starter is a new book from Packt that helps readers set up their very own Chef server for managing their infrastructure. Readers can scale and manage their infrastructure from a handful of servers to hundreds of them using this ebook.

About the author:
John Ewart is a systems architect, software developer and lecturer, teaching computer science topics including Java, data structures and algorithms, operating systems fundamentals, UNIX and Linux systems administration and web application development at a variety of institutions. He also maintains and contributes to a number of open source projects.

Instant Chef Starter will guide readers to install, configure, and use the set of tools provided by Chef. The book will also cover developing recipes for use with Chef to install software and maintain configurations so managing dozens of servers become easy.

Through this book readers will discover existing templates for managing software packages and operating systems and then learn to write on their own. Readers will also learn to apply operations, execute scripts, and manage configurations across an entire network with only one command.

Developers and system administrators looking for ways to better manage complex infrastructures in a consistent fashion will find this book to be an influential read. For more information, please visit the book page at http://www.packtpub.com/chef-starter/book


Instant Chef Starter
Learn the core capabilities of Chef and how it integrates with your infrastructure

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/chef-starter/book

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