Managing thousands of servers in your infrastructure is extremely complex. In this course, Deploying Chef Cookbooks, you will gain the ability to automate the management of your servers using Chef Server. First, you will learn to bootstrap servers running Linux and Windows. Next, you will discover how to organize nodes using roles, environments, and policies. Additionally, you will explore how to automate the provisioning of new servers. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Chef Server needed to automate the management of your infrastructure.
Jake Watkins is a software developer and consultant with 23 years of industry experience. He focuses on the Microsoft platform, DevOps, Cloud and container technologies. He has authored several articles for magazines and presents to .net user groups.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] E everyone. My name is Jake Watkins, and welcome to my course, Deploying chef cookbooks. I'm a solution architect, A common spirit Health Chef is a popular automation platform for deploying and managing infrastructure and enterprises. In this course, we're going to go beyond just writing recipes and using test kitchen to test them. We're going to learn to work with the chef server to organize our nodes using rolls, environments and policies. We'll also look at how to use attributes to improve our recipes. Then we'll learn to bootstrap Linux and Windows notes. We'll also look at how chef clients perform runs and the sequence of events that happened during a client run. Finally, we'll look at how to set up an image to perform an unattended bootstrap for the occasions where it isn't practical to manually bootstrapping nodemon. By the end of this course, you'll be ready to automate the creation and management of your infrastructure. Using chef Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with some ruby. You should also be familiar with shell scripting using bash and PowerShell. You should also be comfortable setting up in managing Linux and Windows servers. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn chef with the deploying Chef cookbooks course at Pluralsight