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TestKitchen, TravisCI and Racker... Oh my!

  • Sep 18, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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For September's meetup we've got two great presentations! 

TestKitchen and TravisCI

Jeff and Eric from Evertrue are going to share their insights on cookbook testing and development workflows using TestKitchen and TravisCI

Test Kitchen, combined with Berkshelf and Vagrant, offers a great way to automate the integration testing of our cookbooks locally, but what about the next step? Automating that automation (so meta) using a build tool like Travis CI can provide a way to free up your local machine’s resources and your attention to continue working while tests run elsewhere. However, wiring up your cookbooks to do integration testing using Travis isn’t as simple as it sounds. Thankfully, we’ve done the heavy lifting, and we’re here to share!


Anthony Spring is going to talk image building and testing workflows using Racker and Vagrant. It'll be a variation of a recent talk done at the Boston Vagrant Users Meetup but with more focus on Chef. 

Awesome! See you all there!

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