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put the dev into ops (chef/vagrant)

An overview of the community edition of Chef by OpsCode and creating loval environments with it(15-45 minutes). Following discussion on how we(and you) go about making deploying updates an easy and seamless operation, at least as seamless as organization processes allow.

If anyone has used Puppet I'd love for input from them in how it compares/contrasts to Chef.

Any other deployment tools would also be open for discussion. Capistrano, Fabric, PSake are a few I'm familiar with that come to mind. (ruby, python, and powershell automation tools)

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  • Miles R.

    Unfortunately, we have family coming into town tomorrow, so I won't be able to make it after all. Will the slides be published anywhere?

    July 15, 2013

  • Jackson M.

    Bummer... Can't make it that day

    June 19, 2013

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