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First Steps with Chef - A Recipe for Infrastructure as Code

First Steps with Chef - A Recipe for Infrastructure as Code
First Steps with Chef - A Recipe for Infrastructure as Code
Video: .mp4 (1280x720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | Size: 515 MB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 1 hours | Language: English





What you'll learn
Automate daily repetitive tasks in your environment with Chef
Setup Chef on Cloud environments like AWS
Get comfortable with Chef language
Use Chef Console to manage Automation
Requirements
Basic System Administration
Home Lab with VirtualBox (Optional)
Descrion
How does expressing Infrastructure as Code with Chef accelerate building, deploying, and managing infrastructure? This course will focus on executing Chef code with the chef-client and introduces the DSL for writing recipes and cookbooks.
DevOps practitioners and systems administrators interested in learning how to automate configuration tasks with Chef

What is so special about THIS course?
Lectures backed by animated slides makes it simple and easy to understand. This is the only course that is hands on and coding exercises where you can practice developing Chef.

Objectives
Introducing Config Management with Chef
Describe how automation and version control contribute to DevOps
Describe the Chef distribution model and the declarative syntax used in writing Chef recipes
Install the Chef Development Kit (ChefDK)

Recipes and Ruby Basics
Use the package and file resources inside of a Chef Recipe
Describe Ruby basics such as variables, arrays, and objects

Cookbooks and the Chef-client
Identify how recipes are packaged and distributed with cookbooks
Identify best practices of using Git for version control
Deploy a cookbook using the chef-client in local mode
Node Attributes and Templates
Work with system profiling with Ohai and accessing node object attributes
Use the cookbook_file, remote_file, and template Chef resources to manage files
Manage dynamic file creation using the template resource
Refactor recipes to use node attributes instead of hard-coded values
Practice: Working with a Simple Web Server
Build a simple Apache cookbook that configures a "hello, world" page to serve on the localhost
Who this course is for:
System Administrators
Systems Engineers
Infrastructure Automation Enthousiasts






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