Chef - Configuration Management in Ruby

We introduce Chef on FutureSystems. Chef provides automated installation and configuration across multiple servers in your infrastructure. You use Chef client and Server to manage systems with Cookbooks and Recipes which are instructions written in Ruby. This lesson includes starting Apache 2 web server using Chef.

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Chef - Configuration Management in Ruby

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We introduce Chef on FutureSystems. Chef provides automated installation and configuration across multiple servers in your infrastructure. You use Chef client and Server to manage systems with Cookbooks and Recipes which are instructions written in Ruby. This lesson includes starting Apache 2 web server using Chef.
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  1. Chef -  Configuration Management in Ruby

    Slide 1 - Chef - Configuration Management in Ruby

    • Manage the task of:
    • configuring and
    • maintaining systems with software
    • Core components
    • Chef server
    • Chef client
    • Chef Cookbooks
    • Chef Recipes
    • Chef Supermarket
  2. Chef -  Configuration Management in Ruby

    Slide 2 - Chef - Configuration Management in Ruby

    • Core components
    • Chef server
    • Chef client
    • Chef Cookbooks
    • Chef Recipes
    • Chef Supermarket
    • https://docs.chef.io/chef_quick_overview.html
  3. Chef Cookbook

    Slide 3 - Chef Cookbook

    • Configuration and policy distribution of your infrastructure
    • run-list: a list of recipes and roles
    • Core items
    • Attributes
    • Recipes
    • Other items
    • Templates
    • Definitions
    • Libraries
    • Metadata
    • Lightweight resources
    • Resources and providers
    • Coobook versions
  4. Chef Cookbook Directory

    Slide 4 - Chef Cookbook Directory

    • Core items
    • Attributes
    • Recipes
    • Other items
    • Templates
    • Definitions
    • Libraries
    • Metadata
    • Lightweight resources
    • Resources and providers
    • Coobook versions
  5. Create a First Cookbook

    Slide 5 - Create a First Cookbook

    • Starting Apache2