Chef Foundations - Linux & Windows - Virtual English

21 hours
1295,00 €
Live Virtual Class
Live Virtual Class


Compatibility with Windows and Linux is the one of the problems to have been develop all the production environments. From Configuration Management to Containerization, your company can have both Windows and Linux servers in their environments but without problems managing and integrating both platforms.

This course is designed to accelerate you from zero to hero into the world of Chef from the perspective of using Chef Configuration Management. Through this three-day command-line driven adventure, you will develop a solid foundation for managing dozens, hundreds or even thousands of servers the way Facebook, Target, Nordstrom, and many other successful companies do – by using Chef. And because so many companies have both Windows and Linux servers in their environments, we teach you the technical intricacies of managing and integrating both platforms.

PUE is Chef Official Training Partner, authorized by Chef to deliver official training in Chef technologies.

Furthermore, PUE is accredited and recognized to offer consulting and mentoring services on the implementation of Chef solutions for business environment with the consequent added value in the practical and business knowledge delivered in their official courses.

Audience and prerequisites

This course is intended to those who wants to be a specialist Chef Administrator.

It's best that students of this class have some familiarity and comfort with the following:

  • Writing code (of just about any flavor) in a text editor.
  • Working on the command line.
  • Basic system administration – installing packages, configuring those packages, starting a service.


By the end of this course, the student will have assumed the following skills:

  • Understand the DevOps Method.
  • Apply DevOps method using Chef tools.
  • Reduce time between every cycle.


  • Using Chef resources – the building blocks.
  • Building Chef recipes and cookbooks.
  • Introduction to testing cookbooks with Test Kitchen.
  • Collecting details about the system via Ohai.
  • Attributes – writing dynamic code.
  • Managing data with templates.
  • Advanced templating – passing in variables.
  • Storing your code in a repo - an introduction to Git.
  • Workstation setup.
  • Centralizing management with Chef Server.
  • Using Community Cookbooks.
  • Automating chef-client runs.
  • Managing a multi-node infrastructure.
  • Simplification and scalability through Roles.
  • Power automation – invoking Chef Search.
  • Staging versus Production - Environments.
  • Using Databags to create user accounts on servers.

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