In the IT world Chef is a powerful infrastructure configuration and deployment framework for virtualization. It simplifies the process of deploying apps and servers to all kinds of virtual, physical or cloud destinations regardless of the infrastructure size. Chef is designed to address all known complex infrastructure issues. It has become a powerful and flexible tool through forming application delivery and IT infrastructure as actual code.
Kharkiv, Ukraine., July 11, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint)
Chef enables the IT infrastructure with all the necessary speed and productivity required for digital economy in today’s reality. For any network, either it is onsite, in a cloud or it is a hybrid, Chef is able to automate the way you set up, deploy and calibrate servers and apps, no matter if you run 10 servers, 10,000 or even 100,000 of them.
Chef is created in Erlang and Ruby, utilizing pure Ruby and DSL (domain-specific language) for making so called system configuration recipes. It is used to ease company servers’ configuration and maintenance, and it can also integrate with cloud-based platforms like Amazon EC2 and Rackspace to automatically supply and set up new servers.
There are two types of Chef currently available for the customers:
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