CHEF Tutorial Objective

Session 01: Getting Started with CHEF

Session 02: CHEF Concepts

Session 03: CHEF Features

Session 04: Troubleshooting

Session 05: CHEF components Setup

Session 06: Cookbook Reference

Session 07: ChefDK – Everything About

Session 08: Managing the Server

Detailed Syllabus:

Session 01: Getting Started with CHEF

Chef Overview
Install ChefDK
Configure ChefDK
Quick Start
System Requirements
Chef for Microsoft Windows
Chef Workstation and ChefDK on Windows
Chef Client on Windows
Knife Windows

Session 02: CHEF Concepts

Chef Development Kit
Nodes
Chef Client Overview
Server
Chef-repo
Cookbooks
Custom Resources
Policy
Secrets
Authentication
Authorization
Supermarket

Session 03: CHEF Features

FIPS-mode
Handlers
Management Console
Push Jobs
Search

Session 04: Troubleshooting

Session 05: CHEF components Setup

ChefDK
Nodes
Server
Working with Proxies
Air-gapped Installation
Integrations
Supermarket
Management Console
Push Jobs

Session 06: Cookbook Reference

About Cookbooks
Attributes
Files
Libraries
Recipes
Recipe DSL
Resources
Templates
Cookbook Repo
Metadata.rb
Cookbook Versioning
Ruby

Session 07: ChefDK – Everything About

About ChefDK
Berkshelf
Chef-Shell (executable)
Chef (executable)
Chef Solo
Chef-vault
ChefSpec
Config.rb (knife.rb)
Cookstyle
Delivery CLI
Foodcritic
Test Kitchen
Knife
Ohai
Policyfile
Push-jobs-client (executable)

Session 08: Managing the Server

Runbook (Single Page)
Backup & Restore
Data Storage
Firewall & Ports
Active Directory & LDAP
Log Files
Monitor
Organizations & Groups
Security
Services
Tuning
Upgrades
Upgrade HA Cluster
Users
Chef-server-ctl
Chef-backend-ctl
Chef-server.rb
Opscode-expander-ctl
Chef Server API
Push Jobs

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