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  • - Automated releases - version control - Agile practices we know from dev can be used in server/config management
  • Manual - tough to do same way twice, time consuming Build scripts - Brittle (tied to environment), hard to follow
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    • 1. Using Chef to Manage Your Server Environments
    • 2. About Blend
    • 3. DevOps (Development / Operations)Combines disciplines ofsoftware development / QA with system administration
    • 4. Building/Deploying• Manually• Build scripts• “I want to tell this computer how it should be set up, and let it do the rest”
    • 5. Chef• Client/Server system for managing configuration• Declarative Recipes define end state instead of construction process• Idempotent - re-running script only causes changes to execute
    • 6. No scripts - recipes• Cookbooks - modules for adding support for software• Recipes - contained by cookbooks, define server configuration, templates, etc• Attributes - configurable variables consumed by recipes • Recipes provide defaults, can be overridden by server, role, or environment • Some generated automatically• Data Bags - hold arbitrary configuration data
    • 7. Parts and pieces• Chef Server - holds cookbooks and configuration for your organization• Chef Client - installed on servers via bootstrap process to execute recipes, solo and client flavors• Ohai - discovery utility that extracts automatic attributes from servers• Knife - command line tool for managing chef
    • 8. Managing/Orchestration• Chef Solo - One server, no management, cookbooks go on server• Hosted Chef - Opscode-provided server, fine-grained permission controls• Chef Server - Self-hosted chef management server• Chef supports git, but git repo and servers don’t talk
    • 9. Development cycle• Create cookbook• Develop/Test• Upload recipe to chef server• Execute on client servers
    • 10. Blend Server Layout/Sites .conf - all apache vhost configs symlink here [sitename] conf - apache and other configs htdocs - web app, usually apache root dir logs - apache and other logs deploy - deploy scripts
    • 11. Development tools• Berkshelf - code gen and dependency management• Vagrant - automated testing environments
    • 12. Linkses• Chef - community.opscode.com• Berkshelf - berkshelf.com• Vagrant - vagrantup.com• Epic Tutorial - vialstudios.com/guide-authoring-cookbooks.html
    • 13. Questions? Joe Kepley Blend Interactive http://blendinteractive.comhttp://github.com/blendinteractive http://joind.in/8102 @joekepley