Automating Infrastructure – Chef for DevOps Online Course Launched

Did the title of the course inspire you to think about interesting things? Whizlabs will not deny that it did for them. It made us look into it and make it more resourceful. Is Chef’s Infrastructure a culinary concept in technology or cuisine? It is possible. In this instance, the word “Chef” is used as metaphor. Just like we need many ingredients for a recipe, and many recipes to prepare it, so do we need many tools to prepare a program. And lots of programs to create it.
Our course researchers conducted extensive research on this topic and took an interest in unboxing it. Whizlabs is proud announce the course launch of “Automating Infrastructure – Chef for DevOps”. We must admit that the course has brought a smile not only to our loyal students but also to our highly-trained lecturers. It is one of the most engaging, metaphorically conceptual programs in the online tech-lecture space.
What is Infrastructure Automation?
Infrastructure automation refers to the process of minimizing user interactions with IT applications through consistent scripts or functions that can either be executed by other programs or on their own.
Chef Infra: Chef Infra allows you to create infrastructure as code (IAC), automating, and testing the process of monitoring configurations. Chef is used in DevOps for managing servers and software on-premises as well as in the cloud.
Chef’s Infrastructure and DevOps
Chef’s infrastructure automation systems can be used with a wide variety of DevOps applications including source code repositories and artifact repositories such as Gitlab and GitHub, as well secrets management tools, among others.
Let’s move on to the handbook. What Whizlabs hopes you will achieve with this course
This course will provide a foundational understanding of infrastructure and DevOps that will help in the rapid implementation all aspects of software.
This course will prepare you to create new environments, test and evaluate code updates, and deploy new software versions.
You can increase the resilience of your system and decrease downtime.
Course Handbook
Imagine that you are still at high school and it is time for your annual day. Your class teacher will assign different tasks to different teams. From the stage management to the decor, to the artists and judge management duties. Different teams will have different heads and training. The teachers created the teams, and the heads will now manage them.
DevOps is the combination of the head and teacher in the above example. DevOps serves both the role of the ‘developer and the operator’. DevOps creates such teams, codes it and then operates or functions it. Instead of managing 7 teams and managing them individually in your application, you can have one DevOps. This is a new development in IT and Whizlabs experts predict it will be one of your most useful and necessary tools. The course’s first phase will focus on explaining and deepening the concepts. It is about introducing DevOps, its use in industry, the tools and its life cycle.
The next section focuses on Chef’s introduction. Chef is an automation framework that is used in DevOps. It is a Configuration Management tool (CM) that allows you to automate activities and processes across multiple devices within an enterprise. This system will be a huge asset to any organisation. Chef’s declarative approach to programming is what Whizlab found most appealing. This automation method eliminates the need to write long and complicated code scripts that could lead to problems over time. This is precisely why Chef is so sought-after in IT industries.
Learn the basics of Chef – A DevOps configuration management tool that can repair, deploy and update applications and servers in any environment.
After you have completed these two sections, you can move on to Architecture and Setup. Here you will learn about the main components of Chef. Here you will learn about the masters (locations that update), the Chef servers (where you communicate with all devices) and the worker nodes (the pull-based mechanism initiator). You will be able, after completing this set, to set up your Chef infrastructure using keywords from Chef.
Once we have completed the Chef infrastructure, we can move on to the recipe attributes. It is a set of parameters that are used for infrastructure administration. It can be described as a group of parameters that are used to administer infrastructure.