Chef turns infrastructure into code, letting users automate the building, deployment, and management of infrastructure. Customers using the Chef DevOps platform with Microsoft Azure can easily manage every aspect of their cloud environment.
It has been a busy month for Chef in the Microsoft Azure cloud. Chef kicked things off at the Microsoft Build Conference in San Francisco, where it showed off its work on the new Windows Nano Server, a purpose-built operating system designed to run cloud applications and containers. With Chef, users can build and configure infrastructure right on top of Nano Server, giving users more speed and reliability in developing and updating Windows infrastructure.
Later that week, the Chef and Azure teams joined forces to give a presentation about DevOps on Azure at Microsoft Ignite in Chicago. On top of its appearances at Build and Ignite, Chef also issued a white paper, "DevOps and the Cloud: Chef and Microsoft Azure."
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