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Chef Essentials: Mastering the Basics of Config Management

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Product is rated as #115 in category DevOps

Are you looking to advance your IT career? Do you want to automate your System Administrator tasks on–prem or in the cloud so you can focus on the value–add problems? Would your organization benefit from faster, standardized, and predictable server automation? Are you trying to transform your legacy IT services into a DevOps model?

Then you need to take this course and start taking advantage of this amazing tool!

The Chef Essentials course will teach you the fundamentals of Chef, including how to install the Chef Development Kit, writing cookbooks and recipes, how to use recipe sub–components, and how to test your recipes locally.

This course includes reference materials and simple examples designed to help you build a solid foundation of Chef and configuration management knowledge. The course is primarily in video lecture format, but also includes quizzes throughout the course to check your comprehension and hands on projects to build real world experience.

It will take you roughly one week to accomplish Chef Essentials, depending on how much time you can dedicate to the course each day. The course is structured in two major sections, an Overview section and a Deep Dive section. The Overview section is designed to demonstrate the power of Chef, explain fundamental concepts, and explain Chef–centric terminology. The Deep Dive section will be comprised of lectures and hands on labs to teach you about:

Instructor Details

I am a senior cloud architect with experience in both building custom, internal private clouds as well as leveraging public cloud providers. For the last 3 years, I've been architecting and deploying scalable, elastic, and highly-available applications, including large enterprise applications such as ERPs, eCommerce, and asset management suites. I have 8 years of broad IT and development experience and love teaching others.

Specification: Chef Essentials: Mastering the Basics of Config Management

Duration

3 hours

Year

2017

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Ratna Likhita

    Thank you Alex. This course really made me understand how Chef works. Your patience was remarkable when it came to labs making sure you showed us as many scenarios as possible.

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  2. Anthony John Adolph

    The tutor explains what sudo means *every* time he uses it. He tells us what cd, mkdir and other unix entry level commands mean again and again and again (get my drift). ZzzzZZZzzzzzZZZzzzzZZzzzz I want to learn Chef, not how change directory. I’m only 1 hour into a 3 hour course, so maybe I’m being a bit harsh … I may change this review later Sorry Alex, but this is not great….. I’m at templates section now and I think you’ll agree that the concept is a little more advanced that cd by hey,.. no illustrations and a very labored description of what we can all see is on the screen. How about a diagram to show the relationship between the file resource, the template and the resulting file? Rating going down…. a few more lectures to go….. Course Completed,…. If I didn’t appreciate how hard it is to create a course, I’d request my money back. Sorry (again) Alex, but I would not recommend this course to anyone : (

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  3. Mr. Sutdhata Yatikhuncharoon

    Good.

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  4. Mike Beebe

    There’s some differences between the course and the environment that a less experienced user might not know how to rectify. However, anyone with a little sysadmin experience could handle this just fine.

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  5. Al Wickman

    Great course. Gets your head in the game quickly. Course progresses smoothly and is concise. Labs are very useful in illustrating points. Course needs minimal updating to account for slight changes in Cloud9. However, the student can complete the course as is.

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  6. Eric Vinuya

    Great introduction to the chef system. Very minor errata in a couple of slides. Overall, well paced and clear. Did not require anything fancy to follow along other than a virtual ubuntu guest on my desktop.

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  7. Megan Franco

    This was exactly what I needed to get started using Chef at work. Not only did I learn the basics, but what was even more helpful was that there were some good googling tips in there as well, which definitely saved me some time. Loved using cloud9, it’s unfortunate that it’s moving to aws.

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  8. David Romero

    Great course. Very thorough.

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  9. Mdumiseni

    The course is very helpful, well paced and easy to follow.

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  10. Ashlee Naidoo

    One of the better Chef courses on Udemy for beginners. Alex is really great teacher and his communication is clear. The course is outdated, but still a good course none the less.

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  11. Alex Campos

    It was quite good, I especially enjoyed following along the labs. Quick tip, using a few simple commands from Docker you can follow along in your own terminal with minimal hassle!

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  12. Patrick Camargo

    It was a great crash course and introduction to Chef, but to really get going you will need additional courses.

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  13. Sergio Emmanuel Corona Rodriguez

    it was an excellent course, I liked it, please continue to create more content like this

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  14. Jim Callaghan

    Good Course

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