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Monday, July 11 • 9:00am - 5:15pm
Workshop: Operating the Chef Server at Scale
This dive deep into how the Chef Server works is designed for dedicated Chef Server operators; enabling you to plan for large scale deployments and be prepared to troubleshoot like a pro when things go awry. This is not a hands-on workshop, but instead will focus on making sure you have the information you need to be successful.

Specific topics for this session include:
How does the Chef Server work:
- a journey through the Chef server (learn the components and how they fit together)
- how it’s packaged (Omnibus, the “reconfigure” cookbook)
Planning a Significant Chef Server deployment:
- Topologies and their implications
- Essential team skills
- Monitoring and Metrics
Running Chef Server at Scale
- Advanced Monitoring and Tuning
- Operations Patterns
- Postmortems


This workshop comes with an additional $450 cost to your ChefConf registration. You must be also be registered for ChefConf 2016 to participate.

Speakers
avatar for Irving Popovetsky

Irving Popovetsky

Principal Customer Architect, Chef
Irving leads the Customer Engineering team at Chef and was Chef's first Customer Success Engineer. He has 18 years of experience building, scaling, operating and troubleshooting large-scale Enterprise, Web and HPC systems. He has been deeply involved in the design, planning and troubleshooting of Chef largest customer customer's Chef Server clusters.


Monday July 11, 2016 9:00am - 5:15pm
JW Marriott Austin 110 E 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701