Beans, fruit, booze, bathrooms, & ChefConf
About This Episode
Live-to-tape from ChefConf 2017, in Austin, we talk about what's going on in Chef land now, esp. in relation to compliance/policy and Habitat. We also discuss the Texas bathroom bill and Matt Ray's latest trip report on international travel. There's an important update on Coté's bean position as well.
See the video recording, if you're into that kind of thing.
- Pivotal Cloud-native workshop in DC, June 7th.
- DevOpsDays Minneapolis, July 25 to 26th: get 20% off registration with the code SDT (Thanks, Bridget!).
- Coté: CF Summit June 13 to 15, 2017.
- 20% off registration code: cfsv17cote
- Coté: Want 2 days of Spring knowledge? Check out SpringDays
No more beans, now on that fruit shit
International Travel Trip Report
- Matt’s Ray’s international travel experience as Platinum.
- Traveling as a vegetarian.
- What’s the plan for all the free booze? Bring a flask...
Why Do They Keep Messing With Texas?
- The Hillbillies are obsessed with bathrooms
- It's really depressing how aggressively stupid Texas is sometimes. I don't blame anyone avoiding it.
- Coté’s notebook on the topic
- Round-up from The New Stack
- “Continuous automation, when you do it right, is a bridge between your current environment and where you need to go in the future”
- Chef 13, InSpec cloud profiles, Habitat build service
- Consolidating under less brands?
- Configuring the stuff that goes in the containers: “now includes capabilities for security and compliance checking, as well as the ability to further automate the process of assembling and updating container-based applications.”
BONUS LINKS! Not covered in episode.
Mirantis getting out of the (pure) OpenStack game
- So...Coté was right?!
- “announced that it will end-of-life Mirantis OpenStack support in September 2019”
- “it’s important to distinguish between popularity and value. Popular kids in high school aren’t always the ones that end up driving a Ferrari when adults. It’s true that OpenStack is no longer the popular kid; Kubernetes is — and customers often like to go with what’s popular.” - Mirantis CMO Boris Renski
Getting out of VIM
- “In the last year, How to exit the Vim editor has made up about .005% of question traffic: that is, one out of every 20,000 visits to Stack Overflow questions. That means during peak traffic hours on weekdays, there are about 80 people per hour that need help getting out of Vim.”
- What’s up with Ukraine?
Amazon in Charts