Chef Server (First 5 Nodes Free)
FIRST 5 FREE NODES FREE. The official Chef server AMI lets you automate your infrastructure, manage scale and complexity, and gain a deep understanding of your infrastructure. This AMI is preconfigured with Chef server as well as the following premium features: Chef Analytics, the Chef management console, and Chef reporting. Enable these features with a single click. You'll be billed through your AWS account, based on hourly usage. Some reasons to use this AMI are: to adopt a robust automation platform for both your datacenters and your cloud instances, to use Chef's premium features... Read more
12.8.0-2 (Other available versions)
Linux/Unix, CentOS 7.2
64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)
- Manage unlimited nodes with the dynamically priced Chef Server AMI
- Includes Premium Features: Analytics, Management Console and Reporting
- Eliminate manual configuration of your infrastructure
FIRST 5 FREE NODES FREE. The official Chef server AMI lets you automate your infrastructure, manage scale and complexity, and gain a deep understanding of your infrastructure. This AMI is preconfigured with Chef server as well as the following premium features: Chef Analytics, the Chef management console, and Chef reporting. Enable these features with a single click. You'll be billed through your AWS account, based on hourly usage. Some reasons to use this AMI are: to adopt a robust automation platform for both your datacenters and your cloud instances, to use Chef's premium features to learn what's happening on your servers, to take advantage of Chef's DevOps support team, and to evaluate a move from open-source Chef to Chef's premium offering.
- Version: 12.8.0-2
- Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 03/17/2016
Please follow the instructions at https://docs.chef.io/aws_marketplace.html
Chef Server (First 5 Nodes Free)
Your Chef Server AMI includes a fast-response support channel available Monday - Friday 6 AM - 6 PM Pacific Time with experienced DevOps engineers. During the application configuration agree to register with Chef Support to create your account. To open a ticket email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more: https://www.chef.io/service-level-agreement/#support
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