Some commentators feel that the Internet of Things is a network of items that exchange very basic data without much intelligence being involved. They point to a lack of analysis that could interpret this data, and do something meaningful with it.
AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate is a program that ensures continuous automation, deployment and configuration. It has a user interface that provides visibility to the nodes and their state. As such, users can handle routine tasks like operating system configurations, software configurations, database setups, package installations and others with ease.
The makers of Chef Software have made a new release on their other product, the long-awaited InSpec 3.0. The last major upgrade of the software was back in February. Statistics show that it has had over 49270 times since that last upgrade. The number is likely to rise for the latest version, thanks to the many new resources that have been added. The release comes with usability improvements, bug fixes, and more platform support.
Habitat, developed by Chef, is a software that provides built-in deployment and management capabilities and creates platform-independent build artifacts.
Chef is a platform used to manage systems and automate cloud infrastructure. With Chef Workstation, developers are able to turn infrastructure into code that can then be used to automate management and server deployment.
Media has created a buzz around Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence as being applied only to niche products. The truth is that the business world has begun implementing these technologies throughout the entire enterprise schemes to improve their productivity.