Archive of blog posts tagged with "chef"

  • April 2 2015

    Ohai Plugin for OpenVZ VMs to get public IP Address

    Media Temple uses the OpenVZ virtualization system and I have quite a few Media Temple servers under Chef management. The one thing that has made management difficult is that by default during a Chef run ohai returns as the default IP address which means I cannot run knife to execute commands from my workstation.

  • July 13 2014

    Setup Development Environment with Vagrant & Chef

    I use Chef to manage and provision new staging and production servers in our company. It takes a lot of the headache out of managing multiple servers and allows me to fire up new web & data servers for our projects with ease. I have several cookbooks that I use to configure servers and to setup/configure websites. In a nutshell, it's rad, and website deployments have never been easier.

  • July 10 2014

    Securing Git repository from accidental exposure using Chef

    It was brought to my attention at the office that a few of our recently launched websites had publicly exposed .git repository information. Unscrupulous users could use the exposed data to pull down the entire commit history, giving them unfiltered access to what is basically the blueprint for the website.

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