Managing Windows Servers with Chef

Managing Windows Servers with Chef

English | 23 May 2014 | ISBN: 178398242X | 110 Pages | PDF | 1.11 MB

Harness the power of Chef to automate management of Windowsbased systems using handson examples
About This Book
Discover how Chef can be used to manage a heterogeneous network of Windows and Linux systems with ease
Configure an entire .NET application stack, deploy it, and scale in the cloud
Employ a step-by-step and practical approach to automate provisioning and configuration of Windows hosts with Chef
Who This Book Is For
This book is designed for systems administrators who have had some exposure to Chef and are interested using it to manage their Windows-based systems. Some exposure to programming or scripting languages is expected for portions of this book.
What You Will Learn
Integrate Windows systems with Linux-based systems in a heterogeneous network
Automate the configuration of new Windows servers to provide various network services such as a web application
Scale your Windows infrastructure in a consistent and automated manner with cloud providers such as AWS, Rackspace Cloud, and Azure
Deploy new hosts into your infrastructure in minutes instead of hours
Develop cookbooks and recipes for your custom Windows configuration
Deploy and configure a complete .NET / IIS application to a Windows server using Chef
In Detail
This book begins with an introduction to the functionality and benefits of using Chef to manage Windows systems. From there, you are shown an overview of the Chef architecture and how to prepare a Windows host so that it can be managed by Chef, followed by an example of writing code to install a popular .NET application with Chef.
This book looks at how Windows system administrators can effectively leverage Chef as an automated system management tool to simplify their lives through managed infrastructure. Included are practical examples that will help you to understand how to take advantage of Chef when managing your infrastructure.
By the end of the book, you will be able to deploy software, provision hosts (including cloud servers), develop and test recipes for multiple platforms, and manage Windows hosts using the powerful tools that Chef provides.


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