Basic Chef Fluency Badge
About the Course Author
Course Features and Tools
Infrastructure as Code
Desired State Configuration
QUIZ: Chef High Level Concepts
Bootstrapping a Node with Knife and chef-client
Troubleshooting Network Issues
QUIZ: Chef High Level Tools
Learning Activity: Setting Up A Chef Server, Workstation, and Bootstrapping a Node
Data Bags & Dependencies - Part 1
Data Bags & Dependencies - Part 2
QUIZ: Chef Building Blocks
Learning Activity: Writing and Deploying a Chef PostgreSQL Cookbook
Learning Activity: Configuring Chef Nodes Using Roles
InSpec & Chef Compliance
Chef Automate & Visibility
QUIZ: Chef Products, Features, and Uses
Chef is Written in Ruby
Push vs. Pull
QUIZ: The Chef Design Philosophy
Using ChefDK to Test Your Changes
Using InSpec to Scan
Publishing Artifacts to Chef Server and Supermarket
Learning Activity: Automated Testing for Chef Using ChefSpec, InSpec, and Kitchen
QUIZ: The Chef Workflow
Practice Exam: EXAM: Basic Chef Fluency Practice Exam
How to Prepare for the Exam
What's Next After Certification?
In this course, you will gain fluency with Chef and its ecosystem. Following along with the lessons, challenges, and live environments in this course will provide you with the experience necessary to be able to deploy and utilize Chef for configuration management. For the Basic Chef Fluency Badge exam, you'll need to be able to articulate the ideas present in Chef and its tools and how to use them on a basic level.
The PowerPoint (as PDF) for the presentation used in the "Infrastructure as Code" lesson.
The PowerPoint (as PDF) presentation from the "Desired State Configuration" lesson.