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Cloud Cafe #31 – Opscode Introduces Chef

By John | January 16, 2009

It was a busy day for Adam Jacob the CTO of the startup Opscode. He spent the day trying to push out the first release of an exciting new “Cloud Orchestration” product while fighting internet provider/bandwidth issues and pesty geeks like me. However, at the end f the day we got this fantastic podcast on tape. or should say cloud.

Listen to the Podcast Here

I wanted to add a special thanks to Florence Neal for the artwork and Mike Colletti for the music. If you find any of their works interesting, please feel free to link their sites and contact them directly.

Topics: chef, cloud, configuration, opscode | 5 Comments »

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  4. Jesse Robbins Says:
    January 22nd, 2009 at 11:01 pm

    I had this (awesome) podcast transcribed and posted it to the Opscode blog:
    http://blog.opscode.com/2009/01/transcript-from-cloud-cafe-episode-31-opscode-introduces-chef.html

    -Jesse

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