Chef was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA. It is an automation platform that transforms infrastructure into code, which allows its users to automate how they build, deploy, and manage their infrastructure. The company depends on reusable definitions known as recipes to automate infrastructure tasks. Instructions for configuring web servers, databases, and load balancers are examples of these recipes. Together, recipes describe what users' infrastructure consists of and how each part of the users' infrastructure should be deployed, configured, and managed. Recipes use building blocks called resources that describe some piece of infrastructure, such as a file, a template, or a package to be installed. People can use the many resources included in Chef, or create their own to manage configurations and legacy systems.
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