Nice post. I've been playing with Chef-solo recently for my latest server build, and so far I think it seems like the right choice for me.
@Wes chef-solo is great and an excellent way to get started with Chef. You'll end up losing some things when you go with solo, most notably: search. But it's super powerful and can take you a long way.As we were getting started with Chef, the typical workflow was:chef-solo with vagrantchef with vagrantchef with an ec2 instance
Great post! :) but i found something interesting.. :pThe URL : http://nathenharvey.blogspot.com/2011/11/why-we-chose-puppet-over-chef-at.htmlThe Post Title :"Why we chose Chef over Puppet at CustomInk"
@Panggi - yeah, why do you think that is? Link bait? Actually, the real reason is I had originally posted the article with the wrong title but @mattray corrected my mistake https://twitter.com/#!/mattray/status/138658585390497793 I decided not to republish under a different URL.
Nice writeup and explanation, thanks. Interesting comment about using heroku first.Typo notice: " You can use knife ssh to execute"... forgot to complete the sentence?
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