Kyle R. Burton on 11 Aug 2010 17:37:04 -0700

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[PLUG] Need a speaker any time soon?

  • From: "Kyle R. Burton" <>
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  • Subject: [PLUG] Need a speaker any time soon?
  • Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2010 20:36:58 -0400
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I'm putting together a presentation on Chef for CPLUG in September.
Is there any interest for any of the PLUG chapters between now and

The abstract I'm working towards is:

"Leveraging Chef-Solo for Less than Enterprise Scale Deployments

When you’re a small, and I mean small, company with an even smaller IT
department you can’t afford not to automate provisioning and system
administration. Developing a culture of automation early on is vital
for ensuring that your infrastrucutre group can scale itself as your
business grows. Chef is an up and coming system administration
automation framework that makes installing and managing cloud
computing systems take less time and produces more consistent results.
This talk will cover the architecture of Chef-Solo, getting started,
core features and best practices for maintaing a small cluster of

Would any of the chapters be interested?

Best Regards,


Twitter: @kyleburton
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