Chef Stability

Wil Whitlark
Lead DevOps Engineer at General Assembly
It all seems to be very solid and stable. View full review »
Mike Silva
Senior Operations Engineer at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We had high uptime for it. We didn't have too many issues with the releases and the versioning that they have beeen putting out. Mostly, everything went smoothly even with major foundational changes. Overall, anytime you're doing a foundational change, there will be some growing pains, and you expect that with any tool set. View full review »
reviewer552594
Head of Tools and Automation for Infrastructure at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have had minor issues with development and configuration but we have an in-house team that takes care of most of it. View full review »
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Ijaz Hussain
Manager at ZS Associates
It's quite stable, we hardly see surprises. Its deployment is very smooth. View full review »
Timothy Rogers
Engineer II at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
We have had no stability issues. View full review »
Amit Chaudhary
Primary Architect at Autodesk, Inc.
The product is quite stable. We hardly experience any surprises. Its deployment is very smooth. View full review »
Stefan Nava
Director at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We put quite a lot of stress on it, especially in our larger environments. View full review »
DevOpsDiff8c
DevOps Director at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
The stability is good. View full review »
Sharath Annabathina
Senior Software Engineer at BMS
We do put a lot of stress on it from the QA, staging, and servers. We have a CI/CD pipeline continuously running as the developer commits the code to Chef and Puppet, which are always up and running. View full review »
Joel Backshat
CTO at FCamara
We have some issues in Brazilian region with stability. However, in US region, we have no issues with stability. View full review »
Anshul Somani
Solutions Architect with 201-500 employees
It is stable most of the time. There hasn't been any downtime. We did not go with the traditional architecture, so we decided to use the AWS systems by decoupling the traditional architecture. View full review »
AwsConte413b
AWS Content Support Manager at a tech company with 51-200 employees
It's working great. It's stable. We try to produce real-world scenarios with the students as much as possible. View full review »
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