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Windows has been around for a long time and, as a result, many organizations have a broad mix of both custom-built and COTS applications running on various versions of Windows servers in their environment. With this, many DevOps teams are left with a plethora of Windows applications that are hard to maintain and difficult to automate as part of continuous delivery pipelines.
Chef Habitat provides a single way to deliver and manage Windows applications. Automation instructions are defined in Powershell, but packaged with platform-agnostic commands that enable Habitat to export an application to run in multiple environments without refactoring, enabling supporting teams to modernize older apps and take advantage of new platforms. Join Chef Windows experts Trevor Hess and Matt Wrock to learn how Chef helps clients dramatically lower the cost of supporting Windows server-based applications by providing a codified and consistent approach to defining, packaging, and delivering apps across server versions and environments.
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- The ins and outs of packaging Windows-based applications
- How to manage build-time and run-time dependencies
- A simpler way to deploy and update Windows apps