Chef is a powerful tool for automating the deployment and configuration of servers, but how can one be sure that everything has gone off without a hitch? Chef's reporting is helpful but can be limited. UpGuard identifies configuration inconsistencies that can occur due to unforeseen circumstances or human error, as well as changes that happen outside of Chef's view.

UpGuard also transforms Chef recipes from known-good configurations, which gives you detailed control over the progressive development of your infrastructure. All of it happens in just a few steps, taking the potential headaches and anxiety out of automation.

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