Introduction to Test-kitchen and InSpec
Whether youre using Chef, Puppet or Ansible, youre going to need a set of tools which help enable you to develop and test your infrastructure. One set of tools that we use at the OSU Open Source Lab …
|Talk Title||Introduction to Test-kitchen and InSpec|
|Speakers||Lance Albertson (Director, OSU Open Source Lab)|
|Conference||Open Source Summit + ELC North America|
|Location||San Diego, CA, USA|
|Date||Aug 19-23, 2019|
Whether you’re using Chef, Puppet or Ansible, you’re going to need a set of tools which help enable you to develop and test your infrastructure. One set of tools that we use at the OSU Open Source Lab is test-kitchen coupled with InSpec. Test-kitchen provides a test harness to execute infrastructure code on one or more platforms in isolation. InSpec provides a way to ensure your infrastructure code passes tests and compliance in a way separate from your configuration management. Together, this provides a very powerful platform for developing infrastructure code and testing it as well.This session will introduce attendees to both test-kitchen and InSpec, explain the various drivers and provisioners you can use, and also provide some real-world examples of how to use it with Chef, Puppet and Ansible.