This is just me testing something and should NOT be used in a production environment
Based on STIGs found at: http://iase.disa.mil/stigs
A Cookbook-Centric Deployment workflow tool
A Chef Cookbook manager
Berkshelf dependency API server
Blender chef provides blender and chef integration. It enabled blender to do host discovery based on Chef searches. It also provides `knife blend` plugin that allows running a local recipe against a set of remote servers.
ChefAPI is a dependency-minimal Ruby client for interacting with a Chef Server. It adopts many patterns and principles from Rails
Shared test suite for chef-client hardening - InSpec Profile.
This Compliance Profile ensures the chef-client configuration is hardened.
Vagrant Box Image for Chef Cookbook Development Environment with ChefDK and Docker(kitchen-docker)
Much resource. So converge. Wow.
A chef handler that reports on per-resource elapsed times in a simple graphical form.
Chef plugin to add Node encrypted attributes support using client keys.
Pan is a Chef cookbook generator using chef-gen-flavors. You can use it out of the box as an opinionated way of creating new cookbooks, or modify it to meet your organization needs.
A framework for distributing "flavors" of ChefDK generator templates as ruby gems.
Get Chef stats directly into Datadog. Add the gem as an execution and report handler to your Chef run.
Read more here: http://docs.datadoghq.com/guides/chef/#deployhandler
installs/configures a chef_handler which triggers a inspection on https://scrutinizer-ci.com on successful Chef run.
Chef report handler to send Amazon SNS notifications on failures or changes, includes IAM roles support.
A simple Chef Report Handler to display resources that were updated at the end of the Chef run.
A dead simple Chef handler to report changes in users. Can send emails using the Pony gem.