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Chef is a powerful automation platform that transforms infrastructure into code. Chef is a tool for which you write scripts that are used to automate processes.

Chef Server: The Chef Server is the central store of your infrastructure’s configuration data. The Chef Server stores the data necessary to configure your nodes and provides search, a powerful tool that allows you to dynamically drive node configuration based on data.

Chef Node: A Node is any host that is configured using Chef-client. Chef-client runs on your nodes, contacting the Chef Server for the information necessary to configure the node. Since a Node is a machine that runs the Chef-client software, nodes are sometimes referred to as “clients”.

Chef Workstation: A Chef Workstation is the host you use to modify your cookbooks and other configuration data.

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