Chef is the leader in Continuous Automation software, an innovator in cloud native operations and one of the founders of the DevOps movement. Visit http://www.chef.io.
Chef is the leader in Continuous Automation software, an innovator in cloud native operations and one of the founders of the DevOps movement. Chef is powered by an awesome community and open source software engines: Chef for infrastructure, Habitat for cloud native operations, and InSpec for compliance. Visit http://www.chef.io.
Chef is the leader in Continuous Automation software, an innovator in cloud native operations and one of the founders of the DevOps movement. Chef works with more than a thousand of the most innovative companies around the world to deliver their vision of digital transformation, providing the practices and platform to deliver software at speed. Chef Automate is Chef's Continuous Automation Platform which is powered by an awesome community and open source software engines: Chef for infrastructure, Habitat for cloud native operations , and InSpec for compliance. For more visit http://www.chef.io.
The Chef logo means a lot of things to a lot of people. It is a seal of quality and a stamp of approval from the company. Therefore it should be used proudly, consistently, and with great meaning.
The Chef logo is always vertical. Even in horizontal layouts, such as banners or headers, the logo remains in the vertical layout. Additionally, the circular logo and the name must always appear together.
Note: The circle graphic by itself can only appear in the top right corner of Chef web sub-properties.
There are two options for the messaging under the logo: CHEF.IO or blank. Under no circumstances may something else be displayed in that area.
If you see the logo with something else written beneath Chef, please alert someone on the marketing team immediately.
The inverse logo cannot be used on an orange background. If possible, please only use this logo on darker colors. The title must be white and the subtitle must be orange in the inverse logo. An all white logo is acceptable in some situations.
Whitespace surrounding the logo must be at least the height and width of the CHEF "CH" in all directions.
In print, the Chef logo must be used at a minimum size of .75" wide with spacing around it equaling at least 1.5".
On web, the Chef logo must be used at a minimum size of 50px wide with spacing around it equaling at least 100px.
Headers for Chef content in print or web will be written in heavy font weight of Gotham (paid) or Raleway (free).
Copy for Chef content in print and web will be written in either the light font weight of Gotham (paid) or Raleway (free).
Some situations call for alternative fonts. For slide presentations, Chef uses Gill Sans Light. For chef.io sub sites, headers are written in Montserrat Bold (free).
Chef is changing how companies build and deliver applications, services and infrastructure. Born with the DevOps movement, Chef has distilled the experiences of successful web innovators into patterns that characterize the DevOps workflow. These patterns have been incorporated into Chef's comprehensive suite of automation products, making Chef your partner on the journey to DevOps. Alaska Airlines, Bloomberg, Facebook, Intuit, Microsoft, Target, and Yahoo are among hundreds of commercial customers worldwide using Chef to safely deliver applications, compliance policies, and infrastructure at velocity. The most enduring and transformative companies use Chef to become fast, efficient, and innovative software-driven organizations.
Trademarks must be used properly in Chef materials. If a trademark is used improperly, it can weaken the brand, making it generic or unenforceable. Please visit our trademark policy page for a list of the latest Chef trademarks for the Chef brand.
These guidelines are intended for use by Chef licensees, authorized resellers and distributors, and third parties who have received explicit permission to use certain Chef trademarks. No right, license or permission, express or implied, to use Chef trademarks is provided by these guidelines. Further, any uses of Chef trademarks that are not covered by any of the examples in these guidelines requires Chef's express written consent.