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updated to all references to Opscode Platform to new name of Hosted Chef

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-This guide describes how to build a PHP application stack using Chef cookbooks available from the [Cookbooks Community Site](http://cookbooks.opscode.com) and the Opscode Platform. It assumes you followed the [Getting Started Guide](http://help.opscode.com/faqs/start/how-to-get-started) and have Chef installed.
+This guide describes how to build a PHP application stack using Chef cookbooks available from the [Cookbooks Community Site](http://cookbooks.opscode.com) and Opscode's Hosted Chef. It assumes you followed the [Getting Started Guide](http://help.opscode.com/faqs/start/how-to-get-started) and have Chef installed.
*This guide uses Ubuntu 10.04 on Amazon AWS EC2 with Chef 0.10.0.*
@@ -21,7 +21,6 @@ We're going to reuse a number of cookbooks from the [Cookbooks Community Site](h
The **application** cookbook will perform the following steps:
-* create an application specific virtualenv
* install required packages and pears for the project
* set up the deployment scaffolding
* creates LocalSettings.php file with the database connection information if required
@@ -120,7 +119,7 @@ A single new non-community cookbook was also created for this quick-start. This
mediawiki
-Upload all the cookbooks to the Opscode Platform.
+Upload all the cookbooks to the Hosted Chef server.
knife cookbook upload -a
@@ -134,7 +133,7 @@ All the required roles have been created in the php-quick-start repository. They
mediawiki.rb
mediawiki_load_balancer.rb
-Upload all the roles to the Opscode Platform.
+Upload all the roles to the Hosted Chef server.
rake roles
@@ -143,7 +142,7 @@ Data Bag Item
The php-quick-start repository contains a data bag item that has all the information required to deploy and configure the MediaWiki application from source using the recipes in the **application** and **database** cookbooks.
-The data bag name is **apps** and the item name is **mediawiki**. Upload this to the Opscode Platform.
+The data bag name is **apps** and the item name is **mediawiki**. Upload this to the Hosted Chef server.
knife data bag create apps
knife data bag from file apps mediawiki.json
@@ -158,7 +157,7 @@ In either case, we're going to use m1.small instances with the 32 bit Ubuntu 10.
This command will:
* Launch a server on EC2.
-* Connect it to the Opscode Platform.
+* Connect it to the Hosted Chef server.
* Configure the system with Chef.
See the appropriate section below for instruction on launching a single instance, or launching the multi-system infrastructure.

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