Benny is correct, Chef Workstation is replacing ChefDK. Right now it has every feature of ChefDK, as well as some additional features (a tray app that notifies on available updates, some additions to the
The idea is that any customer could migrate safely from ChefDK to Chef Workstation with no problems. It will use feature flags to handle adding experimental features and making breaking changes, which we hope encourages customers to always stay on the latest version and opt into changes as they are ready.
To configure Chef Workstation, you should create the following two configuration files:
Our plan is to merge those configurations in the future, but for now we have two that we maintain. You do not need any content in those files, and Chef Workstation should function without them. But that is where any configuration changes you make will go.