But in the meantime, rivals supporters are taking great delight in lambasting Spurs’ ‘One Step From Glory’ book.Written by Alex Fynn and Martin Cloake, it has two stars on Amazon and sells for £7.68.Fans have been quick to mock the stocking filler, with one tweeting: “One step from glory, two steps from glory, three steps from glory… tbc.”Most Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubAnother said: “Uhh… guys, I think they are more than one step from glory…”One noted: “New Spurs DVD coming: one step away from glory against Brighton.”Another added: “Look for ‘Six more steps from Glory’… the hotly anticipated follow up to the comedy classic that was ‘One step…’.”Uhh… guys, I think they are more than one step from glory… pic.twitter.com/x6PKTqsyiJ— 7amkickoff (@7amkickoff) October 5, 2019 …..one step from glory— JP (@Arsenal_Vegas) October 5, 2019 Watch the new Spurs stadium transform into an NFL field as the first kick is taken under the lights between the Oakland Raiders and the Chicago Bears TOTTENHAM have been trolled over a book documenting last season’s run to the Champions League final.‘One Step From Glory’ details the path Mauricio Pochettino’s men took as they were beaten 2-0 by Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid.2 Spurs are being trolled over a book charting their route to last year’s Champions League finalCredit: AmazonSpurs fans thought that the accomplishment would usher in a new dawn at the club, with Daniel Levy making transfer funds available following the completion of the new 62,000-seater stadium.However, Spurs added just three players to their first-team squad, while also losing key man Kieran Trippier to Atletico Madrid.And four months later the Londoners are suffering as a result, winning just three of their opening eight Premier League matches while also suffering a record 7-2 Champions League defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich.2Pochettino’s future at the club is now under the spotlight, with the Argentine casting a gloomy figure.And some players are pushing for exits, including right-back Serge Aurier and contract rebel Christian Eriksen.It could fall to ex-Chelsea and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to turn things around.The reviews for Spurs’ book One Step From Glory are in pic.twitter.com/XaLVEHv4mt— Daniel of Comical Football Moments (@Comicalfooty1) October 6, 2019 One step from glory, two steps from glory, three steps from glory…tbc— Matthias Lang (@Kanonendonner) October 5, 2019 Look for “Six more steps from Glory”…the hotly anticipated follow up to the comedy classic that was “One step…” 🤣😂🤣— MyKitchenIsRed 👨🍳🍞🥟🍕🥩🍝 #COYG 🔴⚪️ (@RedKitchenCook) October 1, 2019 New Spurs DVD coming: one step away from glory against Brighton— AB (@abhiz30) October 5, 2019
“On top of that, we really focused in on where we can add value through analytics, and through providing a greatly enhanced Web UI,” said Jacob. That new UI allows for a division between the people who want to set policy and the people who want to write those policies; the less technical work of setting policies can now be done without requiring intense knowledge of Chef.This version of Chef also includes high availability and multi-data-center replication for the Chef infrastructure.Barry Crist, CEO of Chef, said the company is doing very well this year. He said that existing customers are seeing an 18% growth of Chef usage inside their own organizations quarter over quarter. Chef now has 875 paying customers, and he said that the company just closed its three largest-ever deals.At the heart of this growth, said Crist, is the fact that enterprise IT has been shifting from being a cost center to being the home of innovation within the organization. “There’s a whole discussion about the changing role of IT from being the shepherds of IT and infrastructure, to IT being the innovation engine of the enterprise,” he said. “Nordstrom has 2,000 software developers. GE has a stunning number of software developers. There’s a lot going on, and part of it is every company is becoming a software company, to some degree. The software cooks at Chef today have put out the first release candidate for version 12 of the configuration-management platform. This is the first version of Chef to include rules-based controls and multi-tenancy support in both commercial and open-source versions, thus removing the distinctions between the two. Instead, Chef will now charge users with more than 25 nodes when those features are turned on.Otherwise, these features can be turned off, and customers can continue to use Chef as an open-source, free tool. Adam Jacob, Chef’s chief development officer, said that this merger of capabilities was made to ease the transition for people moving from free Chef to commercial Chef.(Related: Chef expands abilities around Containers)“For our open-source community, there’s a bunch of functionality they didn’t have access to that they now have access to,” said Jacob. The premium version includes support for some functionality that changes how developers write their cookbooks, so users building with open-source Chef from the start would have to move up to Chef Premium and rethink the entire infrastructure that had already been laid out in the open-source version.