4 phases of collaborating on infrastructure as code with Terraform
HashiCorp and partner, Contino, will explain the four steps to full-scale infrastructure as code for operators to provision and manage their cloud infrastructure at scale.
Organizations of all sizes are adopting cloud-based services for application workloads. The development teams using these cloud-based services are able to operate with greater independence from the operational constraints of their underlying infrastructure. For most organizations, this means navigating the transition from a relatively static pool of homogeneous infrastructure in dedicated data centers to a distributed fleet of servers spanning one or more cloud providers.
To handle this shift, many organizations treat their cloud-based infrastructure as code -- managing and provisioning it collectively. HashiCorp Terraform uses infrastructure as code to provision any cloud infrastructure. HashiCorp Terraform provides a collaborative workflow for teams to safely and efficiently create and update infrastructure at scale. However, not all organizations are ready to jump right into this.
HashiCorp and partner, Contino, will explain the four steps to full-scale infrastructure as code for operators to provision and manage their cloud infrastructure at scale. Join us to learn:
- Why to use collaborative infrastructure as code to address technical and organizational challenges provisioning cloud infrastructure
- How to self-assess your infrastructure as code practices and organizational maturity
- How to identify the next steps every organization can take to move forward in the journey to the cloud
- Maciej Skierkowski, Senior Product Manager, HashiCorp
- Jordan Taylor, DevOps Practitioner, Contino