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Closing the IaC Gaps: Securely Scale and Accelerate DevOps Processes


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Sponsored by QUALI


Infrastructure-as-code (IaC) was a game-changer in the evolution of infrastructure provisioning, but it didn’t take long for fast-growing organizations to feel the backlash from the “go fast and break stuff” culture and look for solutions to ensure that speed doesn’t come at the expense of quality.

For fast-paced DevOps teams that want to scale up without slowing down, this webinar will discuss the common challenges organizations experience when trying to grow and how to tackle them:

  • The IaC skills gap
  • Standardization and compliance
  • Taking an application-centric view to developers’ needs
  • Controlling IaC rollouts without permissions micromanagement
Field CTO - Quali
Hi, my name is Roni Dover and I'm Field CTO at Quali. I am passionate about DevOps and agile methodologies and how to apply them at scale for continuous testing and deployment.
DevRel Manager - Quali
Hi I'm Ronak! Interested in solving customer issues in the DevOps field using empathy and good hygiene.

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