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What you don't know about your infrastructure can hurt you, whether it's legacy code, unmanaged resources, cloud misconfigurations or the actions of multiple teams. They can all cause unexpected downtime.

In this program, we'll explore the importance of full visibility into your cloud (especially into resources you may not know about) such as legacy code or resources used by other teams, and the potentially destructive outcomes of not knowing about them.

We will also discuss how DevOps engineers like Holden Omans from Ndustrial gained full visibility and control over their multi-account and Kubernetes environments in the cloud by using infrastructure-as-code (IaC), why teams should use IaC and how to turn any unmanaged resource into IaC.

Key Takeaways:
  • Why unknown unknowns in your infrastructure can cause downtimes, drifts, and more
  • How to monitor unmanaged resources in your cloud
  • What drifts are
  • How to easily manage resources on Terraform
  • What Firefly is and how it can assist you
Eran Bibi
Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer - Firefly
Eran Bibi is the co-founder and chief product officer at Firefly. With years of experience in anything DevOps/SRE and security related, he has earned a reputation as being a CI/CD and SRE expert and is an avid admin of cloud platforms and containerized environments. Prior to Firefly, Eran was the head of DevOps and cloud platform at Aqua Security and the DevOps group lead at Finastra. Eran is a frequent speaker at cloud-native meetups, AWS community meetups and other cloud workshops and conferences.
Holden Omans
Senior DevOps Engineer - Ndustrial
Holden Omans is a versatile engineer with over 10 years of experience as a coder, architect, and team leader within the DevOps space. He focuses on driving and delivering innovative solutions to design, develop, and deploy software to optimize the customer experience via DevOps philosophy and tools. He has a proven background leading cross-functional teams to ensure quality and efficiency through automation, innovation, and best practices.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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