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Getting HashiCorp Terraform Into Production


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When starting their migration journey, many small teams adopt Terraform open source software (OSS) to provision their clouds using infrastructure-as-code (IaC). As teams expand, organizational challenges arise around collaboration, security, compliance and governance. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the benefits that Terraform Cloud offers customers who are considering Terraform as the standard workflow to provision and manage infrastructure in their organization.

In this webinar, we will go over how Terraform’s cloud offering can:

  •   Improve collaboration with infrastructure-as-code to increase productivity of teams
  •   Reduce risk and eliminate technical debt
  •   Easily provision infrastructure on demand with a private module registry

This session is ideal for:

  •   Practitioners who would like to introduce Terraform into their organization
  •   Teams who want to create, share and manage Terraform configurations
  •   Organizations that want to standardize provisioning automation and provide policy and governance
Mike Tharpe
Senior Solutions Engineer - HashiCorp
Michael Tharpe is Senior Solutions Engineer at HashiCorp, a cloud infrastructure automation company that provides the open source tools Vagrant, Packer, Terraform, Vault, Consul and Nomad. Michael's specialties include DevOps, automation, network engineering, data center design, virtual infrastructure design and implementation, and application analysis.

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