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Infrastructure-as-Code: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly


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Sponsored by env0

Wednesday, August 11, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Best practices, common pitfalls, and other useful information about infrastructure-as-code.

Are you just getting started with infrastructure-as-code (IaC)? Or have you already jumped in headfirst? Either way, this webinar is for you. We’re going to cover all the different IaC frameworks, including the pros and cons of each. We’ll talk about some of the pitfalls that come with using IaC, and ways to mitigate those pitfalls. Then, we’ll go over some of the specific use cases and explain how automating your IaC deployment lifecycle can speed up your development process.

Make sure to bring your questions, because we’re here to help you be successful with IaC, whether you’re just starting out or trying to rethink your entire strategy.

Ohad Maislish
CEO and Co-Founder - env0
Ohad Maislish is the CEO and co-founder of env0. Prior to env0, Ohad was the CEO and founder of Arno Software, a services company specializing in complicated cloud infrastructure projects, and Capester, a startup which empowered citizens in SmartCities around the world. In addition to these roles, Ohad has served in different technical and management roles at Ravello Systems, eToro and VMware. He started his career at age 17 as the youngest developer at Microsoft Israel after starting his bachelor’s degree at the age of 14 in parallel to his high school studies.
Tim Davis
DevOps Advocate - env0
Tim Davis is the DevOps advocate for env0. Prior to env0, Tim helped build the cloud and developer advocacy team at VMware. His background is in infrastructure operations / architecture, with a focus on critical business applications. While at VMware, his focus area was DevOps process and procedure and CI/CD process and tooling.

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