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Scaling IaC, Terraform, Ansible and GitOps With Infrastructure Pipelines


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Sponsored by RackN



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Sure, you’ve got great tools, people and platforms, but why is everything so complex and hard to scale? In this webinar, we’re going to elevate your Infrastructure as Code (IaC) game from tool silos into integrated infrastructure pipelines. These techniques have enabled global banks, media companies and service providers to deliver faster, with less risk and more collaboratively.

This webinar provides concrete solutions for enterprises adding Terraform and Ansible Orchestration and enabling platform teams to create a unified self-service API. We will describe how using an Infrastructure as Code platform delivers a consistent control approach for multi-cloud infrastructure pipelines.

We’ll demonstrate how to:

  • Securely integrate ad hoc Terraform and Ansible
  • Use GitOps to run infrastructure pipelines
  • Use IaC to standardize multi-site operations
  • Enhance self-service by adding API abstractions
  • Reuse your Day 0 automation for Day 2 maintenance

After this session, you’ll be ready to accelerate your DevOps and IaC collaboration while improving reuse, security and transparency.

Rob Hirschfeld
CEO - RackN.com
Rob has been creating software to automate infrastructure for more than 20 years. His latest startup, RackN, focuses on providing IaC automation and provisioning for distributed cloud, edge and enterprise data centers. He has been involved in numerous open source efforts including LF Edge (Board), CNCF (SIG Chair) and OpenStack (Board). He is also building a forward-looking operator community at http://the2030.cloud. Rob received engineering degrees from Duke University and Louisiana State University.

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