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Join us for our upcoming program where we will discuss the results of the 2023 State of Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) Report from Firefly. The report provides valuable insights on how organizations are managing their cloud infrastructure using IaC. The findings highlight the importance of IaC in today's cloud strategy, as well as the challenges organizations face in implementing IaC effectively. With cloud complexity growing and the rise of cloud-native applications, the need for efficient and reliable IaC management is crucial.

During the program, we will delve into the key highlights of the report, including the reasons organizations use IaC, common challenges and best practices for managing cloud infrastructure. We will also cover the growing multi-cloud management trend and the tools used to manage it. Additionally, we will discuss the role of IaC in DevOps and the benefits it provides for cloud resource provisioning, consistency, reliability and reduced risk.

The program is perfect for DevOps, SREs and platform engineers who want to assess their IaC use relative to their peers and gain a better understanding of IaC best practices. Register now to learn about the current state of IaC and get our top recommendations for a well-managed cloud.

Key Takeaways:

  • The importance of IaC: The importance of IaC in today's cloud strategy as organizations strive to manage growing cloud complexity effectively
  • Multi-cloud management: The trend of multi-cloud is growing, and the report provides insights on the tools used to manage multiple cloud providers and identifies the most common multi-cloud patterns
  • The benefits of IaC: The role of IaC in providing efficiency, consistency, reliability and reduced risk in cloud resource provisioning
  • Common challenges in IaC implementation: Common challenges organizations face when implementing IaC, such as complexity, lack of knowledge, engineering time and configuration drifts
  • Best practices: Best practices for managing cloud infrastructure and maintaining IaC alignment with desired configurations
  • Recommendations: Finally, the program will provide recommendations for a well-managed cloud infrastructure that incorporates IaC effectively
Cindy Blake
Author of the 2023 Report: State of Infrastructure-as-Code
Cindy Blake is a thought leader at Firefly, a start-up aimed to solve many of the challenges of managing complex cloud infrastructures in a way that enables DevOps success. Prior to Firefly, Cindy was a security pro at GitLab, a leader in the DevOps market where she was instrumental in leading GitLab's integrated DevSecOps, growing that business more than 10x over 4 years and through IPO. Her O'Reilly book, "The CISOs Guide to Securing Next-Gen Software" combines nearly a decade of cyber security experience with a background in lean and software development to simplify the complexities of application modernization into pragmatic advice for security programs. Prior to GitLab, Cindy gained app sec expertise at HPE's Fortify where she led early third party research on the intersection of development, application security, and operations. Blake started her career as a software developer, architect, and then IT leader.

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