Developer Friendly Infrastructure as Code

6 ноября, 14:00

Key ideas

Everyone on the DevOps space will agree that infrastructure as code is a vital part of scaling a business or team. However, many of the available infrastructure as code solutions use a custom DSL or complex, nested YAML documents to define infrastructure. For even the battle hardened developer, this can be overwhelming. Learning an entire language DSL just to deploy their application involves time which they often don’t have, and in reality this means involving the Operations team and can often create silos of walls that are difficult to break down. In this talk, I’ll discuss some of the solutions to this problem and introduce Pulumi, an infrastructure as code platform which allows users to incorporate familiar programming languages into their IaC workflows. We’ll take a look at a hypothetical organization consisting of operations and developers and show how Pulumi can make deploying infrastructure easy for everyone.

Pulumi

Lee Briggs

Lee Briggs is a Staff Software Engineer at Pulumi. With almost 10 years of experience designing, building and maintaining distributed and complex systems, he wears the scars of many deployment tools. When he’s not trying to fit monolithic applications into containers, he playing and watching Soccer and walks with his family and dog, Cindy.

Lee Briggs is a Staff Software Engineer at Pulumi. With almost 10 years of experience designing, building and maintaining distributed and complex systems, he wears the scars of many deployment tools. When he’s not trying to fit monolithic applications into containers, he playing and watching Soccer and walks with his family and dog, Cindy.