Managing Servers in the Cloud
In his book, Infrastructure as Code, Kief Morris explains how you can take advantage of technologies like cloud, virtualization and configuration automation to manage IT infrastructure using tools and practices from software development.
These technologies have decoupled infrastructure from the underlying hardware, turning it into data and code.
Free yourself from routine tasks like setting up and updating servers. Forget about the struggle of keeping all your servers consistently configured and up to date with system patches. And start spending your time on more important projects and initiatives that will really make a difference to your organization.
Infrastructure as code is a necessary capability if you're moving to a serious adoption of microservices. Infrastructure as code techniques scale effectively to manage large clusters of servers, both in configuring the servers and specifying how they should interact.— Martin Fowler
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|TBA||London||United Kingdom||London InfraCoders|
|13-15 Jun||NYC||United States||QCON|
|24/25 Jun||London||United Kingdom||Lead Dev Conference|
|30/1 Jun/Jul||London||United Kingdom||DevOps Enterprise Summit|
|14 Jul||Manchester||United Kingdom||XConf|
|18 Aug||SF||United States||Book Launch with author Kief Morris|
|30 Aug||Denver||United States||Book Launch with author Kief Morris|
|20 Sep||NYC||United States||Velocity NY|
|27 Sep||Portland||United States||AutomaCon Portland|
|14-16 Nov||Berlin||Germany||GOTO conference|