IaC

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a DevOps practice that uses code to manage and provision infrastructure, such as servers, storage, and networks. It allows for version control, testing, and automation of infrastructure configuration and management. Examples of IaC tools include Terraform, Ansible, and Puppet.

Automating Resource Provisioning for Cloud-Native Applications

Resource provisioning is the process of allocating and configuring the necessary resources for a given application or workload. In the context of cloud-native applications, this process is often automated using Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools such as Terraform or CloudFormation. Automating resource provisioning allows for faster deployment, easier scaling, and more consistent environments. Benefits of …

IaC and Configuration Management: How They Work Together

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and Configuration Management (CM) are two important practices in DevOps that work together to automate the provisioning, configuration, and management of infrastructure. IaC is the practice of describing the infrastructure in a programmatic way, using code, while CM is the practice of managing and maintaining the desired state of the infrastructure. …