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Infrastructure as Code

Why do you need infrastructure as code.

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a critical practice in the modern IT landscape, fundamentally transforming how infrastructure is provisioned and managed. By treating infrastructure—servers, networks, virtual machines, load balancers, and connection topology—in the same way as application code, IaC allows developers and system administrators to automatically manage, monitor, and provision resources through code rather than using manual processes.

The adoption of IaC offers significant advantages, such as speed and efficiency in deploying infrastructure, consistency across development, staging, and production environments, and the reduction of human error in configuration tasks.

It facilitates rapid scaling and adaptation to changing needs without sacrificing reliability or security. With IaC, entire environments can be replicated, tested, and deployed in a matter of minutes, providing a repeatable and standardized process.

Moreover, IaC supports DevOps practices by fostering collaboration between development and operations teams, enhancing the continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines. This integration results in quicker iterations, faster time to market, and more resilient infrastructure, aligning closely with business objectives and operational requirements.

Here is how we do it:

Configuration Management

Configuration management with Terraform enables efficient infrastructure provisioning and management. By using Terraform’s declarative language, we define and version infrastructure as code, ensuring consistency and repeatability. This approach allows for seamless collaboration and rapid iterations, supporting our agile practices and maintaining tech excellence.

With Terraform, infrastructure changes are tracked and auditable, ensuring reliable and scalable environments for our projects.

Change Management

Change management with Terraform ensures controlled and efficient updates to infrastructure. Using Terraform’s declarative language, changes are defined, reviewed, and versioned as code, promoting transparency and collaboration. This process enables precise tracking of modifications and quick rollbacks if needed.

By integrating Terraform into our workflow, we maintain agility, uphold tech excellence, and ensure stable and reliable infrastructure for our projects.

Version Controlled Infrastructure

Version-controlled infrastructure, achieved through tools like Terraform, ensures consistency and reliability across environments. By managing infrastructure as code, we can track changes, collaborate effectively, and quickly roll back to previous versions if needed.

This approach promotes transparency, facilitates auditing, and aligns with our agile methodologies, supporting our commitment to delivering high-quality, resilient infrastructure solutions.

Integration with CI/CD

Integrating infrastructure as code (IaC) with CI/CD pipelines enhances automation and efficiency. By embedding tools like Terraform within CI/CD workflows, we automate the provisioning and management of infrastructure alongside application deployment.

This ensures consistent environments, rapid iterations, and seamless rollbacks, fostering agility and maintaining tech excellence. This approach aligns infrastructure changes with application updates, delivering reliable and high-quality solutions.

Here are the tools we use for infrastructure as code:

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