|Infrastructure as Code, Patterns and Practices (Manning)|
|Wednesday, 28 September 2022|
This book explains how to automate infrastructure by applying changes in a codified manner. Using examples in Python and Terraform, Rosemary Wang shows how to create, test, and deploy infrastructure components in a way that’s easy to scale and share across an entire organization.
The book is full of flexible automation techniques that work whether you’re managing your personal projects or making live network changes across a large enterprise. A system administrator or infrastructure engineer will learn essential software development practices for managing IaC, while developers will benefit from in-depth coverage of assembling infrastructure as part of DevOps culture. While the patterns and techniques are tool agnostic, the easy-to-follow examples are in Python and Terraform.
Author: Rosemary Wang
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