Sophia Parafina

Sophia Parafina

Technical Marketing Manager

Three Infrastructure as Code Blog Posts You Should Read

Three Infrastructure as Code Blog Posts You Should Read

We are always excited when people join the Infrastructure as Code community and write about their experiences. Pulumi can be used for a range of common tasks such as standardizing VPC builds, building VSphere virtual machines, or deploying your infrastructure from a CI/CD pipeline. Whether it’s TypeScript, JavaScript, or Python you can build your infrastructure with your language and tools of choice. Here are three new blog posts that show how to use Pulumi with code examples to perform these tasks.

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Continuous Delivery on Octopus Deploy using Pulumi

Continuous Delivery on Octopus Deploy using Pulumi

Continuous delivery is about making changes in your application and getting them into production securely, quickly, and consistently. Pulumi’s infrastructure as code approach uses source code to model cloud resources, making it ideal for continuous delivery. Your infrastructure code can share the same process as your application code including running unit and integration tests, performing code reviews via Pull Requests, and examining your infrastructure using linters or static analysis tools.

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