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Azure Infrastructure as Code Workshop

Azure Infrastructure as Code Workshop

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DURATION: 2 1/2 hours

The hardest part of Kubernetes is setting up the infrastructure: clusters, DNS, firewalls, load balancers, IAM, storage, logging, and performance monitoring, often spanning private, public, and hybrid cloud architectures.

In this workshop, Luke Hoban and the Pulumi team show you how to tackle these challenges using Infrastructure as Code (IaC) through a series of hands-on labs. The techniques work for any cloud — Azure, AWS, and GCP. You’ll be able to leverage your favorite languages including Python, Go, JavaScript, TypeScript, and C# instead of YAML or domain-specific languages.

After completing this workshop, you’ll be up and running with IaC fundamentals, modern application architectures across many clouds, and Kubernetes best-practices that are ready for production environments. You’ll also be ready to empower your development teams to be more productive — continuously deploying both their applications and infrastructure.

Presenters
  • Luke Hoban
    CTO, Pulumi

Join us to learn:

  • Infrastructure as Code fundamentals.
  • Multi cloud architectures for modern applications.
  • Kubernetes best practices for production environments.

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