What are virtual machines?
Virtual Machines are virtualizations/emulations of a computer system that execute entire operating systems. Cloud providers offer on-demand virtual machines with a selection of processor, storage, networking, and operating system configurations with a variety of payment models.
On AWS, you can provision virtual machines through Amazon EC2.
On Azure, you can provision virtual machines through Azure Virtual Machines.
On Google Cloud, you can provision virtual machines through Google Compute Engine.
Building and deploying virtual machines on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud
Infrastructure as code is an efficient and repeatable way of building a serverless application with programming languages and deploying the website to your preferred cloud.
Programming Languages: Define infrastructure as code in your favorite language instead of domain-specific languages or clicking through cloud consoles.
Unified Function and Infrastructure Code: Manage cloud function code and infrastructure code together in a single program.
Fast, Easy Deployment: Quickly deploy your infrastructure with a CLI or from a CI/CD workflow.
Rapid Development: Author, version, test, and release infrastructure changes just like software.