Al giorno d'oggi, ancor più con l'avvento del cloud, il perimetro dello sviluppo di un'applicazione non si limita alla mera scrittura del codice applicativo, ma deve avere a che fare con un aspetto fondamentale chiamato "automazione". Terraform è lo strumento più diffuso per l'automazione dell'infrastruttura e in questa sessione vedremo come iniziare ad usarlo: dalle basi ad Azure
Software craftsman, husband, father, ex-sportsman and inquiring reader. Since I was young I have loved taking apart and reassembling things to understand how they work. Now, this passion has become my job: the step from Lego® to software development was small. Finding the best possible solution so that a complex system can work at its best and making it run smoothly are the goals of my work. C#, ESB, MongoDb and Azure make up my survival toolkit and help me cruise through distributed systems and enterprise solutions, with ease. Be it a command or an event, I try to do my best in contributing to the life of the communities that have adopted me, trying to “give back” at least a part of what I have received over these years.
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