Scaling Terraform Configurations

Greek Intermediate INFRA

As organizations grow, so does the complexity of their infrastructure needs. Scaling infrastructure requires careful planning and strategic implementation to ensure smooth transitions and sustainable growth. However, without a clear roadmap, teams often find themselves grappling with issues like rigid configurations, duplication, and difficulty in managing multiple environments. In this talk, you will explore the progression of Terraform configurations, from basic setups to scalable systems. Specifically, you will learn about: - The challenges of monolithic Terraform setups and strategies to overcome them - The importance of modularization and agility in scaling Terraform configurations, and how to leverage these to build scalable, resilient systems - Key tools and methodologies that streamline code development, testing, and deployment Attendees can expect to gain insights into the evolution of Terraform configurations, armed with practical strategies and best practices. By the end of the session, they'll be equipped to architect robust and scalable Terraform configurations that adapt to the evolving needs of their organizations.


Christos Galanopoulos

DevOps Engineer | Microsoft MVP

Christos is a DevOps engineer and a Microsoft Azure Infrastructure as Code and DevOps MVP. He is a graduate of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, where he earned a degree in Informatics and Telecommunications. Moreover, Christos is a proactive and results-driven professional with a proven track record of delivering high-quality solutions in fast-paced environments, providing a solid background in architecting, automating, and optimizing complex infrastructures. Beyond his professional pursuits, Christos actively contributes to the tech community through his blog, open-source projects, and public speaking. He has authored cli tools like biceps-docs and bruh, and spoken to events like Global Azure Athens and Azureheads. As an advocate for continuous learning, he stays engaged with the community, embodying a philosophy of perpetual curiosity. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and helping others to grow and thrive in the tech industry.

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