Developing Secure and Reliable CI/CD Pipelines for Cloud Infrastructure Deployments

English Intermediate DEVOPS

Utilizing Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines and methodologies has become a customary practice for managing application code over time. However, extending these principles to our cloud Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) presents a compelling opportunity. In this presentation, we'll delve into the adaptation of CI/CD practices to streamline the deployment of our cloud infrastructure. We'll examine the influence of our preferred IaC tool on deployment methodologies, discuss strategies for integrating testing into our pipelines to guarantee the accuracy of deployments, incorporate security measures to uphold compliance and governance standards, and explore various nuances of IaC and CI/CD tools.


Priya Salwan


With over 10 years of experience in the technology sector, Priya Salwan is a seasoned professional renowned for expertise in cloud solutions. Currently serving as an Azure App Innovation Solution Architect with Microsoft, they specialize in crafting innovative solutions tailored to clients' needs. Their comprehensive understanding of Azure enables them to design secure and scalable architectures, facilitating clients' digital transformation journeys. Throughout their career, they have consistently delivered exceptional results, earning a reputation for excellence and driving impactful change in various industries.

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