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Infrastructure As A Code

Infrastructure as a Code

Management of IT infrastructure has always been a complex undertaking. System administrators had to manually configure and manage the software as well as the hardware to get the apps up and operating in a normal setup. This strategy worked successfully when the amount of infrastructure to be controlled was little, despite its cumbersome nature.

Maintaining infrastructure has become a question of managing several tiny instances at once rather than a few large ones as infrastructure has grown in size. Because modern infrastructure is cyclical, it is necessary to modify the way it is designed, built, configured, managed, and maintained. Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a solution to this problem

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a process for provisioning and maintaining IT infrastructures like networks, load balancers, virtual machines, data centres, and connection topologies in a descriptive model utilizing machine-readable description files and versioning, which the DevOps team uses as source code. As a result, the use of interactive configuration tools or actual hardware configuration is rendered superfluous.

The traditional approach to manually maintaining IT infrastructure had limitations. These problems will only get worse as the infrastructure around us grows in size.

  • Infrastructure as a measure of speed

    Code speeds up the process by allowing customers to build up infrastructure in the shortest amount of time possible by just running a script. This may be done in any environment, from development to QA, production, and staging, to improve the efficiency of the entire development lifecycle.

  • Accountability

    Because Infrastructure as Code configuration files may be versioned just like any other source code file, any configuration’s influence is totally transparent. This transparency aids in generating accountability for what works and what doesn’t.

  • Consistency

    By eliminating the requirement for manual infrastructure handling, the risk of human error is reduced. That means there are no inconsistencies, errors, or omissions in the design, deployment, or management of infrastructure. The configuration files serve as a single point of entry. These can be used multiple times without causing issues.

Our automation experts are proficient in multiple IaC tools to help you scale in the mode you prefer.

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