Join Us: Agile IT with IaC

Plenty of enterprises are digitally transforming their operations, and infrastructure as code (IaC) can play a pivotal role in the journey. With IaC, operations teams can automatically manage and provision through code, rather than using a manual process. Much in the same way software developers use application platforms, they can implement DevOps principles such as continuous integration, automated testing, code review, and upgrades for infrastructure deployment. As part of our webinar series on defining and implementing a simplified, fully automated private cloud, we next explore delivering agile IT through automation and IaC. In this October 10 webinar, you’ll learn how to effectively develop and deliver a cloud-native platform and cloud-ready infrastructure using IaC concepts.

IaC is key to accelerating application delivery, with the possibility of reducing delivery from weeks to hours. IaC lets operational teams easily provision across environments, providing granular control, enhanced security, and repeatability—all with low risk.

Presenters Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, principal cloud architect here at Red Hat and Stephane Lefrere, director of Red Hat’s Cloud Infrastructure Practice, will share how to:

  • Align IaC with your principles, practices, and goals
  • Identify common challenges and use cases for infrastructure as code
  • Evaluate a dynamic infrastructure solution

We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, October 10 at 10:00 a.m. Central Time U.S. to learn more about how IaC can help you accelerate application deliver for your organization. Register today!

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