Deep Dive: Infrastructure as Code

| April 10, 2015

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Many AWS customers have adopted a DevOps model for faster and more reliable software delivery. Applying software engineering best practices such as revision control and continuous delivery to your infrastructure is essential for adopting DevOps. In this session, find out how CloudFormation and associated AWS tools allow you to leverage a DevOps model by treating infrastructure as code and applying software engineering best practices to your AWS infrastructure.

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