Once you start deploying cloud applications at scale and managing lots of infrastructures, you need repeatability, you need automation. The manual processes that might’ve worked when you’re just exploring and getting up and running no longer work at scale when you have either lots of applications, complex infrastructure architectures, a larger team and a lot of people who need to collaborate. Infrastructure as code allows you to use familiar code techniques, code-oriented techniques, to version your infrastructure. In this interview Joe Duffy, co-founder and CEO of Pulumi talks about modern infrastructure as code and the work Pulumi is doing in this space.

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