Replay on-demand online: Can you boost productivity with infrastructure as code?

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Webcast Skilled developers are a valuable asset – so how do you make the most of their time as constant requests and projects compete for their attention?

Could a move to infrastructure-as-code help set your developers free, and introduce fresh dynamism and innovation to your organisation? Can applications be managed by pure code, bringing automation to the time-consuming task of configuration?

We recently invited Greg DeMichillie, Director of Developer Strategy at Google Cloud, and Jesse McLaughlin, Chief Technology Officer of online travel platform Loveholidays, to talk to The Register’s own Jon Collins about the cutting-edge infrastructure technologies that can lighten a developer’s load.

Here are some of the topics covered in the discussion:

  • How adopting infrastructure-as-code could impact an organisation’s architecture and operations.
  • How technologies, such as serverless and containerised infrastructure, are boosting productivity.
  • How to avoid lock-in when you enter a serverless world.

Catch up with the webcast if you want to learn how your IT infrastructure can bring out the best in your developers. Registration is right here.

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