The concept of infrastructure as code (IaC), where computing infrastructure is managed and configured by automation rather than through manual processing, has been around for a while. Mark Burgess’ work on CFEngine, an open source configuration management system dating back to 1993, laid the groundwork, while DevOps.com introduced its readers to the concept back in May 2014. But what does the landscape look like in 2016?
Kief Morris (left) is cloud practice lead at ThoughtWorks, and author of Infrastructure as Code (the opening extract you can exclusively read here). The book discusses the different approaches …read more
Source:: Cloud Computing News