Infrastructure as code (IaC) is an essential element of building cloud environments. It is a DevOps practice of codifying and automating infrastructure processes that enables delivering stable environments rapidly and at scale.
The IaC approach allows for applying principles of software development to IT infrastructure management, including versioning, testing and continuous integration. With infrastructure elements defined in code, your team can deploy new environments using predefined templates, easily update and have them reproduced as many times as needed.
The automation of operational tasks makes your team more agile and effective.
Our approach to building cloud environments hinges on two main principles: Infrastructure as code (IaC) and DevOps design patterns embodied in cluster.dev.
Over the years, SHALB has developed a comprehensive knowledge of cloud-based environments and understanding the dynamics of its development. It is this experience that inspired us with the idea of cluster.dev that could help automate a large part of DevOps services that we offer.
Cluster.dev is an open-source infrastructure orchestration framework. It uses design patterns and technologies that we have used in our practice before to good effect. In particular, it allows engineers to easily configure cloud-native stacks and have at once: environments described as code with proven default settings, and complete with operational dashboards, logging and monitoring out-of-the-box.
Powerful templating capabilities simplify the tasks of DevOps and SRE teams that involve deployment and testing in complex environments. With cluster.dev you can spin up a fully configured, production-ready infrastructure within a few minutes. Best-in-class automation and proven practices guarantee availability, scalability, and compliance with the most demanding data security and privacy standards.
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