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Wednesday, October 9 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Using Terraform to Securely Build, Deploy, and Detect Drift in your Cloud Environments

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Terraform has gained a lot of attention due to its ability to define "infrastructure as code." While it simplifies and enables version controlling of our infrastructure, how should we integrate these tools into build pipelines? How do we do it in a least-privileged manner (reducing blast radius if something happened)? How can we automatically detect when our infrastructure has drifted from our configuration, either intentionally or maliciously? And how can we share best practices more easily across our organizations? In this workshop, we will learn (in a hands-on manner) best practices for each of these in a simple project environment utilizing AWS. While Terraform experience is recommended, it is not required. All are welcome to attend!

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Michael Irwin

Application Architect, Virginia Tech
Michael Irwin is an Application Architect at Virginia Tech who is striving to modernize how software is developed and run on campus by driving the adoption of Docker-based workloads, CI/CD pipelines, the public cloud, single-page applications, and more. He is a recognized Docker Captain... Read More →

Wednesday October 9, 2019 1:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
Appalachian C