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Infrastructure as code!
A single Terraform Provider for AWS, Azure, GCP, and OCI
Enterprises are leveraging the multi-lingual capabilities of the Aviatrix Controller and Multi-Cloud Terraform Provider to streamline multi-cloud infrastructure as code automation.
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Infrastructure as Code Automation for Muti-Cloud Networking
Day 1 – Wednesday, October 14th at 10:00am Pacific Time
Day 2 – Thursday, October 15th at 10:05am Pacific Time
As enterprises bring mission critical infrastructure to the cloud, it is imperative for cloud networking teams to embrace Infrastructure as Code automation and other DevOps practices such as source control and CI/CD pipelines for rapid deployment, replication, test, and update cycles. In this Lightning Talk, Aviatrix will show why enterprises are leveraging its multi-cloud network platform and Terraform Provider across AWS, Azure, Google, and Oracle clouds. Learn how to achieve the simplicity and automation DevOps teams expect in cloud, while also providing the advanced networking and security features, visibility, and control IT operations teams require to monitor, troubleshoot, and comply with corporate and regulatory security and audit requirements.
In just 15 minutes we will:
- Introduce the Aviatrix cloud network platform
- Demonstrate the Aviatrix Multi-Cloud Terraform Provider
- Share examples of Terraform modular code used to build an Enterprise grade multi-cloud network in less than 30 minutes
- Demonstrate how Aviatrix Transit Networking complements HashiCorp Consul deployments
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“It took us one week to build a global multi-cloud network with Aviatrix...That's insane! That same network is still operational as our test infrastructure today.”Dr. Michael Weber
Senior Manager of Traffic Engineering for Splunk Cloud