Developers Are Putting Pressure on Infrastructure Teams to Modernize

Episode 558 · December 23rd, 2019 · 30 mins

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Left. Left. Left, left, left. There’s no doubt the entire software development lifecycle is marching left. Now developers say shape up or we’ll ship it all ourselves.

Not only is DevOps seeing infrastructure teams sitting in on meetings with developers, it’s seeing software development best practices influencing the future of IT. And Infrastructure as Code may help it happen sooner.

The New Stack founder and publisher Alex Williams sat down at the IFX infrastructure conference with one of the companies looking to apply the speed, delivery, and, most importantly, the resilience built into software teams to the infrastructure side. After over a decade at Microsoft followed by more than a year at AWS, Luke Hoban, CTO of Pulumi, was ready to build something that helps developers work with the cloud. The way to bridge the chasm and bring the application development and infrastructure on either side closer together.

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