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Wednesday, April 1 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Gluing KUDO and Infrastructure as Code Together with Terraform

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KUDO provides a toolkit for orchestrating the management of individual applications. Does not provide tools and hooks for orchestrating related/dependent Instances.

Terraform is an open source infrastructure as code tool that provisions and manages infrastructure by reading HCL configuration files that define the desired topology of infrastructure resources. Terraform is able to understand when two resources have a dependency relationship since HCL allows for the output of one resource to be the input of another resource. When Terraform creates and updates these resources it ensures the dependee resources are updated and healthy before updating the dependent resource.

The KUDO Terraform Provider allows for the management of KUDO Operator, OperatorVersion and Instance resources in Terraform modules. By creating this provider, KUDO resources can be integrated into existing GitOps pipelines, and KUDO Instances can be connected to more easily provide connection information between dependency relationships.

In this presentation we will demonstrate the deployment and updates of a multi-tierd application running on a Kubernetes cluster in AWS, completely managed by Terraform and a GitOps workflow.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Runyon

Tom Runyon

Cloud Consultant, Runyon Solutions
Tom is a cloud consultant providing expertise to application operation teams deploying and running applications in production and expertise to infrastructure teams declaratively managing infrastructure  to meet business requirements.


Wednesday April 1, 2020 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
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