Terraform and K8s: is Terraform enough?

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About the webinar

Let’s talk Infrastructure as Code (IaC), Terraform and K8s!

There’s no dispute: Terraform is a great tool to deploy immutable infrastructure.

But there’s much more to consider when managing the full lifecycle of K8s at scale, especially across multiple operating environments: governance and RBAC, edge and bare metal locations, as well as day-2 operations (to name but a few).

In this 45-minute webinar, Spectro Cloud Sr. Solutions Architect Vinnie Ramirez will talk about the importance of treating infrastructure as code, what declarative management is all about, and how you can extend the value of your familiar Terraform workflow to include the Palette platform.

If you're in an IT Ops, Platform or DevOps engineering role with responsibility for K8s and are already using or planning to use Terraform, don't miss this session!

What you'll learn

  • An overview of HashiCorp’s Terraform and how it can deploy K8s clusters for day-0 and day-2, in public clouds and private datacenters.
  • K8s operations essentials that Terraform may not be the best tool to handle — from software deployment/configuration into K8s, to bare metal and edge deployments, to config drift.
  • How to fill the gap by using Terraform with Palette for complete K8s management
  • Demo: Using the Spectro Cloud Terraform provider to deploy K8s clusters and containerized applications into K8s in public clouds and other operating targets.

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Vincent Ramirez
Vincent Ramirez
Solutions Architect

Vinnie Ramirez is a Solutions Architect at Spectro Cloud. Vinnie is passionate about working with companies to understand their technology goals in the area of public and private cloud infrastructure. In his 20+ years of experience, Vinnie has worked in a variety of enterprise IT roles to include datacenter management, storage, virtualization, backup, disaster recovery, business continuity, cloud platforms, & infrastructure automation solutions. He also likes getting away from the screen to ride mountain bikes or hiking on desert trails.