In this tutorial, we will learn 2021 IaC Forecast: 5 Predictions for the Upcoming Year. I am going to gather all the discussions I had last year with customers and will craft my predictions on how DevOps and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2021.
I would like to start a tradition — I am going to gather all the discussions I had last year with customers and will craft my predictions on how DevOps and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2021. As most of my discussions with customers are always focused around Infrastructure as Code (IaC), this is where I feel I can most accurately speculate.
The world of automation has changed in the past year, remote work, support of remote business, the new digital era, and pandemic constraints will force infrastructure and code automations to level up in 2021. All in all, it is clear that the direction is more automation and less manual work.
So here is a sample of what we are about to see in the upcoming year:
More Code, Less ClickOps
More IaC, Less Configuration Management Tools for Provisioning
More Ansible, Less Chef and Puppet
More Terraform and Pulumi, Less Cloudformation and ARM
More IaC Management Dedicated Solutions, Less Abuse of CI for That
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