The Next Step after DevOps and GitOps Is Cloud Engineering, Pulumi Says. If we going to treat infrastructure as code, shouldn’t infrastructure engineers have access to the same tools that make software engineers productive and even the same languages?
If we going to treat infrastructure as code, shouldn’t infrastructure engineers have access to the same tools that make software engineers productive and even the same languages? That’s the theory behind Pulumi, which has just released version 3 of its open source platform.
What founder and CEO Joe Duffy, calls a “cloud engineering platform” is an attempt to “distill a lot of the lessons learned from helping developers build modern cloud applications, helping infrastructure teams increasingly apply engineering disciplines to the way they’re doing infrastructure and help the entire team really ship faster with confidence.”
“People are realizing the only way to keep up with the pace of the modern cloud and the level of innovation is to empower developers to be more self serve but also learn from the past decades in software engineering and apply that to the way we’re doing infrastructure.”
“Not everybody can spend two years going on the journey of figuring out how to do cloud engineering: we want to make sure that everybody has access to this on day one.”
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