Pulumi is an open source platform for building and deploying cloud infrastructure and applications, in your favorite language and on any cloud. If you think that YAML at the end it's not so cool and you want to "code" you are in the right place. During this talk we will see many examples related to Microsoft Azure, learning the Pulumi object model, stacks and resources. Give it a try, it's a really funny way to deploy and update your cloud infrastructure without getting crazy!
Senior R&D Software Developer at Elfo. I worked several years for advertising and cinema companies using Maya and Python. Currently I work mainly with C# with special interest in mobile applications. UWP and Xamarin Certified Developer. 3D, mountains and photography enthusiast! Married with Federica, we have a golden retriever, Mila.
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