Discover the best practices of Cloud resource with Steven Murawski and Foteini Savvidou, utilizing the Carnegie Mellon University Microsoft Learn Module. Automating your cloud resource management can increase productivity, sustainability, and the scalability of your services. In this session led by Steven Murawski, Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, and Microsoft Student Ambassador, Foteini Savvidou will explain the concept of Infrastructure-as-Code and discuss the advantages that it offers over ordinary scripting. They will then go on to show how to automate cloud resource management with infrastructure-as-code tools like Terraform and explore its role as an infrastructure orchestrator They will describe how it differs from conventional configuration management practices.
During this session You will walk through principles and hands on demonstrations and walk away with tools and best practices for your cloud management strategy.
Steven Murawski, Principal Cloud Advocate, Microsoft Steven Murawski is a Principal Cloud Advocate focused on DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering, and other modern operational concepts. Steven is a founding member of the League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates). Steven has worked on both the Dev and Ops sides of the house, most recently as a Principal Engineer at Chef, building tools for operating applications and infrastructure at scale and velocity. Blog https://devblogs.microsoft.com/devops/author/stmurawsmicrosoft-com/
Foteini Savvidou, Microsoft Student Ambassador Foteini Savvidou is an Electrical and Computer Engineering student at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. She is interested in software engineering, data science, AI and especially in applications of technology in healthcare and education. Always passionate about teaching, Foteini helps people expand their technical skills through organizing workshops and writes articles on her blog. Her goal is to use technology to promote accessibility, digital and social inclusion.