Infrastructure as Code could be game-changing for your business: Learn more with Google Cloud

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Webcast Finding and retaining the best developers is always a tall order. It’s no surprise that smart organisations strive to make the most of their workers’ valuable time, as barrages of projects compete for their attention.

Could a move towards infrastructure-as-code change the game, and free your developers’ energies to focus on driving innovation? Can pure code manage applications and bring automation to the burdensome task of configuration?

If you want to help ensure your developers’ dynamism is best served by your infrastructure, tune in to our webcast at 12 noon GMT on 5 November to hear Greg DeMichillie, Director of Developer Strategy at Google Cloud, and Jesse McLaughlin, Chief Technology Officer of online travel platform Loveholidays, talk to The Register’s Jon Collins about the cutting-edge infrastructure technologies that can lighten a developer’s load.

The discussion will cover topics including:

  • What infrastructure-as-code could mean for your organisation’s architecture and operations.
  • How cutting-edge technologies, such as serverless and containerised infrastructure, can boost productivity.
  • How to avoid lock-in when you enter a serverless world.

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