Build from scratch or update a cloud-based infrastructure. Then, make the most of it with security, flexibility, resilience, and savings. Developers can create components in a secure and scalable way and have full autonomy during a business application. They don’t need to understand “build and run,” which is getting more complex by the day. The goal is to allow the tech professional to focus on the business characteristics and create value during optimization. Spending a team’s energy on defining the structure and architecture for the application of each microservice can be a waste of energy.

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GitOps holds all the relevant information for an application’s infrastructure in one place. The essential knowledge obtained with the project is stored in the application’s git repository, which ensures more consistency in the infrastructure environment and makes it easier to create value for all applications in a system. We can think of GitOps as a sum of Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Deployment (CD), and Infrastructure as Code (IaC).

During the reconciliation process, GitOps acts as an auditor, checking if every infrastructure operation is happening according to the specified code. For instance, if there is an intentional reduction in the number of servers, the reconciliation will check if the number of servers in execution is the same as specified in the code. GitOps will create the necessary instance to adjust the difference if they are not aligned.

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