Collaboration lies at the center of infrastructure as code (IaC), driving organizations to focus on how their tools and platforms are assigned and how they are improving collaboration across the organization. Having a platform that allows teams to work together and coordinate work better results in improved IaC outcomes. Rob Hirschfeld, CEO and Co-Founder of RackN, feels this is where Digital Rebar is valuable. The platform, which allows organizations to reuse automation from outside the organization or across teams means customers can replicate success site to site or team to team. Hirschfeld goes into more details in this video on how Digital Rebar helps organizations reuse automation encouraging collaboration.
About Rob Hirschfeld: Rob has been in the cloud and infrastructure space for 20 years and has done everything from start-ups working with early ESX betas to serving four terms on the OpenStack Foundation Board and as an executive at Dell. As leader on the2030.cloud, he believes that the technology of running data centers and applications on cloud is just part of the bigger story. He trained as an Industrial Engineer and carries a passion for applying Lean and Agile processes to software delivery. Rob has received degrees from Duke University and Louisiana State University.
About RackN: RackN was founded with the vision of operators working together to improve IT operations through shared software and community regardless of infrastructure type. The company believes that operators should be able to maintain control, consistency and choice over their infrastructure without requiring prescriptive appliances or managed offerings.
The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.