BitOps is an open source Docker image created by Bitovi that bundles popular deployment tools with the understanding of what to do with an operations repository. This coupling makes it easier than ever to set up the automated deployment of cloud infrastructure. However, BitOps requires an operations repository to work its magic.
This is part 2 of a BitOps tutorial series:
Defining infrastructure as code repositories to handle complex systems with automated pipelines is difficult to manage at scale. BitOps is a solution to describe your infrastructure and the artifacts deployed onto that infrastructure for multiple environments in a single place called an Operations Repo. It was created and open-sourced by Bitovi.
This is part 1 of a BitOps tutorial series:
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