Infrastructure as Code
Security as Code
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and Security as Code are two concepts that have gained popularity in the field of software development and operations. They both involve using code and automation to manage and maintain infrastructure and security configurations, respectively.
Our role implies to write the machine readable configuration files or scrips that describe the desired state of our business customer's infrastructure but also to define, configure and enforce security measures throughout the application's life cycle. We use tools like Terraform, AWS CloudFormation or Ansible .

Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
Security as Code

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Our way of working shifts security considerations leftward in the development cycle, making security an integral part of the development process rather than an afterthought.

Key benefits for which we advise our business clients to use IaC and imposing Security as Code
  1. Consistency
  2. Reproducibility
  3. Scalabilty
  4. Collaboration
  5. Compliance, Auditing and Documentation
  6. Guardrails
  7. Early Identification of Vulnerabilities
  8. Consistent Security Configurations
  9. Rapid Response to Security Threats


By codifying infrastructure configurations, you can ensure consistency across different environments (e.g., development, staging, production) and reduce configuration drift.


Infrastructure can be easily recreated or replicated using the same configuration files, which makes it easier to set up new environments or recover from failures.


IaC tools can automatically scale infrastructure resources based on demand, making it easier to handle increased workload or traffic.


Infrastructure configurations can be version-controlled, shared, and collaboratively developed, enabling teams to work together more efficiently.

Compliance, Auditing and Documentation

Infrastructure code serves as documentation, making it easier to understand and track changes over time. It also facilitates compliance audits. also, Security as Code makes it easier to implement and enforce security policies and regulatory compliance requirements, as well as to demonstrate compliance during audits.


By integrating IaC within a pipeline, you restrict the number of people that need elevated privileges to create/update/delete infrastructure, hence greatly increase security.

Early Identification of Vulnerabilities

Integrating security practices into the development process allows for early identification and mitigation of security vulnerabilities and weaknesses.

Consistent Security Configurations

By codifying security controls, you can ensure that security configurations are consistent across different environments, reducing the risk of misconfigurations.

Rapid Response to Security Threats

Automation enables faster response and remediation to security incidents or emerging threats, reducing the impact and downtime.