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A deep dive into Internet infrastructure, plus a rare visit to a subsea cable landing site.

The goal of this article is to help you focus on the value that your solution provides to your users, while minimizing the time and money spent geeking out on infrastructure.

Twitter came of age when hardware from physical enterprise vendors ruled the data center. Since then we’ve continually engineered and refreshed our fleet to take advantage of the latest open standards in technology and hardware efficiency in order to deliver the best possible experience.

Infrastructure-as-Code (IAC) represents the point where these two concepts—automation and virtualization—come together. It has been one of the most exciting computing developments in recent memory and has had a transformative impact for devs that hasn’t been seen for quite some time.