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Shoreline adds Terraform integration to automate the production operations remediations

Shoreline, the Incident Automation company, is adding a Terraform Provider to deliver infrastructure-as-code for its production operations. Teams can now handle remediation with the same Terraform workflow that they use to provision and manage infrastructure.

By adding Shoreline's Terraform provider, customers can automate the testing, configuration, and deployment of their production operations remediations just as they do for their other artifacts.

This ensures engineering best practices including code reviews, test pipelines, and version control. Shoreline handles the deploying of scripts and logic so remediations run consistently across VMs and containers.

With Shoreline and Terraform, SREs can create remediations in minutes, not months as required by hand-coding, according to the vendor.

Each remediation is deployed consistently across VMs and containers, even as they come and go. Remediations set up control loops, with metrics and alarms calculated each second, executing actions as needed. This reduces MTTD and MTTR to seconds, reduces SRE toil, and improves availability.

SREs are using Shoreline to automatically rotate expiring certificates, grow filling disks, purge old Docker images, collect stuck JVM diagnostics, identify unauthorized resource usage, handle stuck Argo workflows, repair unhealthy CoreDNS nodes, and more—all with simple one-liners, using the Linux commands and scripts they already know, in real time, and executed fleet-wide in seconds.

Shoreline provides these as Op Packs delivered as Terraform modules containing all the metrics, alarms, actions, bots, and scripts needed. SREs can deploy these as is, modify as needed, or create their own.

For more information about this news, visit https://shoreline.io/.

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