Community workshop: Asynchronous and parallel programming concepts using C#

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Location: International Hotel, Iasi
Cost: Free
Stefan Caraiman - Senior DevOps Engineer
Gabriel Ichim - DevOps Consultant
Schedule: Saturday, 28 March
Welcome: 13:30 – 14:00
Workshop: 14:00 – 18:00

*Hands-On experience, you need your laptop.

About the trainers

Stefan Caraiman
Stefan started working as a Python developer on various opensource projects from the Openstack platform. He found out how easily Python can combine with the DevOps mindset and made the switch to becoming a DevOps Engineer. Besides Python, his other "sweet tooth" technologies are Continous Integration, Delivery and Deployment, Golang, Linux quirks and anything "as Code" related.
You can find more of his random thoughts on his blog at
Gabriel Ichim
Gabriel started out as a system administrator in the web hosting industry but quickly discovered how valuable DevOps practices are in the IT world.
He has been working on building the cloud architecture for several governmental applications while automating the processes along the way. He's eager to find solutions for complex technical challenges and keeps looking for better ways to optimize the workflow of any applications.


Even though the modern cloud infrastructure that we have all around us nowadays is a lot more complex and diverse than what we used to have years ago, this brought up various issues along side it. Such as making it harder to maintain an infrastructure just by hand and clicking around in a portal, taking more time and making it more error prone.

This is where tools such as Terraform can be a real life saver. Although Infrastructure as Code is a fairly new solution, it has quickly caught on across organizations across the world, due to its flexibility and power.

In this workshop we will learn the ropes of Terraform, how it can help us create an infrastructure from scratch, modify it, scale it and even delete it.


Beginner level


Basic Linux knowledge
Basic Git knowledge
Terraform CLI installed on the local machine
Git installed on the local machine
OpenVPN installed on the local machine


1. Check the local setup
2. HashiCorp Terraform 101
3. First configuration file and Terraform concepts: Resources, Providers, Variables / Inputs, Outputs, Provisioners, State / backend
4. CLI walkthrough
5. Setting up an infrastructure with Terraform in Openstack
6. Q/A


The access is free for you! All you have to do is register here until 24 March and our team will get back to you with the confirmation. Because the workshop has a limited number of places, your seat will not be confirmed until you receive our response.

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