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==Infrastructure Foundations==
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The team focuses on building and maintaining our base platform (“metal cloud”) that forms the foundations upon which nearly everything else in our infrastructure builds upon. On top of our bare metal deployments, their responsibilities include (but are not limited to) configuration management systems, infrastructure automation, orchestration tooling, infrastructure security and network operations.
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[[SRE/Infrastructure Foundations/About|SRE Infrastructure Foundations]] - Automation and Networking (cumin, netbox, puppet, spicerack).


The team focuses on building and maintaining our base platform (“metal cloud”) that forms the foundations which nearly everything else in our infrastructure builds upon. On top of our bare metal deployments, their responsibilities include (but are not limited to) configuration management systems, infrastructure automation, orchestration tooling, infrastructure security and network operations.


List of services we currently own can be found in the "What we own" tab.
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SRE Infrastructure Foundations

SRE Infrastructure Foundations - Automation and Networking (cumin, netbox, puppet, spicerack).

The team focuses on building and maintaining our base platform (“metal cloud”) that forms the foundations which nearly everything else in our infrastructure builds upon. On top of our bare metal deployments, their responsibilities include (but are not limited to) configuration management systems, infrastructure automation, orchestration tooling, infrastructure security and network operations.