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Infrastructure As Code (IaC) is a methodology in which scripts automate infrastructure and configuration management. IaC tools allow you to abstract away details about your physical environment, allowing you to focus on what matters- your code.
Infrastructure as code solves many problems. For example, simplifying configuration management to ensure that your infrastructure will be provisioned the same way every time. IaC is more than just documentation, though. It's also an important part of version control for any modern software development.
The ability to roll back to previous versions or provide clean copies of your codebase during branching are two benefits afforded by this toolset. Especially when applied correctly in an iterative environment like GitHub-based projects. These tools can even help you identify issues before they emerge at runtime through continuous integration. Examples of these are running tests after each commit has been made on GitHub.