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Scalable Cloud Ops with Fugue by Josha Stella

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Practicing with Types and Records

In explaining Ludwig with clarity, we’re first going to lay out the nuts and bolts, documenting key parts of its syntax, then we’ll integrate concepts via example with Refuge.

When you execute fugue run Refuge.lw (with any of our chapter files or any composition), the Fugue client runs the Ludwig compiler, called LWC, and sends the result to Fugue’s Conductor. The Conductor then interprets the output of the Ludwig compiler to create or update your infrastructure. Because you are studying Ludwig specifically in this chapter, it’s not necessary to run the whole Fugue client pipeline. Instead, you’ll only use the Ludwig compiler. The compiler should already be installed on your system, since it ships with the ...

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