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Scalable Cloud Ops with Fugue by Josha Stella

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Moving Forward

Now that you’ve looked at some of Ludwig’s key syntax in depth, its patterns, and its capacity for supporting higher-level abstractions, let’s turn to its features that make replicating deployments more efficient. You’ve gained a working knowledge of types, records, functions, sum types, and tuple uses. You’ve implemented these elements in the context of the Refuge example and, consequently, made good code better. You did this keeping your 14 infrastructure services intact and cutting away verbosity with pragmatic programming.

In the next chapter, we’ll lay out examples tackling some of Ludwig’s syntax that allows us to construct more advanced compositions. Specifically, you’ll dive into modules and learn how to manipulate them ...

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