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Nothing bad with SSH per se, but building your infrastructure in a way that makes ad-hoc remote changes unnecessary is something to strive for. For anything but small deployments, automation, immutability and reproducibility will keep you sane. Less moving parts, things don’t suddenly change, easy to audit, easy to rollback, etc.



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