Recently, developers have embraced the “infrastructure-as-code” paradigm wherein the infrastructure upon which applications run is specified through machine-readable definition files. However, writing code to manage and provision infrastructure can be tedious and may require knowledge of each specific cloud platform. To reduce this burden, Tankov et al. propose Infrastructure-in-Code (IiC), where infrastructure requirements are inferred automatically from the application code. With IiC, the developer writes predefined statements that are interpreted as infrastructure. The system will then interpret those statements, generate the required infrastructure, and deploy the application. They demonstrate this approach with Kotless, a serverless framework for Kotlin.