@boldlink shared a post, 6 days, 21 hours ago
AWS DevOps Consultancy, Boldlink

Gitlab Runner for AWS

@pedrofullstack shared a post, 5 months ago
Data Engineer, sebratec

What is Terraform and why your infrastructure should be written as code

It is safe to say that it’s a future-proof move for your career to understand more about cloud technologies.

@bridgecrewio shared a post, 5 months ago , in BridgeCrew

What you need to know about Terraform vs. CloudFormation

Selecting the right infrastructure as code (IaC) framework depends largely on your needs and the comfort levels of your team but can have a significant impact on your cloud-native tech stack. When looking at two common IaC frameworks—Terraform by HashiCorp and Amazon CloudFormation—there are a lot of opinions for and against each.

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@emreoztoprak shared a post, 5 months, 3 weeks ago
DevOps Engineer, Teknasyon

Host a static website on AWS under a minute with Terraform

If you have a static website and you want a simple solution, S3 and Cloudfront are great choices. Also, we will get an SSL certificate for our domain and it will be free.

@han-lon shared a post, 6 months ago

Simple HTTP Redirects Using AWS API Gateway, AWS Lambda, and Python

For a recent personal project of mine, I needed to quickly and easily redirect and track user traffic to a serverless website I hosted in AWS.

@bridgecrewio shared a post, 8 months, 1 week ago , in BridgeCrew

Advanced Terraform Security: Pro Tips for Secure Infrastructure as Code

In simpler times, IT operations had the responsibility to configure and deploy new infrastructure, mostly via command line interface (CLI) and scripts. Today, even those with the most advanced command line prowess cannot keep up with the scalability and agility demands of companies building and deploying infrastructure in the cloud.

@bridgecrewio shared a post, 10 months, 1 week ago , in BridgeCrew

Terraform Security 101: Best Practices for Secure Infrastructure as Code

Deploying and managing cloud resources is faster and easier than ever, and we have infrastructure as code (IaC) to thank for it. With IaC, tedious manual configurations and one-off scripts are things of the past. Instead, you manage infrastructure with code in much the same way you would applications and services. This infrastructure can be anything from servers and databases to networks, Kubernetes clusters, and entire application stacks.