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Working With Modules in Terraform

Working With Modules in Terraform

I’ve done a bunch of posts on TerraForm, and there seems to be a bigger and bigger demand for it. If you follow this blog at all, you know that I am a huge supporter of TerraForm, and the underlying idea of Infrastructure-as-code. The value-prop of which I think is essential to any organization that wants to leverage the cloud. Now that being said, it won’t take long after you start working with TerraForm, before you stumble across the concept…

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Weekly Links – 2/8

Weekly Links – 2/8

Another installment of Weekly Links, and we are already into February this year which still blows my mind. But so far so good, life is pure chaos with a lot going on, so much so that I don’t know where to start. But your not here for that… Down to business… Azure BluePrint for FedRAMP High : Love these blueprints, and more people should use these. They help implement all the required policies and are far more than just a…

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Where do I start – Microsoft AI

Where do I start – Microsoft AI

In the interest of helping to navigate the information available out there, I’ve been putting out there ideas for this “Where Do I start” series on the blog. Right now as I previously mentioned I’ve been studying for the AI-100 exam, and as part of that effort I found a lot of resources online, and I thought I’d share these in the interest of helping others. There are a wealth of resources out there and I want to make sure…

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Configuring Terraform Development Environment

Configuring Terraform Development Environment

So I’ve been doing a lot of work with a set of open source tools lately, specifically TerraForm and Packer. TerraForm at its core is a method of implementing truly Infrastructure as Code, and does so by providing a simple function style language where you can create basic implementations for the cloud, and then leverage resource providers to deploy. These resource providers allow you to deploy to variety of cloud platforms (the full list can be found here). It also…

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Where to I start – Service Fabric?

Where to I start – Service Fabric?

So containers have become an essential part of modern application development. I would go as far to say that containers and micro services have had a similar impact to software development as “Object Oriented Programming”. Now that being that I have been talking to a lot of people who use Monolithic applications and are looking for a way to break down their existing applications into a micro service approach and support the idea of using existing infrastructure, and don’t necessarily…

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