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Terraform recipe – Managing Auto Scaling Groups & Load Balancers
Update: 2020 Oct, Terraform code updated to support newer syntax. As soon as you learn how to manage basic network infrastructure in AWS using Terraform (see “Terraform recipe – Managing AWS VPC – Creating Public Subnet” and “Terraform recipe – Managing AWS VPC – Creating Private Subnets“) , you definitely want to start creating auto-scalable infrastructures.
Terraform recipe - Managing AWS VPC - Creating Public Subnet
One of the essential tasks of your cloud infrastructure management is managing your VPC’s networks. In this article, we’ll learn how to declare the most commonly used configuration: Public subnet In the Terraform recipe - Managing AWS VPC - Creating Private Subnets, we’ll extend this infrastructure by adding a private subnet to our VPC.
Terraform recipe - Managing AWS VPC - Creating Private Subnets
In the previous article (Terraform recipe – Managing AWS VPC – Creating Public Subnet), we’ve used Terraform to create a VPC, Internet Gateway, and Route Table to form Public Subnet. Also, we’ve tested our configuration by SSH-ing to the instance, which we’ve launched in our Public Subnet.
Terraform recipe - How to create AWS ElasticSearch cluster
From this recipe, you’ll learn how to create the AWS ElasticSearch cluster in VPC using Terraform. The source code is available in my GitHub repository. Updates (Oct 2020): Updated Terraform code to support newer version syntax. VPC deployment added Three subnet HA ElasticSearch cluster ElasticSearach version upgrade to version 7.
Using SNS And SQS As Target For AWS Lambda Dead Letter Queue
As soon as you’re starting developing microservice applications in the Serverless world, you start accepting the idea, that sometimes your microservices may fail. And it’s OK if it does not affect your application or your customer. But what if your Lambda function does something very important and it becomes critical to know if the function execution failed.
Cloud CRON - Scheduled Lambda Functions
From this article, you’ll learn how to create scheduled jobs at AWS cloud using CloudWatch Events and Lambda functions. Basically, it’s your personal cloud Cron at almost no cost. As usual, we’re providing some additional reading to those of you, who interested.
Terraform recipe - Deploy Lambda to copy files between S3 buckets
Many frameworks exist on the market right now, which allows you to deploy your serverless infrastructure. But what if you have an on-going project, which uses Terraform as an infrastructure management tool? What if you’re apprehensive about changing your technology stack?
Automating static website deployment using CircleCI and Terraform
In this article you’ll find a set of instructions and builerplate code, which will help you to organize end-to-end CI/CD pipeline for your static website deployment to AWS S3 bucket. Technology stack To demonstrate our solution we’ll be using the following technology stack:
How to put AWS EC2 Tags to environment variables
One of the most common tasks in infrastructure automation is environment discovery. Of cause, it can be done in many several ways. Todays’s advice is for people, who are using Terraform or CloudFormation in their daily job. I’ll show you, how to provide discovery information to you EC2 instances using AWS Tags.