Terraform modules are collections of configurations bundled into directories that enable you to create reusable, composable, and shareable infrastructure.
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Continuous Deployment of Spring Boot to AWS Elastic Beanstalk via GitHub Actions: A Step-by-Step Guide
In this comprehensive guide, we’ll walk you through the process of setting up continuous deployment for your Spring Boot application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk using GitHub Actions.
A detailed guide on building a scalable and secured serverless web application using AWS services such as S3, Lambda, DynamoDB, CloudFront, and WAF.
An Auto Scaling Group is a fundamental component of AWS that allows you to automatically adjust the number of instances based on demand. It helps maintain application availability, distribute traffic evenly, and optimize resource utilization.
Deploying WordPress on a 2-tier AWS architecture with Terraform offers a robust and scalable solution to host your website.
The Lift And Shift (Rehosting) approach is applied by updating a few configuration files while taking into consideration the PAAS model, in which we are only responsible for the App and its data, with the infrastructure being handled by the Cloud provider.
In this article, we will go through the steps to configure AWS CLI for multiple accounts on your local machine or any server with Terminal access.