I do live streams talking about things I enjoy working with — IaC, DevOps, Terraform, and AWS. The primary focus is on Terraform — what’s new, tools reviews, live-coding, do interviews with creators and community members, answer questions live, and so on. Here you can see previous streams — https://www.youtube.
There are some things you should know about infrastructure costs: * How much does my infrastructure is going to cost before create? * How much does my infrastructure cost after it is created (based on Terraform state)? * What is the difference in the price comparing to the current infrastructure (based on Terraform
After several years of maintaining Terraform AWS modules on GitHub [https://github.com/terraform-aws-modules] and making constant improvements in processes I decided to spend more time and improve things even further. I want other people to be involved and recognized also while I spend more time on other projects (eg,
I like to search in it and access it offline (during a flight, for example). I’ve made a repository where documentation for Terraform core and all official Terraform providers automatically updates every night — https://github.com/antonbabenko/terraform-docs-as-pdf Hope you find it useful. Follow me on GitHub to see
TLDR; Does Atlantis work with Terragrunt? The short answer — pretty much, yes (updated 18.9.2018). UPD (7.5.2019): Published new repository Terragrunt Reference Architecture [https://github.com/antonbabenko/terragrunt-reference-architecture] where the very real code is published. Check it out if you want to see Terragrunt in action. UPD
You are reading the second blog post in the series about using Terraform continuously. In the previous one I outlined common traits in Terraform modules [https://www.antonbabenko.com/using-terraform-continuously-common-traits-in-modules/]. Once more, the list of keywords describing common traits is: not clean code, inextensible module features, tests, defaults, examples, documentation,
This is the first blog post in the series about using Terraform continuously, which I am going to publish over the next few weeks. > UPD (15.07.2017): I wrote another blog post in the series —Terrapin: making good Terraform modules [https://www.antonbabenko.com/terrapin-making-good-terraform-modules/] I am Anton Babenko
This is my second blog post related to Terraform. Previous one was about how I structure Terraform configuration [https://antonbabenko.com/blog/how-i-structure-terraform-configurations/], which got some interesting feedback on reddit [https://www.reddit.com/r/devops/comments/53sijz/how_do_you_structure_terraform_configurations/] . This time I want to share