Deploying a Terraform Remote State Backend with AWS S3 and DynamoDBby@michaelmekuleyi
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Deploying a Terraform Remote State Backend with AWS S3 and DynamoDB

by monarene12mFebruary 24th, 2023
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The acronym IaC is a short form for the popular DevOps term `Infrastructure As Code` This concept represents the ability to set up networking, hardware, and operating system components in the cloud by writing them as code and code alone. In this article, we are going to be focusing on Terraform, an open-source DevOps tool developed by Hashicorp in 2014. Terraform is used by engineers to deploy infrastructure on multiple Infrastructure providers like Amazon Web services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Azure, Digital Oceans, and over 90 others.
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