weekly.tf - Issue #78 - Previews with Terraform CDK, OIDC with GitHub Actions, open-source infrastructure, Support open-source maintainers, HashiCast
Alexander Mykolaichuk explains how to build preview environments using AWS CloudFront, AWS Route53, AWS S3, and AWS [email protected] with Terraform CDK. The source code is available here.
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Adam Buggia explains how to implement the recently supported AWS Identify Federation for GitHub Actions and provides links to all the building blocks (Terraform modules). AB: Similar topic was described in this blog post by Robert Hafner which was mentioned in issue #60.
Simon Willison: "Yes, reach out to the maintainers and offer them generous speaking fees for remote talks to your engineering team". AB: Huge thanks to all of my GitHub Sponsors for supporting my work! You can join them, too! ;)
Very good open-source infrastructure project by Canadian Digital Service featuring Localstack, Terragrunt, and GitHub Actions. AB: Check out another open-source infrastructure project by U.S. Tax Court (from issue #40).
Terraform provider registry written in Rust. AB: Probably, the first one in Rust.
This episode features Betajob's Anton Babenko, a long-time contributor and community member of the HashiCorp Terraform ecosystem. AB: We talked about what I've been doing at the beginning of my career, how I have decided to start with Terraform, and what I am looking into next...
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