Infrastructure as Code

CloudFormation vs. Terraform

CloudFormation vs. Terraform

The most reliable way to automate creating, updating and deleting your cloud resources is to describe the target state of your infrastructure and use a tool to apply it to the current state of your infrastructure (see Understanding Infrastructure as Cod...

Rolling Update with AWS CloudFormation

Rolling Update with AWS CloudFormation

Updating all EC2 instances in an Auto Scaling Group becomes complex and expensive when done manually. If you follow the immutable infrastructure approach you will roll out a new version by creating new EC2 instances. You never change the old instances. ...

CloudFormation vs Engineers: How to protect your CloudFormation managed AWS account from human intervention

To eliminate human error as much as possible I advised you to follow the idea of Infrastructure as Code implemented by AWS CloudFormation. Changes to your infrastructure like launching a new virtual server or making changes to a firewall configuration are no longer done manually. Instead you change the description of your infrastructure and let CloudFormation apply the changes.A common problem with CloudFormation are manual changes to resources managed by CloudFormation. A manual change to your AWS accou...

Understanding Infrastructure as Code

Understanding Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as Code describes the idea of using a high level programming language to control IT systems. In software development, tools like automated tests, code repositories and build servers are increasing quality of software engineering. If your ...


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