How to catch your infrastructure drift in minutes using driftctl.

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  • driftctl

    Detect, track and alert on infrastructure drift

    Whether it’s a script gone wild, a bad API call from a trusted Lambda, or just the daily SNAFU, you want to know about the situation. Driftctl will do just that. In this guide, you will learn how to use driftctl an open source tool that tracks and warns of infrastructure drift, in a realistic real-life environment, with multiple Terraform states and output filtering. We will demonstrate how manual changes can impact drift detection and how driftctl complements Terraform plan!

  • driftctl-advanced-aws-tutorial

    a complete how-to use driftctl with terraform on AWS

    Example Terraform code for this lab (here)

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