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    There are many ways to deploy an application to AWS. One might use AWS CloudFormation directly or a service like AWS CodePipeline. If AWS CloudFormation is not your cup of tea, you have services like AWS Elastic Beanstalk at your disposal.
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    Choose Connect Lumigo. This deploys an AWS CloudFormation template to your account and provisions the necessary IAM role so Lumigo can monitor your application.
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    I saw that, but I didn't see any chances for Infrastructure as Code.
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    5 projects | | 17 Nov 2021
    Generic IaC platforms do not provide any mechanisms to detect if your infrastructure is undergoing drift. Drift is a condition that represents the difference between the desired and the actual state of the infrastructure managed by your tool of choice – Terraform, Pulumi, CloudFormation or another. Drift can be caused by either or a combination of changes directly introduced by external actors – either humans or machines (scripts) or via the dependency of your resources on external data sources. In any case, drift is not good.
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    6 projects | | 16 Nov 2021
    You might have seen some tutorials on how to set up S3 buckets using the AWS Console. This works fine, but I'm a firm believer of managing your resources with code. I've chosen the native solution of AWS, called AWS CloudFormation. This makes it easier to reproduce the setup if I ever need to tear it down of move it to another account or region. Below is the full CloudFormation template, I've used a framework called Troposphere, a Python library that creates CloudFormation.
    1 project | | 12 Nov 2021
    Similar to Terraform and allows for the automated deployment of servers and other infrastructure. However, AWS Cloud Formation is much more deeply integrated with the AWS ecosystem. There are a large number of Cloud Formation templates available on AWS and across the web.
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    1 project | | 4 Nov 2021
  • AWS CloudWatch Logs Insights Query Snippets as Code
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    This blog post assumes the reader is familiar with AWS CloudFormation. The code presented is written using AWS CDK. If you are not familiar with it, fear not! In the example architecture GitHub repository, you can find the same architecture deployed using AWS SAM.
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    8 projects | | 18 Oct 2021
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  • Imperatively Declarative: How (and why) Pulumi is different
    4 projects | | 17 Oct 2021
    Moreover, if you were to run that code a second time (having made no changes to the YAML or JavaScript), nothing would happen, because the "desired state" you'd expressed in the arc.yaml file would already have been achieved: with those two endpoints deployed and running in the AWS cloud, Arc (by way of CloudFormation) would have nothing more to do for you. That's declarative infrastructure-as-code (IaC) at work: you describe what you want --- two HTTP endpoints --- and the IaC tool determines the how, computing the work to be done and then making it happen for you.
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    2 projects | | 13 Oct 2021
    Not sure what exactly you are looking for, but for AWS, you can use CloudFormation if you prefer declarations, but you can also use the AWS SDK if you rather have code to do that for you. Similar for GCP.
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    4 projects | | 9 Oct 2021
    kubernetes doesn't compete with "AWS" it competes with CDK: or cloudformation:
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