AWS

AWS (Amazon Web Services) is a leading cloud computing platform. AWS is known for its scalability, reliability, and extensive ecosystem of services, making it a popular choice for businesses and organizations looking to leverage cloud computing for various purposes, from hosting websites to running complex, data-intensive applications.

Control traffic to AWS resources using security groups
How to configure and use the Terraform aws_security_group and aws_security_group_rule resource blocks to create and manage AWS Security Groups and secure the infrastructure.
AWS Routing Tables with Terraform
How to configure and use the Terraform aws_route_table, aws_route, and aws_main_route_table_association resource blocks to create and manage AWS Routing Tables.
AWS NAT Gateway
How to configure and use the Terraform aws_nat_gateway and aws_eip resource blocks to create and manage AWS NAT Gateway and its corresponding Public IPs inside each availability zone to enable Internet access from instances in private subnets.
An AWS NAT Gateway is a managed service that allows instances in a private subnet to connect to the Internet while keeping them secure. It provides network address translation (NAT) for outbound traffic, allowing resources in a private subnet to access the internet while maintaining a private IP address.
AWS Internet Gateway
How to configure and use the Terraform aws_internet_gateway resource block to create and manage AWS Internet Gateway inside a VPC to enable instances access to and from the Internet.
How to configure and use the Terraform aws_subnet resource block to create and manage AWS Subnets inside a VPC. AWS Subnets are a subdivision of the IP Network assigned to the VPC.
The Terraform official AWS provider acts as an abstraction layer that lets Terraform configurations written in HCL define AWS services and infrastructure using code (IaC). Internally Terraform and the AWS provider handle authentication, and make the necessary AWS API calls to query, create, modify, and destroy the resources.
AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a web service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables users to securely control access to AWS services and resources. IAM allows administrators to manage users, groups, roles, and permissions within their AWS accounts, ensuring secure and fine-grained control over who can perform specific actions and access particular resources.
Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN) service provided by AWS. It is designed to deliver content, including web pages, videos, images, and other static or dynamic assets, to users with low latency and high data transfer speeds. CloudFront accelerates content delivery by caching it at edge locations distributed globally.
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