If you haven’t been following Gabe Maentz’s great series on Terraform, you’re really missing out. He’s outlined how Terraform and can let you build consistent infrastructure across clouds without worrying about the nuances of each provider.
He’s already looked at building and deploying server fleets in AWS and Azure. In this post, he looks at how just using DNS and Terrafrom you can dictate traffic between different clouds. It’s a great addition to the series, and really shows how tools like Terraform can streamline processes that would otherwise be painfully manual.
Move Fleet from AWS to Azure with Terraform
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