Tag: Terraform Apply

Override File in Terraform and Azure

I try to find a useful example that demonstrates functionality when I create these posts and videos.  Unfortunately, with Override files in Terraform, that

Dynamic Blocks in Terraform with Azure

Resources in Terraform are deployed as top-level resources.  A server or App Service plan for example.  These top-level resources include inline, or sub-resources; blocks

Remote Backend State with Terraform and Azure Storage

Until now, we have developed our Infrastructure code as a single developer. As a result, our state file is created and maintained on the

Use Existing Resources with Data Sources in Terraform and Azure

Use Terraform long enough, and eventually, we’ll need to use an existing resource not managed by Terraform as part of the deployment.  A typical

Use For_Each in a Terraform Module with Azure VNets and Bastion Host

You have laded on another post and video in a series on Terraform and Azure.  This post and accompanying video looks at a more

Modules and Outputs with Terraform and Azure

Modules and outputs are two important concepts for creating quality, reusable Terraform code.  This post and accompanying video put those concepts into practice.  This

Input Variables with Terraform and Azure

Variables allow us to easily modify terraform configurations with minimal changes to the code.  Variables are an essential part of making reusable code across

Terraform Workflow with Azure: Write, Plan and Apply

This post is the second part of a multi-part blog post and video on Terraform with Azure.  The previous video located here went over
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