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 was not so easy.  As a matter of fact, you may never need to use override files at all, except for some specific situations we’ll get to shortly.  With that said, Override files are another tool in the Terraform toolbelt and something you should be aware of if planning on a Terraform certification.

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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 of code that configure the top-level resource. In this blog post and video, we use a Network Security Group (NSG) as a Dynamic block example by creating multiple security rules as inline or sub-resources.

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