How to call multiple terraform modules in a single terragrunt file

in Terragrunt, you can call multiple Terraform modules from a single Terragrunt configuration file by using the terraform block in combination with child configurations. This is typically done by organizing your Terragrunt configuration into a hierarchy where each module is referenced in its own Terragrunt file, but managed centrally using a parent Terragrunt file. Here’s […]

TCP vs. UDP: Navigating the Protocols as Developers and DevOps

Today, we embark on a fascinating exploration of two cornerstone protocols of the internet: TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) and UDP (User Datagram Protocol). Understanding the nuances of TCP and UDP is crucial for developers and DevOps professionals alike, as it influences everything from application design to network troubleshooting. So, let’s delve deep into the realms […]

Importance of Regions and Availability Zones on AWS

Today, we’re diving into a pivotal aspect of architecting robust, resilient, and efficient applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS): understanding and leveraging AWS Regions and Availability Zones (AZs). This post not only aims to elucidate these key concepts but also to guide you through best practices and practical examples using Terraform, a popular infrastructure-as-code tool. […]

Docker Multi-Stage Builds: An In-depth Guide

Introduction Docker has revolutionized the way we develop, package, and deploy applications. It provides a consistent environment for applications to run, from development to production, reducing the “it works on my machine” problem. One of the most powerful features Docker has introduced is multi-stage builds. This feature helps us create lean, efficient containers without the […]