Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Friday, March 22, 2024

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Every day, people visit Reddit and Stack Overflow seeking expert advice about cloud networking and security. We search through those posts and gather a list of discussions and questions that you – the experts – might find interesting or solvable. Some are career guidance, which is where your experience and advice matters. 

If you’re new to Reddit or Stack Overflow, some tips are below. And if you do respond to any of these threads, share the link to your responses back to this post so others in the community can follow you!

Below are the most recent inquiries.



Mar 22 Technical interview for senior network engineer with Eos it solutions

Mar 22 Topology with less tunnels

Mar 22 Seeking Career Advice: Transitioning from Finance to IT at 29

Mar 22 Hidden costs of EC2?

Mar 22 Cloud practicioner tests

Mar 22 Want to learn AWS as an AppSec Engineer

Mar 22 Would Azure managed Prometheus be a good tool to help reduce AKS logging costs?

Mar 22 Does Azure provide daily cost data, like GCP does?

Mar 21 What's easier - migrating to EC2 or Kubernetes clusters?

Mar 21 EKS redirect to Amplify when backend not responding

Mar 21 Prisma and Versa

Mar 21 Junior Network Engineer role


Stack Overflow

Mar 22 terraform: access "infra" workspace resources via terraform_remote_state in other workspaces

Mar 22 block specific word in layer 7

Mar 21 To allow IPsec NAT-T traffic to pass through, why does the firewall still need to permit ESP…




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