Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Tuesday, August 8, 2023

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Every day, people visit forums like Reddit and Stack Overflow seeking expert advice about cloud networking and security. We comb through those posts and curate a list of discussions and questions that you – the experts – might find interesting or solvable. Less time searching, more time making connections.

If you’re new to Reddit or Stack Overflow, some starting 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!

Here are today’s queries:

Aug 8 Cloud architects: should I specialize in cloud security?  (ACE)
Aug 8 GRC SAP or take a chance to go into cloud security?
Aug 8 Should I negotiate offer?  Posted a couple of weeks ago about a network security engineer interview… They made me an offer…Should I negotiate? I've got 5+ years of experience, Bachelors and Masters degree in Cybersecurity, Security + cert, CCSA cert (position primarily deals with Checkpoint Firewalls, as well as several Akamai certifications.) ACE
Aug 8 Do I leave my current toxic job for a paycut? I work in Network Security, and I'm currently getting killed at my job..
August 7 VPCSC Perimeter violation visibility is poor (GCP)

Stack Overflow
Aug 8 Access azure internal LB via s2s vpn
Aug 8 Having issues with applying GCP terraform network code
Aug 8 Update Terraform child and root modules code to match Terraform AWS Provider latest version
Aug 8  Intermittent ConnectionFailedError Between Google Cloud Workflows and Cloud Run
Aug 8 How do AWS ECS container security groups work on ECS optimized EC2 instances?
Aug 8 Is it possible to add a custom domain for an Azure Blob Storage Static Website without a public CNAME record?



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