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Here are today’s queries:
- July 18 Connect many sites on many clouds. What are my options? (My company is planning to deploy a solution that spans AWS and Azure and on prem sites…)
- July 18 Terraform Code Migration (His team recently got handed ownership of our terraform code for our azure landing zone.)
- July 18 vNet Design Question – Subnetting and Load Balancer placement
- July 17 How granular do you get with your TF files?
- July 17 Next job: a medium company vs a large one
- July 17 Network admin looking to get into the cloud industry
- July 18 How to route non-local IPs through VPC connected via Site-to-Site VPN
- July 18 How to share an AWS Virtual Private Gateway via Transit Gateway
- July 18 Can't connect to a recently created, publicly accessible RDS instance
- July 18 Terraform Multi-Region Deployment using Modules
- July 18 How do I reference an existing VPC from AWS CDK code when declaring Lambda in VPC without the need to access internet during the ‘synth’ step?.
- July 17 What can developers do to increase serverless security?
- July 17 Crossplane create complete stack best practices
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