Terraform Conditional

Terraform Conditional

How to create Terraform Conditional? Like if-statement? Terraform is a declarative language. As we know, infrastructure-as-code in a declarative language gives us a more accurate picture of what’s deployed than in a procedural language, so it’s easier to reason about and makes it more straightforward to preserve the codebase small. However, specific types of tasks …

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Learn the Core of Linux and macOS

Learn the Core of Linux and macOS: 10 Differentiation Points

The unending battle between operating systems has become common among the community of techies. The humor in the macOS vs. Linux debate is that macOS is believed to be an intuitive operating system built for the rich, while Linux is considered to be developed for professionals with outstanding skills.  However, if we add Windows in …

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GitLab CI Cache

GitLab CI Cache

Hello BitsLovers! Today will talk about Gitlab CI Cache. It’s crucial to know how to work with Gitlab Cache to improve performance and save us a lot of time. For example, we may want to use caches to not need downloading content, like dependencies or libraries, each time we run a job —for example, Java …

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Terraform Workspaces

Terraform Workspaces

Hello BitsLovers! This article will talk about Terraform Workspaces. Our terraform workspace tutorial will cover how to use it and when to use it. Also, provide a guide on which commands we can use. What is terraform workspace? We learned what terraform state is in our previous article—also, that one state stores one environment, like Production, Dev, …

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