AWS auth role in Vault is specifically designed for applications running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure. It leverages AWS IAM roles to authenticate and authorize applications to access secrets in Vault. The key components of the AWS auth role are:
Here is an example Terraform code for launching a Windows instance that uses userdata to configure the instance:
In Terraform, an output is a way to display the values of resources or data sources that are created by your infrastructure code. There are several types of outputs that you can define in Terraform, and each serves a specific purpose. Here are the possible output types in Terraform and their explanations:
I get stuck when considering which image to use for my virtual machines. Has a new image come out??? What options are available to me now? There are so many to choose from. To use virtual machine images, there are four parts that you need to find to reference them in your code. Publisher: The […]
To use Azure and Terraform together you need a way to authenticate against the Azure Tenant. Like you do as a user, applications need a way to do the same. But instead of creating a user account, we create a Service Principal account. To do this we need to register an application in Azure Active Directory. […]
Terraform has detailed logs that can be enabled by setting the TF_LOG environment variable to any value. This will cause detailed logs to appear on stderr. You can set TF_LOG to one of the log levels TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARN or ERROR to change the verbosity of the logs. TRACE is the most verbose and it is the default if TF_LOG is […]
How to set up Terraform to allow WinRM swift and easy.