It has been a long time since the initial release of Terraform in 2014, we have seen new providers, changes in the CLI and on the functions as well, but I think we are yet to see one of its biggest improvements, the Cloud Development Kit. I won’t assume that you are familiar with Terraform or even with Infrastructure as Code, so I’ll explain it very briefly.

Infrastructure as Code

Working with infrastructure was always a complicated process, people used to put servers in place, configure them and setup the operative system to finally install the dependencies and get an application up and…

Jonathan Burmester

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