Infrastructure-as-Code (Iac) tools like Terraform are experiencing fast growing adoption by the developer community. This is no surprise because they greatly simplify the operational overhead associated with deploying and managing cloud infrastructure. In support of this growing trend, today Google announced Google Cloud CLI’s preview release of Declarative Export for Terraform.

Declarative Export allows you to export the current state of your Google Cloud infrastructure into a descriptive file compatible with Terraform (HCL) or Google’s KRM declarative tooling. Here’s how it works and why this is useful to your day-to-day cloud development workflows.

Learn more: https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/application-development/google-cloud-cli-declarative-export-preview

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This article describes how to integrate ROSA with AWS API Gateway HTTP APIs that are exposed to multiple end users. It thus becomes imperative to ensure that a shared backend service is able to distinguish between different client sources for the purpose of correct execution and auditing.

Technically this requires implementing a number of supporting technology patterns such as transparent proxying, wildcard certificates and split-horizon DNS to simplify end-to-end communications using a common custom domain name.

Read more: https://cloudstrata.io/using-rosa-with-aws-api-gateway-http-apis/

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