AWS CloudShell

A simple but cool announcement from AWS — AWS CloudShell. A tool for ad-hoc AWS management via CLI directly in your browser. I like when AWS releases something simple to understand and yet powerful. So it is not another DevOps Guru, believe me :) Yes, this is similar to the shells that GCE and Azure have. No, you can’t access your instances from it, so it’s not a jump server (bastion host)....

December 16, 2020 · Serhii Vasylenko

Terraform CLI shortcuts

Here is some CLI shortcuts I use day-to-day to simplify and speed-up my Terraform workflow. Requirements — bash-compatible interpreter, because aliases and functions described below will work with bash, zsh and ohmyzsh. In order to use any of described aliases of functions, you need to place it in your ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc file (or any other configuration file you have for your shell). Then just source this file, for example: source ~/....

August 25, 2020 · Serhii Vasylenko