Category: HashiCorp Ambassador

Securing your deployment with scanning using GitHub Actions

Security scanning of code, before, during, and after deployment is a great way to enhance the security of any project. Knowing that your code is being analysed for issues before deployment, during the build phase, and then after deployment when you are in the support/run phase, can really help to […]

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Deploying Azure Resources with Terraform using GitHub Actions

To deploy any of the Terraform-Azure Environments, or any Terraform code for Azure you have created yourself, using GitHub Actions, follow the steps outlined below. 1. Fork the Terraform-Azure Repository This will then allow you to access backend settings privately and create your own deployments based on the code within. […]

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Deploying and Configuring Azure Firewall using Terraform

Recently I’ve been working with Azure Firewall and deploying it into various environments to provide security and traffic control. I’ve been doing the majority of the deployment of Azure Firewall using Terraform, so wanted to outline a few tips, tricks, and provide some specific code examples to help anyone else […]

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Updates to my Terraform Azure base Lab Environments

Earlier this year I blogged about some Lab Environments I’d created using Terraform, and shared in my GitHub repo: “Recently I have been working more and more with Terraform – and seeing the benefits to what I can do in a short space of time within Azure, using Infrastructure as […]

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