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Automated infrastructure deployments with CloudFormation
Wed, Sep 23rd 2015 8:22a   Christian Petters
If you are like me (and many other people in the industry), I am sure you can relate to this: You get your hand on a new toy (like CloudFormation) and just want to get going. Therefore you ignore all the on-line help material that is kindly written and published by a myriad of technical writers. Instead you just ‘borrow’ a number of existing scripts (or templates in this case) from the web and tweak them for your purpose. Until you hit a dead end. Where something doesn’t work a




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