Thanks, Sergei Valevka Right now I am testing terraform 0.12 beta(I wish they call it to terraform 1.0 or 2.0 because it’s complete re-write of HashiCorp Configuration Language(HCL) as well as Hashicorp Interpretation Language(HIL))and it seems to be promising but at the same time scary https://www.hashicorp.com/blog/announcing-terraform-0-1-2-beta1
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Thanks, Sergei, so what is your recommendation in such cases, I can always put Lifecycle block as a safety measure but in case if I need to create 100+ user what is the best way to do it in case of terraform
As DevOps has two-part, Dev + Ops and Ops is where AWS come into the picture. The code you are writing, you need an infrastructure to run that code(Lambda or Google Cloud Function is an exception but behind the scene, they are also setting up infrastructure). Infrastructure not limited to AWS it can be any cloud provider OpenStack or Azure.
Based on AWS doc https://docs.aws.amazon.com/vpc/latest/userguide/vpc-endpoints.html
EKS service is not supported under AWS Endpoint. But AWS world change every day, so hopefully, this feature will come soon.