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AWS Code Signing with Terraform

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If you are reading this then chances are you are one of the many builders who have eagerly anticipated a code signing functionality to be released from AWS. For those that are a bit unsure of what exactly code signing is, just think of it as a mechanism that verifies the executable code is authored from a trusted source. This is similar to how people in earlier times would seal their letters with a wax seal containing their unique…




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Karl Cardenas

Karl Cardenas

is a Software Developer with a passion in automation and teaching others the art of "DevOps".

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