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Setting up Terraform Remote State

basic state file with no resources created yet!


When working with Terraform as a team, it is always ideal to set up a remote state as multiple people want to update the same state file and it is not really easy to work with multiple copies of divergent state files. One of the best features of setting up Remote state, along with the fact that a single state file is accessed and used by all the team members is that the state file comes with…

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Sahitya Maruvada

Sahitya Maruvada

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