Before we move to the 2nd part of Terraform CLI, I think it is important to discuss Terraform States. This is one of the fundamental concepts while learning to work with Terraform. […]
Till now we have dealt quite a lot with Terraform CLI directly and indirectly in our previous posts. But Terraform CLI was never the focus of those introductory discussions. If you missed […]
In part 2, we would cover some basics of meta-arguments, expressions, and functions. If you have not read part 1, it is highly recommended to read that part first before proceeding to […]
This post is intended to give a brief overview of the configuration syntax of Terraform. We would go through an example and touch up on some of the important aspects of Terraform […]
Welcome to the very first blog post of this year. This post is an introduction to Terraform which is a tool to manage various cloud infrastructure services in the form of code. […]
Note: This post details about mutual authentication configuration between ServiceNow and Nginx using self-signed certificates. I have described the steps needed to be taken on both sides in respective sections. In case if […]
NPM License Checker This post is in relation to the previous post regarding software licensing. We understood that in most of the cases we need to attribute the derivative product to the creators of […]
Some of you may have cringed reading the title, as I can imagine we as developers don’t really like documentation do we? Forget the licensing, we don’t even care about the documentation […]
In a greenfield implementation, it is not challenging at all because you are the one defining the rules. But, planning an additional micro-service into an already existing landscape can get to you if above concerns are not addressed.
One of my friends got in touch with me to ask how do we fetch the attachments from an REST endpoint and store it within ServiceNow? I basically did not have a ready answer to this which piqued my curiosity. This is rather an essential functionality and I was sure there exists some straightforward solution to this.