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You’re the sole DevOps engineer at BuildIT, a fast-growing digital agency that builds websites and applications for its clients. The company has an automated infrastructure with a simple user-friendly interface and user authentication system that constitutes an Internal Developer Platform (IDP). But as the IDP stands, one typo or missed configuration option can lead to application failure. Your task is to minimize these potential problems by creating a pipeline that parses BuildIT’s infrastructure CDKTF code and populates a DynamoDB table with the list of found environment types. You’ll use the entries in the database to populate a dropdown in the UI for selecting the environment type and a table of required configurations. When you’re done, you’ll have implemented client-side validation—and taken BuildIT’s IDP from rudimentary to robust.
This liveProject is for engineers interested in further automating infrastructure as code (IaC) practices, engineers working with AWS, DevOps engineers, and platform engineers. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn to implement client-side validation to minimize potential for application failure.
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