How to consistently run temporary workloads on AWS and save money

Do you want to create and then destroy a cloud environment ready to run your application with a single click of a button?

In this series of posts, we explore how to accomplish this for a particular use case, which hopefully motivates you to create your own version to suit your needs.

The overall goal is to get several cloud resources automatically provisioned and configured to deliver a reproducible Linux environment that supports a use case, which in this case is creating virtual network…

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Proud dad working at Red Hat (CCIE, CCDE). Sharing content I create about: networking, automation, programming, golang, ipv6, and open source software.