Seamless Development and AWS Service Deployment: Exploring VS Code Remote Development and Terraform
Modern development environments are all about flexibility and efficiency. With VS Code’s #Remote Explorer, you can harness these advantages to deploy AWS services like never before. This #integration bridges the gap between your local development environment and the cloud, streamlining your workflow and boosting productivity. Let’s explore how you can effortlessly deploy #AWS services using VS Code Remote Explorer.
#AWS account with appropriate permissions
Vs-code should be installed on your machine
Login to your #Aws account and create an #ec2 instance with public-ip address.
open Visual Studio code window and go to Remote explorer. (if the extension is not present just install it).
3. you will see a new Status bar item at the far left as shown below. just click on it.
4. After clicking on that it will show the #SSH and Tunnel installation configuration as shown below. Install the configuration.
5. Once the installtion is completed, Click on the Connect to host and enter your ec2 ssh putty command to connect to your #ec2 instance using remote ssh.
6. Click enter, u have been successfully connected to your #instance using remote ssh.
7. Once u got conected with the instance, install #terraform in your instance and #aws-cli as shown below.
8. Lets configure your aws credentials and clone your #terraform code and start deploying the resources from the remote ssh.
9. You are able to #deploy the services from remote host using ssh as shown above.
In a world where every second counts and agility is key, tools like the VS Code #Remote Explorer empower developers to work with #AWS services more efficiently than ever. It’s a game-changer, offering a level of convenience and integration that can significantly enhance your cloud #development workflow. So, next time you need to deploy #AWS services, consider giving the VS Code #Remote Explorer a try. It’s a step toward a more seamless and productive #development journey. Happy coding!