For applications like WebCalendar, it’s important to have a reliable and scalable infrastructure to support them. One way to achieve this is by using Infrastructure as Code (IAC) to provision and manage your infrastructure. IAC allows you to automate the provisioning and management of your infrastructure, reducing the risk of errors and saving time. In this post, we will be discussing how to use Terraform to install aWebCalendar on an AWS EC2 instance using Amazon Linux 2. We will also discuss the benefits of IAC and compare Terraform to AWS Cloud Formation.
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