📥 Import modules, revamped!

Now, we manage better import modules. We continue to support public and private repo as usual.
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There are several benefits to working with Terraform modules:

  1. Reusability: Modules allow you to group resources and reuse them across multiple configurations. This can significantly reduce the code you need to write and maintain.
  2. Organization: Modules provide a way to organize your resources and make your Terraform configurations more readable and maintainable.
  3. Versioning: Modules can be versioned, which allows you to track changes and roll back to a specific version if needed.
  4. Collaboration: Modules can be shared and used as a building block for other people's configurations. This allows for better collaboration within a team or community.
  5. Abstracting complexity: Modules can help abstract away complexity by breaking down large configurations into smaller, more manageable pieces.
  6. Better testing: By using modules, you can quickly test a specific part of your infrastructure without affecting other parts.
  7. Scalability: Modules can help to scale your infrastructure more efficiently. They can be used to create reusable and composable infrastructure patterns which can be used across different environments.
  8. Simplifying the management: Modules help to simplify the management of infrastructure by breaking down complex infrastructure into smaller, more manageable components.

It's essential to keep in mind that modules should be designed with a clear purpose and with the ability to be easily reused. This can help you to create a library of modules that can be quickly composed to create complex infrastructure.

Import your Terraform modules on Brainboard.

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