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When your configuration or a provider marks an attribute as sensitive, Terraform will always hide that value in any output that's intended for human consumption. The real values are available in machine-readable output though. This is primarily with the aim of integrating with external software, but if you need to then you can also inspect the machine-...


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As you stated, requirements will differ based on company and industry policy; for us, the adjustment from "separation of duties" to automated deployments has been rough. As interim steps, we've started: Requiring multiple "sign-offs" before deployment; this is accomplished by both reviews for the PR in Azure DevOps and an audit log in ...


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When you use network_mode host, the published ports are ignored, which means the ports that are open in the containers will be the same port in the host. Does not matter what you had declared in ports The default behavior is every service in the compose can talk to each other. Links are not required to enable services to communicate - by default, any ...


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Instead of using network_mode to host, you can simply make use of links (new versions uses networks) which will make the communication to happen between two containers. I have updated the docker-compose.yaml file and added links to connect database service (database container) to be accessed from your backend service. In your backend database configuration, ...


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