12. Cloud Resume Challenge: Lessons Learned/ Clean Up

12. Cloud Resume Challenge: Lessons Learned/ Clean Up

Deploying my portfolio site with Terraform was an enriching experience. It allowed me to craft the architecture precisely as I envisioned it. Each resource deployment deepened my understanding of the services I employed, many of which were new to me. Navigating through Terraform to establish this infrastructure was a rewarding journey.

Moreover, this endeavor expanded my expertise in front-end development. Despite my limited familiarity with CSS and JavaScript, I gained confidence in coding precisely what I wanted and presenting that to the end user. Overcoming challenges, such as mastering the JavaScript fetch function to interact with the API Gateway, was a significant milestone that took a couple of days of troubleshooting after my real work day. When I finally cracked it, the sense of accomplishment was palpable.

In summary, I'm proud of what I've achieved and hope that others can leverage my experience for similar deployments.


Cleaning Up (Destroying) Infrastructure

  • Login to GitHub.

  • Select your repository > Select the Actions tab

  • Select the Destroy Infrastructure Workflow

  • Select the Run workflow dropdown > Select Run workflow button

  • Upon completion of the workflow, you can validate your resources within AWS