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Jan. 10, 2022, 12:45 p.m. | /u/salvaged_goods

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I'm running the AWS infra of a small startup. Not whole lot to manage, S3, ECS, RDS for the webapp, and Codepipeline for CICD. I had a half-baked idea of running Former2 scan on a scheduled Fargate task and send the output to a backup account. Provided the data (mainly RDS) is being backed up to the same account, this would give me a snapshot of the whole infra that could be spin up on short notice.

I'm hoping this to be a so-dumb-it-might-work idea, but it also might but …

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