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How do I use Terraform to enable local zones in AWS?

To enable AWS Local Zones using Terraform, you can use the “aws_local_zone” resource type in Terraform. The following is an example of how to declare this resource in Terraform configuration file:

resource "aws_local_zone" "example" {
  name = "example-local-zone"

In the above example, the aws_local_zone resource type creates a new Local Zone with the name “example-local-zone”.

You can also specify other parameters such as the parent region for the Local Zone and the provider for the resource.

provider "aws" {
  region = "us-west-2"

resource "aws_local_zone" "example" {
  name    = "example-local-zone"
  parent_region = "us-west-2"

Once you have declared the resource in Terraform configuration, you can run terraform apply to create the Local Zone. You can also use terraform plan to preview the changes that will be made before applying.

Note: Before using Terraform to enable Local Zones, you need to have the necessary permissions and resources available in your AWS account.

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