Terraform is one of the most popular infrastructure as code tools available in the market, one of the reasons behind it’s popularity is because of it’s wide spread support of multiple providers like AWS, Azure, GCP and many more. This makes it one of the very important tools to have hands-on for DevOps Engineers. This course is intended for individuals who are planning to implement Terraform in their organization and wants to get in-depth view about various terraform modules and best practices. Join us in the journey of learning Terraform taught by Zeal, regarded as one of the TOP instructors in the world.
Introduction to Terraform
Terraform installation using Vagrant
First steps in Terraform AWS Setup
First steps in Terraform Spinning up an instance
First steps in Terraform summar
Terraform variables demo
Terraform Software Provisioning
Terraform Demo Software provisioning
Terraform Demo Windows Server Provisioning
Terraform Outputting attributes
Terraform Demo Outputting Attributes
Terraform Remote state
Terraform Demo Remote state
Terraform Data Sources
Terraform Demo Data Sources
Terraform Other Providers
Getting to know the infrastructure tools you have at your disposal can really help your ability to implement solid technical solutions. Terraform is the best current provisioning tool — Terraform is the best tool in its category of infrastructure provisioning tools.
Terraform is a tool for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure safely and efficiently. Terraform can manage existing and popular service providers as well as custom in-house solutions. Configuration files describe to Terraform the components needed to run a single application or your entire datacenter.
Ansible, Kubernetes, Packer, Cloud Foundry, and Pulumi are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Terraform.
Several companies like Uber, Slack and Instacart use Terraform