In this course, you’ll learn about the nuances of deploying infrastructure as code on Amazon Web Services with Terraform, and how to leverage services in AWS to improve your Terraform configurations and deployments.
Terraform is a powerful tool to automate the deployment of your infrastructure across multiple clouds, both public and private. In this course, Implementing Terraform on AWS, you’ll learn about the nuances of deploying infrastructure as code on Amazon Web Services with Terraform, and leveraging services in AWS to improve your Terraform automation. First, you’ll explore the AWS provider and learn how to authenticate and create multiple instances for different accounts and regions. Next, you’ll discover how to leverage S3 and DynamoDB for remote state storage and use AWS data sources. Finally, you’ll understand how to incorporate AWS Code tools to add source control and deployment automation to your Terraform configuration. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of using Terraform needed to deploy and manage infrastructure as code on AWS.
Ned Bellavance is an IT professional and Microsoft MVP with almost 20 years of experience in the industry. Passionate about technology, he is always looking to embrace future trends and share new discoveries with the community.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Ned Bellavance and welcome to my course, implementing Terra Form with Amazon Web Services. I am a Hash Corp ambassador Terra Form certified associate and founder of NED in the Cloud LLC. Has she corpse? Terra form is a powerful tool to automate the deployment of your infrastructure across multiple clouds, both public and private. In this course, we are going to learn about the nuances of deploying infrastructure as code on AWS with terra form and leveraging the services in a W s to improve your terra form automation. Some of the major topics that we will include cover using the AWS provider, including authentication and modules using multiple providers in a single configuration, leveraging AWS S3 storage for remote state and automating deployments with code commit CodeBuild and code pipelines. By the end of this course, you will be ready to deploy and manage infrastructure in AWS with terra form before beginning this course. You should be familiar with a W s, especially the infrastructure as a service components and have an intermediate level of skill with terra form. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about using terra form to deploy infrastructure is code on Amazon web services with the implementing terra form on AWS course at Pluralsight