Terraform is an amazing toolset for automating infrastructure in the
public and private cloud. This course will teach you the advanced
Terraform concepts and functionality needed to take your skills to the
Deploying and maintaining traditional infrastructure is a manual task
fraught with repetitive tasks, inconsistent configuration, and always out of date documentation. In this course, Terraform Deep Dive, you'll learn
some of the more advanced uses of Terraform for infrastructure
automation. First, you'll learn about importing existing infrastructure.
Next, you'll explore remote state and data sources. Finally, you'll get an
idea of how to integrate Terraform with a CICD pipeline and configuration management software. By the end of this course, you'll know how to
incorporate these techniques into your existing skillset, empowering you
to integrate Terraform into the rest of your operations and expand out
into the larger enterprise.
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 tear form Deep Dive, an intermediate course for those that have a firm grasp on terra form basics and would like to dive deeper down the automation rabbit hole. Deploying and maintaining traditional infrastructure is a manual endeavor fraught with repetitive tasks, inconsistent configuration and always out of date documentation. Maybe you've been tinkering with terra form on some smaller projects. Now it's time to expand your aspirations and tackle enterprise size problems. In this course, we are going to explore some of the more advanced uses of terra form, including importing existing infrastructure, troubleshooting errors, see I CD pipeline integration and configuration management. By the end of this course, you'll have a deeper understanding of terra form, including advanced use cases and how it can integrate with other Dev ops, tools and processes. It's not necessary to be a dev ops guru to jump into this course. However, before beginning the course, a basic understanding of terra form and it's essential functions is assumed. A novice level of familiarity with AWS would also be helpful as the course relies heavily on deploying resources in AWS. If you're interested in taking your fundamental terra form skills and turning them up to 11. I invite you to take the plunge with terra form deep dive at plural site.