This is part of the Terraform Learning Series.
Terraform is a HashiCorp open-source tool for deploying infrastructure in multiple cloud environments.In this session, we will explore Infrastructure as Code and how Terraform works
This is a FREE class!
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What you will learn
- What Is Terraform State?
- Shared Storage for State Files
- Limitations with Terraform’s Backends
- Isolating State Files
- Isolation via Workspaces
- Isolation via File Layout
- The terraform_remote_state Data Source
DevOps, Developers, Architects
- Some background with Unix or Linux including the command line
- Some knowledge of a programming language such as Java, C#, Python, Node.js, etc.
What to Bring
- A reasonably modern laptop
- Unrestricted connection to the Internet. Laptops with overly restrictive VPNs or firewalls may not work properly
- Chrome browser
- SSH client for your platform
- Need to have a Machine Learning Environment setup on your laptop. Please follow this guide
Mark is an experienced, hands-on software architect, practicing and teaching AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Spark, Hadoop, NoSQL, and more. He worked in a variety of verticals (Hightech, Healthcare, O&G, Legal, Fintech). His classes are hands-on and draw heavily on his industry experience. Mark is certified in Google Cloud (GCP), Amazon (AWS), and Hadoop.
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