Apply the knowledge we've just gained by configuring a few resources. Start by setting up a security group to limit the network access to our resources.
- [Instructor] We've had a little taste … of writing terraform code … and covered the basics of the tool itself. … We also looked at some of the core concepts, … so now it's time to get down … to actually writing some more complex code. … Let me get into my terraform repository, … which is just on my desktop here under tf_code. … And if I list the files there, … you see I've got some plan files and a few other things. … I'm actually going to take a second … to clean those up. … I'm going to clean up, … destroy.plan, example.plan. … Now these two other state files we want to leave alone. … I'ma clean my screen. … So our code is in the file first under scorecode.tf. … Hashicorp's recommended naming convention for .tf files … is to do component, environment, region, … and then whatever other descriptor makes sense. … So it could be something like, … networking-prod-us-west-aws- whatever. … To me, the spirit of that convention is … that your names start … with the most specific category you think you need, …
- Setting up Terraform
- How Terraform works
- Core Terraform commands
- Leveraging style conventions to keep code readable
- Configuring security groups
- Adding load balancers
- Using variables in your code
Skill Level Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. First Steps with Terraform
2. Terraform in Action
3. Infrastructure as Code
4. Advanced Topics
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