DevOps Crash Course (Docker, Terraform, and Github Actions)

DevOps Crash Course (Docker, Terraform, and Github Actions)

DevOps Crash Course (Docker, Terraform, and Github Actions). In this DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure tutorial, you will learn what DevOps is and how to apply some of the most important concepts including: Docker containers, Infrastructure as Code, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment

In this DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure tutorial, you will learn what DevOps is and how to apply some of the most important concepts including:

  • Docker containers
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment

Link to application: storybooks.devopsdirective.com

GitHub Repos:

NOTE: After filming I discovered that the set-env command that I used within the Github Action was deprecated due to a security vulnerability (https://github.blog/changelog/2020-10-01-github-actions-deprecating-set-env-and-add-path-commands/). I replaced the usage with the updated method described here (https://docs.github.com/en/[email protected]/actions/reference/workflow-commands-for-github-actions#environment-files)

TimeStamps:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 1:18 - Project Overview
  • 2:21 - Application Architecture
  • 4:14 - Part 1: Getting the initial project running
  • 7:51 - Part 2: Dockerize the application
  • 9:55 - Docker-compose
  • 11:51 - Aside: Makefiles!
  • 12:31 - Part 3: Terraform (Infrastructure as Code)
  • 17:16 - Setting up Terraform providers
  • 22:21 - GCP Resources
  • 25:55 - Terraform variables
  • 28:23 - Atlas MongoDB Resources
  • 31:42 - Cloudflare Resources
  • 34:33 - Aside: Secrets/credential management
  • 37:21 - Part 4: Deploying Manually
  • 44:25 - Part 5: CI/CD with Github Actions
  • 50:14 - Testing the Github action
  • 51:25 - Separate staging and production
  • 57:22 - Outro

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