Security concerns with a rise in the past, it is always a good practice to secure any connection that connects via public-facing internet. As we know with the current era of service available in cloud, looker as well a fantastic tool for an analytical reporting solution. In this tutorial, we'll learn How to Setup A Search Tunnel for A Database Connection using Terraform with 2 Ways
Welcome to another interesting tutorial on Terraform. In this Terraform tutorial for beginners, we will learn the terraform basics , Terraform introduction, Infrastructure as Code, Terraform Installation on linux, terraform providers and more!. If you are looking for terraform full course, you are at the right place and follow this playlist.
This edition of "Ask Me Anything" is focused on infrastructure and services. Join us during the live stream and ask any questions you might have about managing infrastructure and services.
00:45 Anton Babenko
01:43 History of Infrastructure and Services
05:00 Can you avise on any supply chain monitoring tools ? Is Graefas a viable option ? - @kingalok
07:29 When we can expect any standards for GitOps, similar to DevOps ( IEEE Standard 2695 ) ? - @kingalok
08:41 What challenges an organization will face when migrating from DevOps to GitOps ? Apart from technical, do you see any cultural changes ? - @kingalok
11:20 Channel Promo
12:10 We are currently using aws control tower to manage difference resources in newly created account. should we use terraform, do you have any tips for aws organisations and IaC - @Pavel Malinov
14:02 At present Rancher desktop doesn't supports multi node Kubernetes cluster. Is there any option for multi node Kubernetes cluster with nerdctl and containerd support on Mac - @Ankur Shah
15:00 If someone would like to push for crossplane to provision infrastructure in multiple aws accounts how can we go and boil the frogs? - @Pavel Malinov
16:00 Here's a question, when is the 'devops' industry going to settle so we have standard and not 1000 tools and domain specific languages? - @gvoden
18:48 Why inspec not very popular for infrastructure testing? - @Ankur Shah
20:43 What is the best way to run monolithic Java app in cloud nowadays? Something except beanstalk - @SuMiSc
22:42 The apple m1 laptops were release recently and many firms are buying these devices. What is your experience with setting up a local development environment based on docker on this kind of device? - @Roman
23:43 Can we replicate a new read replica from an already existing read replica deployed in an existing VPC to a newly created difference VPC in the same region? - @Gopi Kris
24:34 What is better Windows or DirectX? (joke) What is better CDK or Terraform? (not joke) Do we need to store state or this not a deal and we need just take care about code? - @SuMiSc
28:54 Cost benefit analysis of software abstraction - @Anton Babenko
32:20 Do devops use design pattersn like software engineers normally do when solving problems? if yes what are they? - @tom jones
35:41 GitOps and progressive rollout. Do we have any solution for the problem when a progresive rollout fails when using GitOps. Like when canary rollout fails, what happens next? - @Stephane Moser
38:23 What is your opinion on cloud certifications? - @gvoden
42:31 Do you need to do anything differently for deploying git submodule projects with ArgoCD - @Ope Omotayo
42:37 Is it a good idea to run stateful middleware/db in K8s like kafka, redis, and postgre? - @Simon
44:37 Is it possible to enable nested virtualization in mac os. Requirement here is I need to run android containers. will something like qemu help? - @Madhan K
45:12 Will VMWare buy Hashicorp? - gvoden
47:28 Number of services provided by Amazon Web Services - @Viktor Farcic
48:51 Thoughts on pulumi - @Fracisco Navarro
55:17 Channel Promo
55:50 How far a Dev should know about infrastructure and IaC? In your opinion, what you expect a develop to know when he/she approaches you with a request or give him a service to he/she be autonomous? - @Stephane Moser
60:48 Anton do you plan to do a Pulmi repo with examples as you do so with Terraform - @Anton Praga
62:10 Closing Remarks
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If you are new to the cloud and want to know how to get started with Terraform this webinar is for you! We will cover the basics of Terraform and show you to create your first cloud resource on OCI.
Being a cloud developer can be hard but there are tons of tools and resources to help smooth the hard edges. One of the tools at our disposal is Terraform, an open-source infrastructure as a code software tool that provides a consistent CLI workflow to manage hundreds of cloud services. But how exactly Terraform is able to connect to those services and create our infrastructure? And can we find the best way to manage our resources? Let’s see it.
One of Amazon Web Services (AWS)’s database products Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) typically requires a lot of clicking around in the AWS Management Console. This effort can take several minutes and if you’re DevOps or simply need to automate the process, marrying Terraform and AWS RDS is a match made in heaven!
In this tutorial, you will learn, step-by-step, how to create a Terraform configuration for an AWS RDS instance and deploy it to the AWS cloud.
Terraform Output helps us to create and integrate several complex modules on your configuration.
Data sources enable Terraform to use the information determined outside of Terraform, represented by different separate Terraform states or code, or changed by functions.
In other words, Cloud infrastructure, applications, and services transmit data, which Terraform can query and perform managing data sources.
For example, terraform manages data sources to retrieve information from cloud provider APIs, such as availability zone IDs or data about the peace of your infrastructure through the outputs of different Terraform states.
Let's talk about Infrastructure as code with Terraform. What is it? And why do we need that in IT? I also show you how to get easily started with Terraform and use it to deploy Docker Infrastructure. But I also show you a Cloud Deployment and how to use Terraform within your projects.
00:00 - Introduction
01:10 - Why do we need Infrastructure as code?
03:25 - Terraform vs Ansible
06:50 - Install Terraform and prepare our projects
09:58 - Simple example with Docker
17:11 - Mistakes you should avoid
19:32 - Cloud Deployment example