HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate Training
Terraform is an open-source “Infrastructure as Code” tool, created by HashiCorp for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure safely and efficiently. Terraform can manage existing and popular service providers as well as custom in-house solutions. Terraform empoweres you to code your infrastructure such as compute instances, storage, and networking, as well as high-level components such as DNS entries, SaaS features, etc.
In HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate Training Course by DevOps University, you will be trained to become an expert in the principles of Infrastructure as Code, resources, modules, variables, state management, the Terraform workflow, Terraform Cloud, workspaces, and many more in a multi-cloud environment.
50% Discount on Training Cost : $499 $249
Limited no. of seats available
6 – 8 hours/week (Weekend Only)
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Terraform is an open-source “Infrastructure as Code” (IaC) tool that automates the provisioning of infrastructure, enabling organizations to develop, deploy, and scale cloud applications with greater speed, less risk, and reduced cost. Terraform enables developers to use a high-level configuration language called HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language) to describe low-level infrastructures provisioning such as compute instances, storage, and networking to high-level components such as DNS, SaaS, etc.
Terraform is an open-source, platform-agnostic, and provisions immutable infrastructure. In this 21-hours hands-on workshop, you will learn from the very basics of Terraform to advance concepts provisioning on the cloud as well on-prem data centers. This workshop will teach you everything you need to know to pass your Hashicorp Certified: Terraform Associate exam.
- Designed by Industry experts
- Interactive/online Classes
- Real-life examples and case studies
The HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate Training by DevOps University will make you proficient in various aspects of Infrastructure as Code (IaC), resources, modules, state management and is designed to help you become a HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate and apply the latest DevOps methodology to automate your software development life cycle.
- Getting environment setup – installations, configurations, etc.
- Account setup – account setup for Terraform and AWS.
- Tools – Visual Studio Code (VS Code)
- Terraform Workflow – write, plan apply
- Terraform Basics – creating resources, modules, variables, and resource addressing.
- State management – terraform import, taint, untaint, and understanding the state file.
- Terraform Cloud – Understanding the Terraform cloud offering.
- Other terraform commands – fmt, refresh, and validate.
The key features of our learning program would be:
- Innovative and Interactive Training sessions
- Explanation of concepts with concise and professional examples
- Self-analysis and group discussions
- Case studies as the application of the concepts which were taught
- Vibrant presentations along with individual and team activities
- Post-training reading suggestions
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- Configuration Management
- HCL – HashiCorp Configuration Language
- Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
- Terraform Cloud
- Various Terraform Providers
- Comparison with other provisioning tools
Benefits for Employees, IT professionals
- It is an official evidence of your knowledge about basic principles of DevOps.
- It gives you an edge over others and helps you get better career opportunities compared to others at the same level.
- 35%+ salary hikes for DevOps engineers (CTC – Online Survey)
Benefits for Employers/Organizations
- Cost reduction due to efficient processes and streamlined workflow.
- With qualified DevOps professionals in the team, productivity is higher.
- Better quality deliverables and higher customer satisfaction.
- Explain what IaC is
- Describe advantages of IaC patterns
- Explain multi-cloud and provider-agnostic benefits
- Explain the benefits of state
- Handle Terraform and provider installation and versioning
- Describe plug-in based architecture
- Demonstrate using multiple providers
- Describe how Terraform finds and fetches providers
- Explain when to use and not use provisioners and when to use local-exec or remote-exec
- Given a scenario: choose when to use terraform fmt to format code
- Given a scenario: choose when to use terraform taint to taint Terraform resources
- Given a scenario: choose when to use terraform import to import existing infrastructure into your Terraform state
- Given a scenario: choose when to use terraform workspace to create workspaces
- Given a scenario: choose when to use terraform state to view Terraform state
- Given a scenario: choose when to enable verbose logging and what the outcome/value is
- Contrast module source options
- Interact with module inputs and outputs
- Describe variable scope within modules/child modules
- Discover modules from the public Terraform Module Registry
- Defining module version
- Describe Terraform workflow ( Write -> Plan -> Create )
- Initialize a Terraform working directory (terraform init)
- Validate a Terraform configuration (terraform validate)
- Generate and review an execution plan for Terraform (terraform plan)
- Execute changes to infrastructure with Terraform (terraform apply)
- Destroy Terraform managed infrastructure (terraform destroy)
- Describe default local backend
- Outline state locking
- Handle backend authentication methods
- Describe remote state storage mechanisms and supported standard backends
- Describe effect of Terraform refresh on state
- Describe backend block in configuration and best practices for partial configurations
- Understand secret management in state files
- Demonstrate use of variables and outputs
- Describe secure secret injection best practice
- Understand the use of collection and structural types
- Create and differentiate resource and data configuration
- Use resource addressing and resource parameters to connect resources together
- Configure resource using a dynamic block
- Describe built-in dependency management (order of execution based)
- Describe the benefits of Sentinel, registry, and workspaces
- Differentiate OSS and Terraform Cloud workspaces
- Summarize features of Terraform Cloud
- Terraform to run Kubernetes Instructions
- Terraform to run Docker instructions
- Terraform to run Ansible Instructions
- Terraform to run AWS Features
- Types of questions
- Focus Areas
- Sample Tests
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