Terraform Training

Learn Terraform quickly and easily

No matter where you are in your career, you’ve likely heard about Terraform, the infrastructure-as-code tool created by HashiCorp. This open-source software helped teams around the world manage cloud services for years, becoming the automation tool of choice. Want to learn more and make the most of Terraform? Brainboard provides with Terraform tutorials, Terraform best practices, and hands-on sessions to take on Terraform for AWS, Azure, GCP and other cloud providers.

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Why get Terraform training with Brainboard?

When it comes to Terraform, the team at Brainboard believes people learn best by doing. Brainboard allows you to go hands-on with interactive, live-environments cloud architecture use cases.

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Need to ace an upcoming Terraform associate certification? Work with Terraform for Kubernetes? Deploy Lambda using Terraform for your company? It all starts with a hands-on session you’ll find on Brainboard — each designed to put you on the right learning path no matter what your experience level is. You could be a HashiCorp certified Terraform associate in no time! Browse the available courses now and see for yourself.

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Join an engineering community around IaC tools and best practices

Learn from others, share your work, and extend your tool set with a diverse group of cloud architects, plugin integrations, engineers, managers, DevOps, and many more from around the world.

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Keep up with topical Terraform news

What important updates or industry news is affecting the Terraform community?
The Brainboard blog is a great place to read up on the new and notable, go deep on nuanced topics, and get tips and tricks from Terraform experts.

Best practices

What are Terraform modules and how to use them?

11 min watch

Key Takeaways:

Terraform Modules

Cloud Management Solution

Hashicorp Terraform

Use case

Azure AKS with Log Analytics - CICD engine

12 min watch

Key Takeaways:

CI/CD

DevOps

Automation

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Azure Landing Zone Masterclass

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Key Takeaways:

Microsoft Azure

Design

Template

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AWS Parallel Cluster

15 min watch

Key Takeaways:

AWS

Amazon Web Services

Cloud Architecture

Tutorial

How to manage Azure Sentinel with Infrastructure as code and Terraform?

12 min watch

Key Takeaways:

Microsoft Azure

Sentinel

Design

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16 Best Tools to Design your CICD Engine

6 min read

Key Takeaways:

CI/CD

Deployment

GitOps

Article

How to design software architecture

9 min read

Key Takeaways:

Software architecture

design system

Cloud native

Article

The Best Place to Learn Cloud Computing

5 min read

Key Takeaways:

Cloud computing

Deployment

Infrastructure-as-Code

Article

Worst Data Backup Mistakes that You Should Avoid

5 min read

Key Takeaways:

Database

Data Backup

disaster recovery

Article

An Introduction to Microservices

7 min read

Key Takeaways:

Microservices

Cloud explained

Database

Use case

Manage Azure Sentinel with Infrastructure as code and Terraform

12 min watch

Key Takeaways:

Azure

Sentinel

Terraform

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FAQs

Get answers to frequently asked questions about Terraform learning below.

What is Terraform?

Terraform is an infrastructure as code (IaC) tool, open-source and written in Go by Hashicorp.

It allows you to declare, via your code, what you want for your infrastructure:

- Whether it's the initial provisioning, updating or destruction of your infrastructure, it's the code that drives.
- You declare in your config files the desired state of your infrastructure. Terraform is only going to perform the minimum to get to the state you described.
- You can see and understand your infrastructure by looking at your code
- It's usually versioned with git, so you can roll back at any stage.
- You can use it to test in multiple environments before production. Push the same code into a dev environment, and you can safely test changes. You can use all development best practices like asking a code review by your pair/colleagues... You can iterate quickly and make big changes by changing a few lines. In short, it is paradise for the way of doing DevOps.Example:Your live infrastructure already has a web server and a database running. Your config in your code corresponds perfectly to that. You add in your Terraform configuration that you finally want two databases. When you commit, Terraform will create an extra database and do nothing else. It has reached the desired state declared in your code.

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Terraform vs. Ansible: What are the differences?

Brainboard uses Terraform, an open-source, Infrastructure as Code platform,while Ansible is an open-source configuration management tool focused on the configuration of that infrastructure.

Migrate your team from Ansible to Brainboard and gain:
- 70% time saved for new hires to reach full productivity
- up to 5x faster time to market, from Design to Production

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What is the difference between Brainboard and vanilla Terraform?

Terraform is a powerfull IaC tool that deploys the code you write. Brainboard, on the other hand, is an end-to-end cloud management solution built on top of Terraform with a visual architecture designer, a secure deployment manager, and dashboards to track costs, KPIs, usage, and more.

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Terraform and Kubernetes: How do they work together?

Engineers & DevOps need to scale and automate their infrastructures.

Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.

Brainboard is an ecosystem of tools for engineers like Chafik & Jeremy made to make their lives better. Naturally, we decided to integrate Kubernetes into our ecosystem of devices. With Kubernetes & the power of Brainboard, it is a way to accelerate deployment and automate tasks like never before.

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How does Brainboard support multiple cloud provider versions?

The cloud resources present in Brainboard are the same resources you find at Terraform, but they are organized in categories instead of having a flat tree of all the items in it.

We currently support 4 cloud providers: AWS, Azure, GCP & Scaleway.

We support different versions for every cloud providers available which allows users to support their existing infrastructure and ease the migration into newer versions.

We are also planning to add more cloud providers in the future.

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Is Brainboard free?

Yes, just sign up and enjoy building cloud architectures visually. The free version access is ideal if you are seeking to get familiar with cloud architectures.

To deploy your architecture, check our pricing plan.

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Can I create repeatable templates for my cloud infrastructures?

One of the ways to start quickly on Brainboard is to chose from the templates' catalog the architecture you want.

Examples of the available architectures:
- Azure AKS, web application, Hub and spoke
- AWS secure VPC, secure EKS, Jenkins implementation on multiple regions
- Google load-balancers

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