Using Vagrant, Docker, & Terraform to streamline your development & demo environments
Are developers and QA who are globally distributed on the same page in your organization? Are you spending too much time troubleshooting configuration issues instead of product issues? Do you have a distributed sales team that needs access to a reusable demo library? Electric Cloud was confronted with the same problems and in this talk they share how they overcame these challenges. Tools such as Vagrant, Docker and Terraform allowed them to get on the same page, streamline their development environment and allowed them to scale. Beyond engineering, support and sales got on board and started using the same tools for cases and demos. They saw results across the organization and want to share ehri success and some tips for rolling out these initiatives across your business. - - - Nikhil Vaze is a Senior Software Engineer on the Electric Cloud engineering team. He is a full stack engineer and loves to hack on things. Nikhil holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and Master of Science in Security Informatics from Johns Hopkins University.
Terraform for the Rest of Us
Full Transcripts Found Here: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources?events=hashiconfeu2019
Infrastructure as Code for VMware with Terraform
Full Agenda and Question List: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/infrastructure-as-code-for-vmware-terraform Watch this demo on how to get started with Terraform modules and vSphere and NSX-T Terraform providers. Solutions Engineer Adam Cavaliere (HashiCorp) and Cloud Management Technical Lead Grant Orchard (VMware), will cover using Terraform infrastructure as code for your VMware environments.
Introducing the Terraform SaaS Free Tier
Full Transcript: http://hashicorp.com/resources/hashicorp-announces-terraform-saas-free-tier With the creation of a free SaaS tier for Terraform, small teams can now use a cloud-based service to store state, acquire locks, and ensure there's only one Terraform application running at no extra cost.
Terraform 0.12: HCL2 and Remote Plan & Apply
Full Transcript: http://hashicorp.com/resources/introducing-terraform-0-12 Terraform 0.12 is a big release with the introduction HCL2—a more flexible iteration of the HashiCorp Configuration Language with notable new features such as for loops. 0.12 also includes remote plan and apply, which keeps secrets off of CI systems and developer machines.
What's New in Terraform 0.12?
This talk is presented by Nic Jackson, a Developer Advocate at HashiCorp. This presentation as originally given by Kristin Laemmert, on the Terraform team. Terraform 0.12 has been one of the most anticipated releases of the software in many years, with key updates to error messages and HCL. Get plenty of your questions about the next version of Terraform answered in this talk! The talk was part of the first HashiTalks online event—A 24-hour continuous series of presentations from the worldwide HashiCorp User Group (HUG) community and from HashiCorp engineers as well. The event took place from February 21-22, 2019. Check out your local chapter or start a new one here: www.meetup.com/pro/hugs
Kubernetes the Hard Way Using Terraform
Ever heard of the book—Learning Python the Hard Way? Sometimes the hard way is better, and you learn more in the process. Aidan Daniels-Soles of Nebulaworks takes a page from Kelsey Hightower's various Kubernetes GitHub guides for learning things "the hard way" as well. This talk is an overview of Terraform in the context of building out a Kubernetes cluster "from scratch" using Kelsey Hightower's "Kubernetes The Hard Way". This talk was part of the first HashiTalks online event—A 24-hour continuous series of presentations from the worldwide HashiCorp User Group (HUG) community and from HashiCorp engineers as well. The event took place from February 21-22, 2019. Check out your local chapter or start a new one here: www.meetup.com/pro/hugs
From Terraform Configuration to a Deployed Cluster in One Click Using HashiCorp Terraform and Vault
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Develop and Test Infrastucture Like Application
SkyWay, the largest WebRTC platform in Japan, is deployed all over the world with AWS. This is realized by HashiCorp tools like Terraform, Vagrant, Consul, and Serf. To develop infrastructure effectively, we have not only built infrastructure with HashiCorp tools, but also tested with other tools such as Serverspec and drone.io. As a result, similar to application development which often includes "development and test" loop, our infrastructure is developed and managed by the loop. Find out great practices in detail about how to develop and test your infrastructure in a similar way to application development and testing. --------------- Sho Yamamura works at NTT Communications. He is originally web application engineer. He mainly worked on investigation of performance of web protocol and development of some applications and SDK of SkyWay which is WebRTC PaaS provided by his team. He now works for making SkyWay's infrastructure more reliable and scalable one using Terraform, Consul, Serf and AWS. Kenta Katsura is a software engineer at NTT Communications. He worked on cloud based infrastructures for SkyWay which is a platform of WebRTC. Also, he focuses on the DevOps as automation of testing and deployment. He likes playing computer games like a MOBA.
Best Practices for Using HashiCorp Terraform with HashiCorp Vault
For HashiCorp fans, Terraform and Vault have been the go-to products for provisioning and securing cloud infrastructure as organizations move to the cloud. Terraform is releasing 0.12 and Vault surpassed 1.0 (and is now at 1.1). Many organizations have already adopted Terraform and Vault and are looking to adopt Consul. However, as organizations mature in usage of the HashiCorp stack, how can the various products work together to further optimize workflows? In this webinar, we’ll walk you through best practices for using Vault to secure data with Terraform.
Terraform Best Practices (SRE NYC)
Abstract: Hashicorp's infrastructure management tool, Terraform, is no doubt very flexible and powerful. This talk seeks to answer several questions related to best practices: 1) how do we write Terraform code and construct our infrastructure in a reproducible fashion that makes sense?, 2) how do we keep code DRY, segment state, and reduce the risk of making changes to our service / stack / infrastructure? Speaker: Jonathon Brouse is a cloud engineer / architect contractor currently working in the Big Data and IoT space. He comes from an operations background that spans financial, publishing, IoT, and compliance industries.
How to Build Reusable, Composable, Battle tested Terraform Modules
Yevgeniy Brikman, Co-Founder of Gruntworks Listen up, developers. You are not special. Your infrastructure is not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You have the same tech debt as everyone else. So why are you reinventing the wheel? Why are you building the same infrastructure, from scratch, over and over again? This is a talk about a better way to build and manage infrastructure: Terraform Modules. Yevgeniy Brikman, author of Terraform: Up & Running will walk you through how to: 1. Capture solutions to infrastructure problems as code using Terraform 2. Package that infrastructure code into reusable, composable Terraform Modules 3. Design clean and flexible module APIs 4. Evolve your infrastructure with semantically versioned modules 5. Create automated tests for your modules 6. Combine multiple modules to build an entire end-to-end tech stack in minutes
Terraforming the Kubernetes Land
Radek Simko, Terraform Expert HashiCorp Modern infrastructure can sometimes look like a wedding cake with many different layers. It’s no surprise for seasoned users that Terraform was able to provision the most lower layers - compute - for a long while. Skipping a few layers in between, workload scheduler like Kubernetes is typically represented as the top one, exposing high-level APIs for scheduling and scaling pods, managing persistent volumes and restrictions & limits for scheduling. Terraform 0.10 comes with Kubernetes provider which supports all stable (v1) Kubernetes resources from K8S 1.6. In this talk you’ll hear about particular examples of where it’s useful to use Terraform for managing K8S resources, what benefits do you get compared to other solutions and demo gods permitting you’ll also see how to get from zero to an application running on K8S.
Webinar: DevOps Delivered: Deploying Azure Infrastructure with Terraform
Learn how @HashiCorp Packer and Terraform provide a common workflow to provision and run infrastructure on Microsoft Azure with Seth Vargo, Eugene Chuvyrov, and Christopher Boumenot.
Automating Infrastructure Management with Terraform
The modern datacenter has evolved dramatically over the last few years. Where before there were a few dozen physical servers in a single datacenter, cutting edge infrastructures now span multiple data centers using physical, virtual and containerized workloads. As the complexity of infrastructure grows, we increasingly need smarter tooling to help us manage the complexity and while making it faster to iterate and evolve our infrastructure. Terraform was written with the requirements of modern infrastructure in mind. It makes use of a high-level declarative configuration and handles the heavy lifting involved in orchestrating infrastructure changes across multiple SaaS, PaaS and IaaS providers in parallel safely and quickly. In this talk, we will introduce Terraform. We will cover what it is designed to do, how it works, and what problems it helps to solve. Using Terraform, we can tame the complexity curve and make the modern datacenter manageable. https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform About the Presenter: Armon (https://twitter.com/armon) is the CTO of HashiCorp (https://www.hashicorp.com/), creators of tools like Vagrant (http://vagrantup.com/), Packer (http://packer.io/), Serf (http://serfdom.io/), Consul (http://consul.io/) and Terraform (http://terraform.io/). His focus is on the real-world application of distributed systems to solve problems, specifically in the world of DevOps and application orchestration.
San Francisco HUG: HashiCorp Terraform
HashiCorp Terraform: Trulia’s Unique Adoption & New Product Releases w/ Mitchell Hashimoto Speaker #1: Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder @ HashiCorp Twitter: @mitchellh, GitHub: @mitchellh Speaker #2: Zane Williamson, Senior DevOps Engineer @ Trulia Twitter: @zane_williamson, GitHub: @sepulworld
Modular Infrastructure Deployments at New Relic with HashiCorp's Terraform
Learn more - http://amzn.to/2k5kgPI On the next episode of This Is My Architecture, Lisa Moreno from New Relic explains how they take a modular approach to automated AWS infrastructure deployment using HashiCorp's Terraform.
AutomaCon 2016: Infrastructure as Code with Terraform (Seth Vargo, Hashicorp)
September 28, 2016 - This talk is aimed at teaching users the internals and externals of Terraform, a free and open source tool for provisioning infrastructure. Terraform truly encapsulates "infrastructure as code" with its declarative DSL, the ability to manage cloud and bare-metal resources, and expanding community support for CDNs, third-party mail providers, and more. Terraform's graph-based approach allows for maximum parallelization, making it one of the faster infrastructure provisioning tools on the market. With a VCS-friendly format and remote state management, Terraform is also a great tool for working in a team environment.
Templating your Terraform
Cellstack is Glider Labs' toolkit for assembling container-based service stacks. Building on tools like Terraform and Packer, Cellstack abstracts some common patterns to describe infrastructure in terms of smaller composable service definitions. This lets us quickly bootstrap full-fledged production stacks with Consul service-discovery, log aggregation, etc. that can be baked down into Vagrant images for local deployment. - - - Matt Good is developing components for container-based infrastructure at Glider Labs. While building software at companies including YouTube and LinkedIn, Matt has rotated between all aspects of web application development, and focused on improving the developer experience with tooling, testing, and automation. This led him to building Docker-based components to help simplify the DevOps process.
Terraform w/ Lee Trout
Talk Summary The discussion will focus on development patterns and how to effectively structure Terraform code to take advantage of all the features TF provides. This will be an informal conversation and include live coding demos that work 60% of the time... every time. If at any time the group has more interest in any specific area we'll focus on answering questions and having a valuable conversation instead of marching through slides. If you're not familiar with Terraform (TF) it's from Hashicorp (the creators of Vagrant) and is a configuration tool for managing infrastructure as code. The talk will briefly compare and contrast other configuration tools in this same domain before diving in to live examples that show the power and flexibility of using a 3rd party tool with support for multiple service providers. There will be a real world example of how TF is used at ŷhat with broad points on bringing sanity and organization to AWS resources. Lee's Bio Lee Trout is a software engineer working remotely in Jonesborough, TN. He currently leads DevOps for ŷhat, a startup based in Brooklyn, NY. Prior to ŷhat, Lee cofounded Efficiency Exchange, a clean-tech energy management solution for Chinese manufacturers. Lee recently held the position of Lead Product Engineer for WhatRunsWhere, a competitive intelligence service for online media buying. Lee is a hockey fan & ETSU alum.
Terraform features you should be using
Infrastructure as Code with Terraform
Jenkins User Conference IL 2017 - Kiril Nesenko, VMware
Running a Terraform Environment at Scale
Jeff Storey, Director of Cloud Tools Dev at Capital One
Going Multi-Cloud with Terraform and Nomad
Paddy Foran, Terraform Expert at HashiCorp
Let's Talk Terraform
Terraform is another one of those must-see, must-use tools, much like Vagrant. This introduction will hopefully inspire you to check it out and start writing your infrastructure as code today.
Evolving Your Infrastructure with Terraform
Nicki Watt, CTO at OpenCredo
Create, Change, and Orchestrate AWS Infrastructure with Terraform
HashiCorp and AWS hosted a webinar on November 17th, 2016 featuring Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder & CTO of HashiCorp, and Brandon Chavis, Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services. Description: Build your entire AWS infrastructure with one command. Servers, network, storage, DNS, CDNs, load balancers, and much more all have APIs. Terraform is a tool to model all of these resources in a single language across multiple cloud providers, then bring then up and connect them all in a single command. Terraform can then be used to model changes to your AWS infrastructure and safely effect those changes. Terraform's safety comes from the ability to "plan" changes: Terraform shows you an execution plan of what it will do before it does it. You can then determine if a change is safe or not and whether to apply it. Along with this safety Terraform is highly resistant to errors: it retries failed operations and is idempotent and can be run again if an operation cannot complete the first time. In this talk we present the problems faced in automating infrastructure and how Terraform is being used to solve them in production.
Solutions Engineering Hangout: Infrastructure as Code with Terraform and vRealize Orchestrator
Full details here: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/terraform-vmware-vro-infrastructure-as-code In this video, HashiCorp solutions engineer Arslan Saeed teaches viewers how to use VMware's vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) to interface with HashiCorp Terraform, allowing you to create vRO Workflows and Actions that can easily provision infrastructure on Microsoft Azure, AWS, GCP and any other provider.
5 Lessons Learned From Writing Over 300,000 Lines of Infrastructure Code
Full Transcript: https://hashicorp.com/resources/lessons-learned-300000-lines-code This talk is a concise masterclass on how to write infrastructure code. I’ll share key lessons from the “Infrastructure Cookbook” we developed at Gruntwork while creating and maintaining a library of over 300,000 lines of infrastructure code that’s used in production by hundreds of companies. Come and hear our war stories, laugh about all the mistakes we’ve made along the way, and learn what Terraform, Packer, Docker, and Go look like in the wild. Topics include how to design infrastructure APIs, automated tests for infrastructure code, patterns for reuse and composition, patterns for zero-downtime deployments, refactoring, namespacing, versioning, CI / CD for infrastructure code, and more.
San Francisco HashiCorp User Group: Terraform 0.10 & Credit Karma's Adoption
On August 16, 2017, we hosted a San Francisco HashiCorp User Group meetup at Credit Karma. Armon Dadgar, Founder & Co-CTO at HashiCorp and Daniel Martinez, Software Engineer at Credit Karma, presented at this meetup. Armon discussed new releases in Terraform 0.10 and Daniel discussed what led Credit Karma to adopting Terraform and how they now use the tool today.
Journey to the Cloud with Packer and Terraform
Nadeem Ahmad, Software Engineer at Box Engineering teams that have run their services traditionally on long-running bare-metal servers can find the task in migrating to a more modern, dynamic, and elastic cloud-based infrastructure very daunting. Well, in just over a year, the Productivity Engineering team at Box, accomplished just that! The Productivity Engineering team at Box has a mission to enable other engineers to be more productive and owns the continuous integration (CI) pipeline (services and infrastructure). Historically, we ran our infrastructure on single-purpose, long-running bare-metal nodes. There were multiple problems that arose from this approach, but being a CI team, the issue of host divergence resulting in test failures seen on one node and not another, was the standout problem for us and other engineers at the company. With the aid of HashiCorp’s excellent tools, Packer and Terraform, we have successfully moved our entire infrastructure from bare-metal servers to a hybrid cloud consisting of OpenStack and AWS. Due to this substantial milestone, we are now able to tear down and bring up our infrastructure very quickly, which was unimaginable in the bare-metal world. There were many challenges we faced along the way, along with learning some very valuable lessons. This talk will discuss those challenges, the solutions we came up with to solve those challenges, and share the lessons we learned. The talk will detail how instrumental Packer & Terraform were to our journey. The session also covers some of the tools and user-friendly abstractions we built on top of Packer & Terraform, which allowed us to obtain even further value from them.
HashiCorp & Microsoft: Enabling Repeatable Deployments with Terraform on Azure
Deploying and managing infrastructure has historically been a manual and often error-prone process. The popular DevOps concept known as Infrastructure as Code (IaC), using HashiCorp Terraform allows you to avoid these challenges by creating reliable, repeatable and automated deployments on Microsoft Azure. Join us for an on-demand webinar with experts from Microsoft and HashiCorp to learn about the benefits of using Terraform with Azure and learn how to create a deployment for a multi-tier application with networking and security requirements. In this webinar we’ll cover: - Set up and use of Terraform with Azure - Provisioning secured environments with private and public network tiers - Provisioning and managing application infrastructure - Using Terraform Enterprise to enhance governance and team collaboration
Scaling Support with Vagrant and Terraform
Stephen Lechner, Product Manager at Datadog Datadog’s monitoring solution touches on hundreds of different technologies and it runs on thousands of possible stack combinations. Our Solutions Team is regularly challenged to build test environments that reproduce unique customer conditions and issues. Building test environments is onerous and time-consuming, but with the help of Hashicorp’s Vagrant and Terraform, we’ve developed a more scalable system with which we can build and manage test environments as a team and easily re-use each other’s work. This presentation will summarize how the Datadog’s Solutions Team built our “Sandbox” and how we used Vagrant and Terraform to help solve our scalability challenges
Terraform Core Refactor Review
This is a hangout we did at HashiCorp to review the major refactor that went into Terraform core: https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform/pull/1010
Terraform Enterprise Workspaces Walkthrough
This is a basic walkthrough of the core workflow in the Terraform Enterprise Workspaces Beta. https://www.hashicorp.com/products/terraform
Terraform update at HashiConf 2017
Mitchell Hashimoto, HashiCorp Co-founder & CTO, discusses all the new updates to Terraform during the HashiConf 2017 morning keynote.
Who Terraforms Terraform? Inside HashiCorp Operations Engineering
Paul Hinze, Director of Infrastructure & Platform at HashiCorp
HashiCorp Terraform and the four phases of the journey to collaborating on infrastructure as code
Organizations of all sizes are adopting cloud-based services for application workloads. The development teams using these cloud-based services are able to operate with greater independence from the operational constraints of their underlying infrastructure. For most organizations, this means navigating the transition from a relatively static pool of homogeneous infrastructure in dedicated data centers to a distributed fleet of servers spanning one or more cloud providers. To handle this shift, many organizations treat their cloud-based infrastructure as code -- managing and provisioning it collectively. HashiCorp Terraform uses infrastructure as code to provision any cloud infrastructure. HashiCorp Terraform provides a collaborative workflow for teams to safely and efficiently create and update infrastructure at scale. However, not all organizations are ready to jump right into this. HashiCorp and partner, Contino, will explain the four steps to full-scale infrastructure as code for operators to provision and manage their cloud infrastructure at scale. Join us to learn: - Why to use collaborative infrastructure as code to address technical and organizational challenges provisioning cloud infrastructure - How to self-assess your infrastructure as code practices and organizational maturity - How to identify the next steps every organization can take to move forward in the journey to the cloud Presenters - Maciej Skierkowski, Senior Product Manager, HashiCorp - Jordan Taylor, DevOps Practitioner, Contino
Symphony DevOps Using Hashicorp Packer & Terraform
One of the biggest challenges our customers face is automating application images using Infrastructure-as-Code in this video we will show you how to automate an application build on Symphony, using Hashicorp Packer and Terraform, with AWS APIs. Github link: http://bit.ly/2EcyBIm Try it for yourself - signup for Stratoscale Symphony Free Trial here: http://bit.ly/2zssXxK
WinOps 2017 Alex Magnay - Azure infrastructure as code with Hashicorp Terraform
What is infrastructure as code and why should you care? In a demo rich session, Alex will use Hashicorp Terraform to rapidly deploy, manage and tear down resources on Azure. You'll be shown how it benefits Development, Security and Operations teams and how it fits into a DevSecOps way of managing IT. Alex will show how to get started and share his tips from the field. Finally, did we mention Terraform is free?!
Terraform Enterprise: Understanding Workspaces and Modules
Full Transcript: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/terraform-enterprise-understanding-workspaces-and-modules Learn about decomposing infrastructure code for workspaces and module reuse.
Microservices with Terraform, Consul, and Vault
Carlos Leon, Software Engineer at Container Solutions Microservices with Terraform, Consul, and Vault From bare metal to the cloud, setting up a microservices infrastructure can be quite challenging, especially if you are a developer with little to no knowledge in programmable infrastructure. Mantl comes out of the box with all the rights tools you need to get from zero to creating your infrastructure (with Terraform) to deploying your artifacts into production to service discovery (with Consul) to managing your secrets (with Vault) without hassle. What will participants expect to get? Participants should expect: To get a general understanding of the capabilities of Terraform for bootstrapping infrastructure A general overview on microservices discovery with Consul API Keys and Certificates sharing with Vault Who will benefit? This talk will benefit managers, leaders and engineers who are interested in finding a one-stop, opinionated solution for setting up a microservices infrastructure at scale on premise as well as on different cloud providers.
Another Tour of Terraform 0.12
Terraform 0.12 is a major milestone release that introduces many exciting and long-awaited new features. Kristin Laemmert, a Terraform core developer, covers updates to HCL (the HashiCorp Configuration Language), including: rich value types, "for" expressions, and conditional expression improvements; new features such as machine-readable output and Terraform providers in the Registry; and a glimpse of features yet to come. Whether you are brand new to Terraform, a battle-hardened practitioner, an interested decision-maker, or someone who likes cute cat pictures, this talk has something for you!
Why should I consider Terraform Enterprise?
Terraform is a free and open source tool, so what are the reasons that would encourage you to upgrade to the enterprise version of the tool? HashiCorp co-founder and CTO Armon Dadgar outlines some of the difficulties large and medium-sized organizations run into when trying to manage infrastructure as code with multiple teams. Without some of the features in Terraform Enterprise, version control and governance become very difficult at scale.
Terraform Crash Course
Hi everyone, This is my first Crash Course on Terraform =] Hope you guys enjoy it. Do comment! I'll try to catch up with the feedbacks ASAP. https://www.terraform.io/
Terraform & ServiceNow What this means for your DevOps workflows
We recently announced the HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise integration for ServiceNow Service Catalog. Learn more about how this integration will impact your provisioning and DevOps workflows across your teams.
Advanced Multipurpose Infrastructure: A Self-Managed Cloud Environment with HashiCorp Terraform
HUG community member, Aleks Volochnev gives a talk on Advanced Multipurpose Infrastructure: A Self-Managed Cloud Environment with HashiCorp Terraform. Modern distributed applications are very demanding when it comes to infrastructure, but it becomes twice as hard if you have to design and implement an overall development workflow for a huge system: integration testing, acceptance testing, demo sandboxes, staging, and finally production. Aleks Volochnev's team faced a lot of issues building an efficient, flexible and capable cloud environment for a complex service-oriented architecture application, but they ended up having a great multi-purpose cloud solution delivering required environments within a minute and then automatically dispatching them as soon as they become unnecessary. Hear all about how this team used Jenkins, Terraform, and infrastructure as code practices to surprise their CFO with much smaller cloud infrastructure bills. This talk was part of the first HashiTalks online event—A 24-hour continuous series of presentations from the worldwide HashiCorp User Group (HUG) community and from HashiCorp engineers as well. The event took place from February 21-22, 2019. Check out your local chapter or start a new one here: www.meetup.com/pro/hugs
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Azure Friday | HashiCorp Terraform on Azure
Hariharan Jayaraman joins Scott Hanselman to talk about how HashiCorp Terraform provides an easy way to define and deploy cloud infrastructure using HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL). This custom language is easy to write and easy to understand, and Hariharan gives you the steps to start using Terraform with Azure. Install and configure Terraform to provision VMs and other infrastructure into Azure: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/linux/terraform-install-configure Terraform-providers/terraform-provider-azurerm (GitHub): https://github.com/terraform-providers/terraform-provider-azurerm/tree/master/examples Microsoft Azure Provider (Terraform site):https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/azurerm/
Introduction to HashiCorp Terraform with Armon Dadgar
HashiCorp Co-Founder and CTO, Armon Dadgar, explains the basics of Terraform, what it is, and how it works in this informative whiteboard video. Learn more: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/introduction-terraform-armon-dadgar-video
Solutions Engineering Hangout: Security in Depth with Terraform and Vault
Learn more: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/security-in-depth-terraform-vault Ever wondered how you can combine infrastructure and secrets management into one automated flow? Terraform and Vault, two open source tools from HashiCorp, can make this simple, providing a security in depth approach for your DevOps teams. Dave Arnold of HashiCorp's solutions engineering team will give a technical deep-dive of Vault with Terraform. After the 15 minute demo, we take live questions from the audience.
Terraform 0.12 Deep Dive: HCL Enhancements for Infrastructure as Code, Remote Plan & Apply
Full agenda and question list: http://hashicorp.com/resources/terraform-0-12-deep-dive-hcl-2-remote-plan-apply This deep introduction to Terraform 0.12 includes a demo of the new remote plan and apply feature.
Terraform Workflow at Scale: Best Practices
Full Transcript: http://www.hashicorp.com/resources/terraform-workflow-best-practices-at-scale What is the optimal workflow process for Terraform in a large, multi-team enterprise? Watch this whiteboard video by Terraform co-creator Armon Dadgar to find out about the high-scale Terraform best practices.
The Right Way to DevOps with Terraform and Ansible
Shrivatsa Upadhye gives a talk on the right way to DevOps with Terraform and Ansible. You may have already heard of Infrastructure as Code or better yet used one of these. Let's talk and look at quick demo on how to best utilize the powerful capabilities of Terraform and Ansible to deploy, configure and maintain your applications in Public Cloud.
Terraform Tutorial : Provision EC2 on AWS with Terraform | Step by Step guide for beginners
Link to the step by step guide: https://github.com/ravsau/aws-labs/tree/master/terraform-aws Link to the cloudformation playlist:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQP5dDPLts644H-gXjuRFq3k-2AR17UnQ Link to the AWS CLI Setup video: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=FOK5BPy30HQ My New Video : 15 MUST KNOW things about EC2 https://youtu.be/4IKqrG3-Sos Buy my courses on Udemy for $10: my AWS Lambda Udemy Course : https://www.udemy.com/lambda-course/?couponCode=LAMBDA10 my AWS Command Line Interface course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/aws-cli-course/?couponCode=CERTIFIED my AWS Key management Service (KMS) course on Udemy: :https://www.udemy.com/kmscourse/?couponCode=AWSKMS10 ------------------------------------------------- Suggestion for Mac users: Use the command: `brew install terraform` You'll be ready to go! --------------------------------------------------- Thanks for viewing. Please leave any feedback. See you again!
Demo: Terraform Cloud Remote State Management
This is a demo screencast of Terraform Cloud's remote state managemen feature. Terraform Cloud is a SaaS application that brings free collaboration features to individual Terraform users and teams with additional paid-tier feature sets that provide team management, self-service infrastructure, and governance features. With Terraform Cloud remote state management, individual users no longer need to maintain local state files and teams no longer need to carefully share or manage those files. Terraform Cloud will automatically handle everything.
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Spinning up AWS EC2 instances in the cloud with terraform
Check out my full terraform course at: https://www.udemy.com/learn-devops-infrastructure-automation-with-terraform/?couponCode=TERRAFORM_YTB This video shows how to spin up an AWS EC2 instance with terraform. Terraform is great tool! It will make your life a lot easier.
Using Terraform Enterprise and Chef to enable Continuous Deployment at Barclays
Brian Simpson-Adkins, Product Owner, Infrastructure as Code at Barclays Barclays exists in a heavily regulated industry and as a result manual process has crept in over time to reduce risk. This has slowed innovation and tied the hands of developers. Over the past 3 years Barclays has been on a DevOps and Lean transition which has seen a lot of the manual processes streamlined to better enable our application teams. Developers are performing Continuous Integration processes but deployment of our applications is still largely manual. With the introduction of a new Hybrid Cloud platform we’re better equipped to help our developers drive automated change and through the use of tools such as Terraform Enterprise and Chef we’re enabling our application teams to rapidly deliver that change to our customers. This talk will walk through some of the challenges Barclays faced due to financial regulation, some of the limitations we imposed on ourselves in order to reduce risk and how we are changing technology at Barclays to address these challenges and better enable our developers.
Webinar: Controlling Your Organization With HashiCorp Terraform and Google Cloud Platform
Build your entire infrastructure across Google Cloud with one command. Servers, network, storage, DNS, CDNs, load balancers, and much more all have APIs. Terraform is the product to codify all these resources in a single language. A single command then provisions the resources and connects them. Changes to infrastructure happen in the code and are reapplied with a single command. Seth and Dana will discuss how Terraform addresses several core use cases as organizations look to accelerate their adoption of cloud: - Infrastructure as code - Cloud platform management - Self-service infrastructure Join us to learn: - How Terraform can manage infrastructure in Google Cloud - How infrastructure operators can create isolated environments for teams to easily provision the infrastructure best suited for their applications - How developers can reuse Terraform code to consistently build infrastructure for their applications. PRESENTERS Seth Vargo, Director of Technical Advocacy, HashiCorp Dana Hoffman, Software Engineer, Google Cloud Platform
Provisioning Kubernetes clusters on AKS using HashiCorp Terraform | Azure Friday
Anubhav Mishra (Developer Advocate, HashiCorp), joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how to use HashiCorp Terraform to create & manage Kubernetes clusters in Azure using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Mishra further explains the benefits of using Terraform to provision Azure infrastructure and demonstrates how to configure a Kubernetes cluster on AKS. For more information: + HashiCorp Terraform overview https://aka.ms/azfr/460/01 + Get started with Terraform Enterprise https://aka.ms/azfr/460/02 + Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with Terraform (GitHub) https://aka.ms/azfr/460/03 + Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) overview https://aka.ms/azfr/460/04 + Create a free account (Azure) https://aka.ms/azfr/460/free
Introduction to Terraform ( Infrastructure as Code )
Introduction to Terraform ( Infrastructure as Code ) Related Video : Introduction to Infrastructure as Code ( IAC ) http://bit.ly/2yJusoZ
HashiCorp Terraform to Provision & Manage Oracle Cloud
Organizations are migrating their applications to the cloud. For operators provisioning infrastructure, this presents new challenges: how to address cloud scale, heterogeneity, and enabling developers with a self-service model for provisioning. HashiCorp Terraform enables operators to use infrastructure as code, a consistent workflow to provision infrastructure from any provider including Oracle Cloud, and a self-service workflow for publishing and consuming modules. Oracle Cloud Platform is a comprehensive, standards-based combination of Oracle and open source technologies to enable you to more efficiently build, deploy, integrate, secure and manage all your enterprise applications. The Terraform provider for Oracle Cloud provides a consistent way for organizations to adopt Oracle Cloud Platform for the first time or integrating it into their existing cloud environments. This webinar features Matthew Frahry of HashiCorp and Stephen Cross of Oracle discussing how to use Terraform to provision Oracle Cloud. We conduct a live demonstration of the Oracle PaaS Provider and answer questions from attendees about both solutions. Agenda 0:00 - 0:10 - An Overview of Terraform 0:10 - 0:18 - An Overview of Oracle Cloud PaaS Database & Java Cloud 0:18 - 0:21 - Using the Oracle Cloud Platform Provider 0:21 - 0:26 - Demo & Upcoming Roadmap 0:26 - 0:38 - Q&A
Provisioning and Managing Kubernetes on AWS with HashiCorp Terraform
Containers have changed the way organizations deploy, manage, and update their applications. Watch this webinar to learn how AWS and HashiCorp are working together to address the challenges of containers and hear from a mutual customer, Pearson, on how they have incorporated both Terraform and EKS into their application deployment strategy. PRESENTERS: Adam Cavaliere, Sr. Solutions Engineer, HashiCorp Chris Hein, Container Partner Solutions Architect, AWS Ben Somogyi, Principal Systems Architect, Pearson Watch all of our webinars at: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/?content_type=Webinar
Sentinel and Terraform Enterprise demo
This demo explores Sentinel, HashiCorp's policy-as-code framework, and its integration into Terraform Enterprise. Learn more: https://www.hashicorp.com/sentinel Sentinel is an embeddable policy as code framework to enable fine-grained, logic-based policy decisions that can be extended to source external information to make decisions.
Terraform Cloud General Availability: All Tiers - HashiConf Keynote 2019
Full Transcript: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/keynote-terraform-cloud-and-cost-estimation Watch Armon Dadgar reveal the GA lineup of Terraform Cloud features, including new capabilities for Teams, and cost estimation to make sure you don't overspend on cloud provisioning.
Webinar: Multi-Cloud, One Command with Terraform
Multi-Cloud, One Command: HashiCorp Terraform’s Creator & A Key Customer Share Their Blueprints for Cloud Impact, Cost Savings Build your entire infrastructure across many clouds with one command. Servers, network, storage, DNS, CDNs, load balancers, and much more all have APIs. Terraform is the product to codify all these resources from many clouds in a single language. A single command then provisions the resources and connects them. Changes to infrastructure happen in the code and are reapplied with a single command. Mitchell Hashimoto, the creator of Terraform, and Calvin French-Owen, Co-Founder of Segment, will be discussing Terraform. Terraform addresses several core use cases as organizations look to accelerate their adoption of cloud: - Infrastructure as code - Cloud platform management - Self-service infrastructure Watch this recording to learn: - How Terraform can provision infrastructure in private cloud, AWS, Azure, GCP, and more using a consistent workflow. - How infrastructure operators can create self-service infrastructure modules for development teams to easily provision application infrastructure. - What is new with Terraform open source and enterprise and see a demo of the latest release. - How Segment uses Terraform to create shareable modules that provide a high-level set of primitives that are “efficient by default”. This reduces unnecessary spend on infrastructure while increasing utilization. Presenters - Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder and Co-CTO, HashiCorp - Calvin French-Owen, Co-Founder, Segment
Solutions Engineering Hangout: Terraform on Azure for Beginners
HashiCorp Solutions Engineer, Sean Carolan, provides a beginner's guide to managing Azure services with Terraform.
Scaling with Terraform: The Journey from Startup to Enterprise
Clint Shryock, Lead Engineer, Terraform Enablement at HashiCorp HashiCorp Terraform has grown to become a staple amongst the Global 2000 for managing cloud infrastructure. With over 100 distinct providers, Terraform allows users to safely and predictably build, change, and version their infrastructure with ease, all while scaling with your team. In this talk, Clint invites you on a journey of scaling with Terraform-- from the very first user to the very first team, and then onward and upward to large-scale adoption across an enterprise. No matter what stage you're at, Terraform is with you.
Webinar: Provisioning Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with HashiCorp Terraform
Watch our recent webinar with Oracle on provisioning Oracle Cloud infrastructure with HashiCorp Terraform.
Ansible and HashiCorp: Better Together
Full Transcript: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/ansible-terraform-better-together Automation tools don’t have to be competitive, great things can be achieved when you combine great tools together and collaborate. Come along and learn how Terraform users can leverage Ansible to achieve their goals of an automated enterprise through complimentary security, image management, post provisioning configuration and integrated end to end automation solutions. This talk is presented by Dylan Silva of Red Hat and Sean Carolan of HashiCorp.
Terraform and The Extensible Provider Architecture
Clint Shryock, Terraform Expert at HashiCorp Terraform Providers are behind the Terraform adage, provision any infrastructure. Terraform has an expansive ecosystem of providers to provision resources for Cloud, services, platforms, and more. Basically anything with an API can have a provider built for it. In this talk Clint will discuss the internals of Terraform (graph, state, plugins) and the internals of a Provider, the process and anatomy for building a provider, and a demo to explore the possibilities when it comes to managing your infrastructure and applications.
A Tour of Terraform 0.12
Full Transcript: Coming soon to https://hashicorp.com/resources/?events=HashiConf%202018 Join Kristin for a scenic tour of Terraform 0.12; a major milestone release which introduces some fantastic new features and a few breaking changes, and sets the foundation for exciting future enhancements to Terraform. Terraform 0.12 focuses on major Terraform language improvements, improved error messages, and Terraform Providers in the Registry. The improvements to HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language, the syntax of Terraform configurations) include "for" expressions, conditional expression improvements, nullable arguments, an exact 1:1 mapping with JSON, and much more! Many of these changes have been requested for years, and in addition to the immediate benefits, the new HCL engine gives us much more flexibility to introduce new features in the future. Whether you are brand new to Terraform, a battle-hardened practitioner, an interested decision maker, or someone who likes talks with lots of cute cat pictures interspersed among the slides, this talk has something for you!
Conducting a Large Scale Infrastructure Migration Using Terraform
Full Transcript: Coming soon to https://hashicorp.com/resources/?events=HashiConf%202018 A large benefit of using Terraform is the ability to track infrastructure using code. Prior to 2017, the data engineering team at Reddit was managing all of its AWS resources using manual processes. In this talk, we outline how our use of Terraform has evolved from then to now, and how we utilized Terraform’s strengths to conduct a large scale migration across AWS regions.
Install and Setup Terraform | Launch ec2 instance with Terraform
This tutorial is about setting up Terraform and launching an ec2 instance. The commands/configuration used are available at http://jee-appy.blogspot.com/2016/09/setup-terraform-launch-ec2-instance.html
Provision to Production with Terraform Enterprise
In this episode we'll show you how to enforce your AWS tagging standards with Sentinel, restrict which instance types can be run, and centralize your Terraform state management for maximum efficiency and cost savings. In the first part of this two-part webinar we showed you how to cut costs with AWS Lambda and Terraform. Take it a step further and optimize your production workload deployments with Terraform Enterprise. In this webinar, Sean Carolan will introduce Terraform Enterprise with Sentinel and demonstrate how to deploy your production workloads with maximum efficiency. Finally, Sean will give a demo and wrap up by answering questions about Terraform and Sentinel.
Terraform Basics 1: Introduction to Managing Infrastructure
Introduction to the Hashicorp Terraform mini-course. An overview of the practical project we'll be creating with Hashicorp's Terraform, a list of prerequisite skills you need, and a few other things. DigitalOcean Signup Link: http://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=0380a1db56a6 This video is part 1 of the project-based DigitalOcean/Terraform mini-course: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtK75qxsQaMIHQOaDd0Zl_jOuu1m3vcWO Project Code Repository: https://github.com/groovemonkey/digitalocean-terraform Huge thanks to DigitalOcean for their sponsorship -- they made these videos possible! This video series is based on a DigitalOcean tutorial: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-terraform-with-digitalocean (with some updates and changes). Check out my step-by-step project-based Linux course for beginners, 93% off when you use this link: https://www.udemy.com/hands-on-linux-self-hosted-wordpress-for-linux-beginners/?couponCode=TL-YOUTUBE Official Site & e-mail list: https://tutorialinux.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tutorialinux Twitter: https://twitter.com/tutorialinux Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tutorialinux Podcast: http://kernelpanicpodcast.com
Space Pods in Action: How TrueCar Uses HashiCorp Terraform to Build Ephemeral Environments
In this episode of This is My Architecture, David Giffin, VP of Technology at TrueCar describes how they build modular, ephemeral "Space Pods," to give every developer a personal environment at any tier of the application. They also HashiCorp's Vault to store their secrets. They're migrating to AWS, and deftly making use of Amazon Cloudfront and Elastic Load Balancers to move their production traffic gradually to the new architecture in AWS. Learn more about This Is My Architecture at - http://amzn.to/2sapX5v.
Introduction to Sentinel, HashiCorp Policy as Code Framework
Full Transcript: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/introduction-sentinel-compliance-policy-as-code In this video, HashiCorp Co-Founder and CTO, Armon Dadgar explains Sentinel. Sentinel introduces policy as code as a powerful framework built-in to HashiCorp Enterprise tooling to allow granular, logic-based guardrails, business requirements, legal compliance, and more to be actively enforced by running systems in real-time. Sentinel limits exposure by codifying business and regulatory policies to ensure infrastructure changes are safe. Together infrastructure as code and policy as code empower users to safely automate infrastructure management.
HashiCorp Solutions Engineering Webinar Series: Episode 1 - Terraform
Provisioning VMs to Public Clouds with Terraform These webinars occur bi-weekly and rotate between HashiCorp products. We start each webinar with a short overview of one of our tools and then transition to an in-depth live demo of how the tool can solve real-world challenges customers face when provisioning, securing, connecting, and running applications in cloud-based infrastructure. In this first webinar, Roger Berlind introduces HashiCorp Terraform, explains how it helps customers provision their infrastructure, and gives a demo in which he uses Terraform to provision VMs to the AWS, Azure, and Google clouds. Jon then answers questions about Terraform from the audience. PRESENTERS Roger Berlind, Sr. Solutions Engineer, HashiCorp Jon Benson, Global Head of Solutions Engineering, HashiCorp AGENDA (Times in PST) 0:00 - 0:05 Introduction: Amanda MacLeod 0:05 - 0:20 Terraform Overview: Roger Berlind 0:20 - 0:50 Terraform Demo: Roger Berlind 0:50 - 1:00 Open Q&A: Jon Benson
DevOps: Поговорим о Terraform
Terraform vs CloudFormation С такой темой выступит Тарас Котов – сертифицированный архитектор ПО, который уже 5 лет работает с AWS. В своём докладе Тарас сравнит IaC-инструменты HashiCorp Terraform и AWS CloudFormation, а также поделится советами, как использовать Terraform.
HashiCorp Terraform Adoption Stages
In this video, HashiCorp co-founder and CTO Armon Dadgar gives a brief, whiteboard overview of a typical Terraform adoption journey. As organizations start to use HashiCorp Terraform, and then as their use of it grows, they'll typically go through four stages of growth. Learn more: https://hashicorp.com/resources/terraform-adoption-journey
Building Automated Pipelines for Infrastructure Code with Terraform and Packer
This talk is presented by Tilen Faganel, a senior consultant at OpenCredo. The presentation was part of the first HashiTalks online event—A 24-hour continuous series of presentations from the worldwide HashiCorp User Group (HUG) community and from HashiCorp engineers as well. The event took place from February 21-22, 2019. When talking about continuous delivery and testing, we typically spend most of our attention on microservices and the things surrounding them. But there is so much more than microservices that need just as much attention. A big part of that is infrastructure. As with application code, writing and manually managing it as a single monolithic unit alongside microservices in not enough anymore and does not scale. Today, the goal is to use Terraform and Packer to efficiently manage and automate infrastructure at scale. We need an independent, tailored build pipeline, automated unit and functional tests, automatic deployment, environment drift detection, automatic corrections, and a way to handle dependencies to give us real confidence in our infrastructure.