The Terraform Book

· James Turnbull
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About this ebook

A hands-on, introductory book about managing infrastructure with Terraform. Start small and then build on what you learn to scale up to complex infrastructure. Written for both developers and sysadmins. Focuses on how to build infrastructure and applications with Terraform.


The book contains:


Chapter 1: An Introduction to Terraform

Chapter 2: Installing Terraform

Chapter 3: Building our first application

Chapter 4: Provisioning and Terraform

Chapter 5: Collaborating with Terraform

Chapter 6: Building a multi-environment architecture

Chapter 7: Infrastructure testing 


Updated for Terraform 0.12!

4.5
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James Myddelton
March 22, 2018
Excellent book
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Ravichandran Somasundaram
February 10, 2020
Can this ebook updated to version: v1.5.0 (0beb4ee)?
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Anil Das
July 25, 2021
AÀA BOSS NETWORK
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About the author

James Turnbull is the author of numerous technical books about engineering and infrastructure and is a long-time member of the open source community. 

James is currently CTO at Empatico, an education technology start-up in New York. He was previously CTO at Kickstarter, VP of Services at Docker Inc, VP of Engineering at Venmo and at Puppet Labs running Operations and Professional Services.

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