Terraform Corporate Training Course

Edstellar's instructor-led Terraform training course enables teams to automate cloud infrastructure deployment and management. This customizable training covers integrating Terraform with version control systems and CI/CD pipelines. Gain expertise in infrastructure automation using this industry-leading tool.

16 - 32 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Terraform Training

Drive Team Excellence with Terraform Corporate Training

On-site or Online Terraform Training - Get the best Terraform training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

Terraform skills enable an organization with fast, error-free, and resource-efficient manual infrastructure management and deployment processes. Edstellar's Terraform training course guides teams with the skills to automate infrastructure management using the popular infrastructure-as-code tool. With this training, employees acquire the expertise to streamline infrastructure deployment and management, reducing manual efforts and increasing efficiency. 

The Terraform instructor-led training covers various aspects of Terraform, including configuration and syntax, resource management, and troubleshooting and debugging techniques. Professionals learn to use Terraform to create, update, and delete resources across various cloud platforms and services. Through this onsite Terraform training, teams learn to create and manage infrastructure as code, leverage Terraform modules for modular infrastructure deployment, and integrate with popular cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and GCP.

Terraform Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from industry-recognized Terraform training providers. The course includes the following key learning outcomes:

  • Manage Terraform state effectively
  • Troubleshoot Terraform errors and issues
  • Design and implement infrastructure solutions
  • Become aware of the Terraform ecosystem and community resources
  • Create Terraform modules for reusability and maintainability of infrastructure code
  • Use Terraform to create and manage infrastructure resources in various cloud platforms
  • Use Terraform Enterprise for collaboration, governance, and automation in larger teams
  • Understand Infrastructure as Code (IaC) principles and how Terraform fits into the IaC landscape
  • Get familiar with Terraform configuration syntax, including modules, providers, variables, and outputs

Key Benefits of the Training

  • Facilitates collaboration and knowledge sharing among teams, fostering a culture of DevOps and enabling cross-functional collaboration
  • Equips teams with the skills to leverage Terraform's modular approach, promoting code reuse and accelerating infrastructure development
  • Enables organizations to streamline infrastructure provisioning and management, leading to increased efficiency and reduced manual efforts
  • Empowers organizations to adopt infrastructure as code practices, enabling faster deployment cycles and improved agility in response to business needs
  • Improves resource utilization by automating the lifecycle management of infrastructure, allowing organizations to focus on strategic initiatives and innovation
  • Enhances scalability and consistency of infrastructure deployments across multiple cloud platforms, ensuring reliable and standardized infrastructure configurations

Terraform Training Topics and Outline

This Terraform Training curriculum is meticulously designed by industry experts according to the current industry requirements and standards. The program provides an interactive learning experience that focuses on the dynamic demands of the field, ensuring relevance and applicability.

  1. Introduction to Terraform
    • What is Terraform?
    • Benefits of Infrastructure as Code
  2. Introduction to Infrastructure as Code
    • Understanding Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
    • Advantages of IaC in modern IT
  3. Benefits of Infrastructure as Code
    • Scalability and consistency
    • Version control and collaboration
    • Automation and efficiency
  4. Overview of Terraform
    • Terraform features and capabilities
    • Comparison with other infrastructure provisioning tools
  5. Terraform architecture
    • Components of Terraform
    • Execution flow of Terraform commands
  1. Terraform installation and setup
    • Installing Terraform locally
    • Setting up Terraform environment
  2. Terraform configuration files
    • Understanding HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language)
    • Structure of Terraform configuration files
  3. Provisioning resources with Terraform
    • Defining resources in Terraform
    • Resource blocks and attributes
  4. Resource dependencies and ordering
    • Managing dependencies between resources
    • Controlling resource ordering and execution
  5. Variables and data types in Terraform
    • Using variables in Terraform configurations
    • Declaring variables and assigning values
  1. Input variables and variable files
    • Declaring input variables
    • Assigning values to input variables
  2. Output variables
    • Defining output variables in Terraform
    • Extracting and using output values
  3. Terraform functions and expressions
    • Built-in functions in Terraform
    • Using functions for data transformation
  4. Terraform interpolation syntax
    • Interpolating variables and expressions
    • Dynamic configuration with interpolation
  5. Generating configurations with loops and conditions
    • Using loops for resource generation
    • Conditional logic in Terraform configurations
  1. Terraform workspaces
    • Creating and managing workspaces
    • Workspace-specific state management
  2. Creating and managing multiple environments
    • Using workspaces for environment separation
    • Managing environment-specific configurations
  3. Terraform modules: introduction and benefits
    • Introduction to Terraform modules
    • Benefits of modularizing Terraform configurations
  4. Module structure and organization
    • Creating and structuring Terraform modules
    • Best practices for module organization
  5. Using modules from the Terraform registry
    • Discovering and using community modules
    • Publishing and sharing custom modules
  1. Introduction to Terraform state
    • Understanding Terraform state and its purpose
    • Importance of Terraform state management
  2. Local state vs. remote state
    • Comparing local state and remote state
    • Pros and cons of local and remote state
  3. Managing Terraform State
    • Initializing and managing Terraform state
    • State backups and recovery
  4. Terraform state locking
    • Understanding state-locking mechanisms
    • Implementing state locking for collaboration
  5. Backends for remote state storage
    • Configuring and using remote state backends
    • Choosing the right backend for remote state
  1. Terraform commands and workflow
    • Essential Terraform commands and their usage
    • Typical Terraform workflow for infrastructure management
  2. Initializing a Terraform configuration
    • Initializing a Terraform working directory
    • Downloading required provider plugins
  3. Planning and applying changes
    • Creating and reviewing execution plans
    • Applying changes to provision infrastructure
  4. Terraform state management commands
    • Inspecting and managing Terraform state
    • State-related commands and their usage
  5. Destroying infrastructure with Terraform
    • Safely destroying provisioned infrastructure
    • Cleaning up resources and state
  1. Introduction to AWS and Terraform integration
    • Overview of AWS services
    • Terraform Integration with AWS
  2. Configuring AWS provider in Terraform
    • Setting up AWS provider credentials
    • Configuring AWS provider settings
  3. Provisioning EC2 instances with Terraform
    • Creating EC2 instances with Terraform
    • Managing EC2 instance Configuration
  4. Managing AWS networking resources
    • Creating VPCs, subnets, and security groups
    • Managing AWS networking resources with Terraform
  5. Working with AWS security groups and IAM
    • Configuring AWS security groups with Terraform
    • Managing IAM users and roles with Terraform
  1. Introduction to remote state in Terraform
    • Benefits and advantages of remote state
    • Reasons to use remote state in Terraform
  2. Configuring remote state backends
    • Available remote state backend options
    • Configuring remote state backend in Terraform
  3. Migrating from a local state to a remote state
    • Steps for migrating Terraform state to remote backend
    • Considerations and best practices for migration
  4. Collaborating with teams using remote state
    • Sharing and collaborating on remote state
    • Access control and permissions for team collaboration
  5. Managing state locking with remote backends
    • Enabling and managing state-locking mechanisms
    • Preventing concurrent state modifications
  1. Introduction to provisioners in Terraform
    • Purpose and use cases of provisioners
    • Types of provisioners: local and remote
  2. Types of provisioners: local and remote
    • Local provisioners: executing scripts on a local machine
    • Remote provisioners: executing scripts on provisioned resources
  3. Executing scripts with provisioners
    • Configuring and executing local provisioners
    • Configuring and executing remote provisioners
  4. Provisioning with configuration management tools
    • Integrating configuration management tools (e.g., Ansible) with Terraform
    • Combining Terraform and configuration management for infrastructure deployment
  5. Using provisioners for post-deployment tasks
    • Executing post-deployment actions with provisioners
    • Implementing custom actions with provisioners
  1. Importing existing resources into Terraform
    • Importing and managing existing resources in Terraform
    • Importing resource state into Terraform state
  2. Tainting Resources in Terraform
    • Marking resources for recreation or replacement
    • Tainting resources and forcing recreation
  3. Debugging Terraform configurations and errors
    • Troubleshooting and debugging Terraform C\configurations
    • Common issues and solutions for debugging
  4. Troubleshooting Terraform issues
    • Identifying and resolving common Terraform issues
    • Troubleshooting strategies and techniques
  5. Logging and error handling in Terraform
    • Logging options and best practices in Terraform
    • Handling errors and exceptions in Terraform
  1. Introduction to Terraform modules
    • Understanding the concept of Terraform modules
    • Benefits and use cases of Terraform modules
  2. Creating and using modules
    • Creating and structuring Terraform modules
    • Using modules in Terraform configurations
  3. Module inputs and outputs
    • Defining input variables in modules
    • Returning output values from modules
  4. Module composition and reusability
    • Composing modules to create complex infrastructure
    • Reusing and sharing modules within an organization
  5. Organizing and sharing modules
    • Best practices for organizing and managing modules
    • Sharing and publishing modules for community use
  1. Terraform built-in functions
    • Overview of built-in functions in Terraform
    • Commonly used built-in functions and their usage
  2. String, list, and map functions
    • Manipulating and transforming strings in terraform
    • Working with lists and maps using terraform functions
  3. Advanced function usage in Terraform
    • Advanced techniques and use cases with Terraform functions
    • Custom function creation and extension
  4. Conditional expressions and control structures
    • Using conditional statements in Terraform
    • Implementing control structures for dynamic configurations
  5. Dynamic resource creation and configuration
    • Generating resources dynamically with functions and expressions
    • Automating resource creation based on dynamic input
  1. Remote state storage backends
    • Overview of remote state storage options
    • Choosing and configuring remote state backends
  2. Terraform state locking with remote backends
    • Enabling and managing state locking for remote backends
    • Preventing concurrent state modifications in team environments
  3. Collaborating on remote state
    • Sharing and collaborating on remote states with teams
    • Implementing access control and permissions for team collaboration
  4. Migrating to the remote state
    • Migrating existing local state to remote state backend
    • Considerations and best practices for migration
  1. Infrastructure security best practices
    • Overview of infrastructure security principles
    • Implementing security best practices in Terraform
  2. Secure credential management
    • Securely managing credentials and secrets in Terraform
    • Using tools and techniques for credential encryption and storage
  3. Security auditing and compliance
    • Auditing infrastructure security in Terraform
    • Ensuring compliance with security standards and regulations
  4. Security considerations for provider integration
    • Evaluating the security of third-party providers and integrations
    • Implementing secure integrations with external services
  5. Secure Terraform configuration management
    • Best practices for secure Terraform configuration management
      • Applying security controls to Terraform configurations

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Terraform Corporate Training Prices

Elevate your team's Terraform skills with our Terraform corporate training course. Choose from transparent pricing options tailored to your needs. Whether you have a training requirement for a small group or for large groups, our training solutions have you covered.

Request for a quote to know about our Terraform corporate training cost and plan the training initiative for your teams. Our cost-effective Terraform training pricing ensures you receive the highest value on your investment.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your Terraform training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

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125 licenses

64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

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350 licenses

160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

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Enterprise Package

900 licenses

400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Designed for large corporations

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Unlimited licenses

Unlimited duration

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This Corporate Training for Terraform is ideal for:

The Terraform training suits organizations seeking to enhance their skills in infrastructure automation. The training is also intended for system administrators, devops engineers, cloud architects, software developers, IT managers, operations engineers, and release engineers.

Prerequisites for Terraform Training

There are no prerequisites for taking the Terraform training course. However, having a basic understanding of IT infrastructure, including servers, networks, and storage and cloud computing concepts, would be beneficial.

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