Learn terraform by setting up Highly available wordpress

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Course Description

In this course, you would learn how to set up a highly available WordPress application using terraform.


We begin by setting up our instances and web servers manually and work our way up to automating all using terraform and recreating them again.

At the end of the course you should be able to use terraform, aws cli, amazon and set up a HA application using the tools mentioned.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner student trying to learn terraform
  • AWS engineers that wants to automate their infrastructure using terraform

Course content

6 sections • 18 lectures • 1h 46m total length

  • Introduction to Terraform and necessary tools
    07:46
  • Install terraform and setup first AWS instance
    05:09
  • Repository for the project
    00:02
  • Setup a single Nginx Webserver
    09:34
  • Multiple Nginx Webserver
    02:24

  • Nginx Webserver on Autoscaling group
    12:49
  • Nginx Webserver Behind an application load balancer
    05:21
  • Install Wordpress on Nginx Behind ALB
    04:44
  • ALB sticky sessions
    06:12

  • Setting up our VPC
    06:05

  • RDS
    01:45

  • Auto installing wordpress
    16:11
  • Packer with ami
    06:08
  • Launch wordpress using packer ami
    02:04
  • Launch wordpress using packer ami 2
    03:38

  • outputs
    02:59
  • Secrets
    10:01
  • The need for EFS on your wordpress ASG instances
    04:00

Instructor

DevOps Engineer with over 10 years experience
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I'm a DevOps Engineer with over 10 years experience managing and maintaining highly available and complex cloud infrastructures.


Started out working with Linux flavors like Ubuntu, Redhat, and centos. I have over 9 Certifications in AWS, Azure, and Hashicorp.


I write programs in Python, Terraform, Ansible and work on lots of cloud providers

Expected Outcomes