A Beginner’s Guide to Terraform | Infrastructure as Code
Terraform is an Infrastructure as Code tool that allows you to create Linodes and other resources with declarative code inside configuration files, instead of manually creating those resources via the Linode Manager or API. This video will show you how to get started using Terraform to provision multiple resources on Linode.
0:00 – Intro
0:47 – Benefits of Terraform and IaC
2:20 – Install Terraform
4:15 – Add Linode Provider
5:43 – Add Linode API Token
7:39 – Define Resources
9:25 – Deploy a Linode
10:53 – Add a Domain
12:55 – Add a Domain Record
16:09 – Add a Firewall
20:56 – Hide Sensitive Data with Input Variables
24:00 – Add a Simple Web Server
31:30 – Additional Terraform Features
33:25 – Outro
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