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The experienced user of Google Cloud will learn how to describe and launch cloud resources with Terraform, an open-source tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared amongst team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned. In these six hands-on labs, you will work with example templates and understand how to launch a range of configurations, from simple servers, through full load-balanced applications. Note: you will have timed access to the online environment. You will need to complete the lab within the allotted time....
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por vadim m

11 de oct. de 2021

Covers some fundamental use cases in cloud management with terraform.

por Rose C

6 de nov. de 2021

Well-designed materials, great lab experience!

por Miguel A

11 de sep. de 2021

E​xcellent practices, some explanations over the code could be deeper than just diagrams, but overall is a good excercise to learn, the best being the chance to practice in actual servers, and the worst that sometimes you need to read a lot of code without much help but the internet (going to hashicorp page and reading what the syntax you found in google course does).

por Dmitry B

14 de jun. de 2021

T​he course builds up your knowledge of Terraform as you progress through the labs. However, there are no lectures and there is no background given so you are expected to figure it out yourself.

por Ren-Her H

1 de dic. de 2021

There is a problem with the last lab which prevents the course from completion. Maybe it is a self-pacing lab, it seems there're no instructors or course administrators to watch the issues students raised in the discussion forum.

por Joachim B

21 de jul. de 2021

Missing theory and some buggy labs. Does not feel like a course. Just a repackage of Google GCP labs.