See how to apply common coding patterns and practices to generate quality Terraform modules your organization can consume at scale — and some of the most common challenges you might face.
Terraform has become the de-facto infrastructure as code tool. Even with widespread use, documented patterns/practices, and continued feature development, we still see common missteps impeding organizations from scaling.
Taking a code-first approach to developing Terraform modules, Tom Straub will apply common coding patterns and practices to generate quality Terraform modules your organization can consume at scale. As part of the implementation services team at HashiCorp, Tom sees many implementations across clients and the challenges they face scaling Terraform within their organization.
In this talk you'll learn: - How and when to write modules - How dependency injection/composition patterns can assist in writing quality modules - How to plan for module changes within an organization, including versioning and collaboration - Lessons learned from the field
Speaker: Tom Straub
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