terraform Archives - Root Level Technology

Archive: terraform Archives - Root Level Technology

RLT WordPress – Google – Terraform Hackathon 2019

Root Level Technology is hosting its very first online hackathon! This hackathon is intended to test your skills on writing terraform code for GCP and Ansible written code to maintain a fault tolerant and fast loading configured WordPress setup. You must ensure that the WordPress web infrastructure and all of its underlying components (database backend) are highly available! You will be judged on code quality and reliability, as well as speed. The Hackathon is open to teams of 1-4 people. We encourage participants to virtually meet new people and collaborate with those who may have different skills sets. WIN UP TO $500 CASH!! The deadline to signup is July 31, 2019, by 11:59 pm CST All submissions are due by […]

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Root Level Technology Joins The HashiCorp Partner Program

Houston, Texas, Nov. 21, 2018 – Root Level Technology, a highly-specialized cloud strategy partner, today announced that it is now fully engaged in the HashiCorp Partner Program.   A global partner network based around DevOps principles, cloud technologies, and data center management, the HashiCorp Partner Network offers participating organizations access to learning, technical, sales, and marketing resources. Partners can select a specific path depending on their business objectives, and can then use the expertise gained through the program to better serve their clients, at the same time deepening their relationship with HashiCorp.   Every Root Level Technology employee is certified with the full HashiCorp toolset and is equipped with the foundational knowledge to engage with clients and vendors alike, implementing […]

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Review: Writing Infrastructure as code with “Terraform up and running” by Yevgeniy Brikman.

If you’re familiar with DevOps, you’ve probably been introduced to building immutable infrastructure with Hashicorp’s tool, Terraform. Originally, I used AWS CloudFormation but switched right after learning about Terraform. Essentially, Terraform is designed specifically for one purpose: to provision infrastructure. Yevgeniy’s book takes you from beginner to advanced in 170 pages.   2 key points that anyone looking into Terraform should consider What Terraform is, and how it compares to other IAC tools.   How Terraform works, and the versatility it provides across multiple cloud platforms (i.e. AWS, Azure, GCP, and IBM) The Calm Before The Storm In the first 30 pages, you’ll learn a few things outside of Terraform. Yevgeniy talks about the growth of DevOps. He gives a […]

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