IaC using Terraform

Learn HashiCorp Certified Terraform Associate (003) certification in Pune, India

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Best Infrastructure as Code (IaC) using Terraform training in Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, India

Infrastructure as Code, more commonly known as IaC, is a practice that is a pillar of DevOps culture. IaC entails writing your desired architecture configuration in code.

Terraform, from HashiCorp, is one of the open source tools that was introduced to the market by HashiCorp in 2014 as IaC software (IaC means we can write code for our infrastructure) that is mainly used for building, changing, and managing infrastructure safely and efficiently.

The infrastructure that Terraform manages can be hosted on public clouds such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and GCP, or on-premises in private clouds such as VMware vSphere or OpenStack. Terraform is in huge demand in the IT market. Learn and master it today!

HashiCorp Certified Terraform Associate training in Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, India

This training is based on the "HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate (003)" updated syllabus! With tremendous popularity and adoption of Terraform by the Industry, the HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate has become one of the most popular certification in today's market. This certification is for Cloud Engineers specializing in operations, IT, or development who know the basic concepts and skills associated with HashiCorp Terraform.


  • No experience in Terraform is required
  • You should have Linux administration course completed or equivalent Linux System administration knowledge.


Please check the syllabus tab above.
We are covering the HashiCorp Certified: Terraform Associate (003) updated syllabus:

Sr. Details
1 Understand Infrastructure as Code (IaC) concepts
  • Explain what IaC is
  • What is Terraform?
  • Infrastructure as Code in a Private or Public Cloud
  • Describe advantages of IaC patterns
2Understand the purpose of Terraform (vs other IaC)
  • Explain multi-cloud and provider-agnostic benefits
  • Explain the benefits of state Purpose of Terraform State
3Understand Terraform basics
  • Install and version Terraform providers
  • Specifiying Provider Requirements
  • Dependency Lock File
  • Describe plugin-based architecture
  • How Terraform Works with Plugins
  • Write Terraform configuration using multiple providers
  • Describe how Terraform finds and fetches providers
4Use Terraform outside the core workflow
  • Describe when to use terraform import to import existing infrastructure into your Terraform state
  • Import Terraform Configuration
  • Use terraform state to view Terraform state
  • Manage Resources in Terraform State
  • Describe when to enable verbose logging and what the outcome/value is
  • Debugging Terraform
  • Troubleshoot Terraform
5Interact with Terraform modules
  • Contrast and use different module source options including the public Terraform Registry
  • Modules Overview
  • Finding and Using Modules
  • Use Modules from the Registry
  • Interact with module inputs and outputs
  • Input Variables
  • Accessing Module Output Values
  • Describe variable scope within modules/child modules
  • Calling a Child Module
  • Build and Use a Local Module
  • Set module version
6Use the core Terraform workflow
  • Describe Terraform workflow ( Write -> Plan -> Create )
  • The Core Terraform Workflow
  • Initialize Terraform Configuration
  • Initialize a Terraform working directory (terraform init)
  • Validate a Terraform configuration (terraform validate)
  • Troubleshoot Terraform
  • Generate and review an execution plan for Terraform (terraform plan)
  • Create a Terraform Plan
  • Execute changes to infrastructure with Terraform (terraform apply)
  • Apply Terraform Configuration
  • Destroy Terraform managed infrastructure (terraform destroy)
  • Destroy Infrastructure
  • Apply formatting and style adjustments to a configuration (terraform fmt)
7Implement and maintain state
  • Describe default local backend
  • Backend Type: local
  • Describe state locking
  • Handle backend and cloud integration authentication methods
  • Log in to Terraform Cloud from the CLI
  • Differentiate remote state back end options
  • Manage resource drift and Terraform state
  • Describe backend block and cloud integration in configuration
  • Terraform Cloud Configuration
  • Backend Configuration
  • Create a Workspace
  • Store Remote State
  • Understand secret management in state files
8Read, generate, and modify configuration
  • Demonstrate use of variables and outputs
  • Customize Terraform Configuration with Variables
  • Output Data from Terraform
  • Describe secure secret injection best practice
  • Vault Provider for Terraform
  • Understand the use of collection and structural types
  • Customize Terraform Configuration with Variables
  • Create and differentiate resource and data configuration
  • Use resource addressing and resource parameters to connect resources together
  • Use HCL and Terraform functions to write configuration
  • Describe built-in dependency management (order of execution based)
9Understand Terraform Cloud capabilities
  • Terraform Cloud Overview
  • Explain how Terraform Cloud helps to manage infrastructure
  • Terraform Cloud Workflow
  • Workspaces
  • Describe how Terraform Cloud enables collaboration and governance
  • Terraform Cloud Teams
  • Sentinel
Exam details for HashiCorp Certified Terraform Associate (003) certification:
  • Exam: HashiCorp Certified Terraform Associate (003)
  • Question types: Multiple choice
  • Total Questions: 57
  • Passing: 70%
  • Time: 60 minutes
  • Pricing: $70.50 USD
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