February 14, 2022
Hey there! Cole Morrison from HashiCorp and I (Jenna, here 👋 ) teamed up to build a microservices architectures on AWS with Terraform. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be building out this architecture on Amazon ECS, bring in a service mesh, Consul from HashiCorp, and we’ll show you how to do all of this with Terraform.
Keep reading to join us for the next show, check out the code, or dive right into any episode!
⏰ Thursday, April 28, 2022 at 10am PT / 12pm CT / 6pm GMT
The show airs on HashiCorp Live here every other Thursday at 10am PT / 12pm CT / 6pm GMT.
Grab the code here.
Ep. 1 Summary & ResourcesIn the first episode, we discuss the foundations of a microservices architecture on AWS, the problem space it solves, and where a service mesh fits in. Then we set up a Terraform project from scratch, learn about some of the Terraform fundamentals, and create a VPC on AWS.
Ep. 2 Summary & ResourcesIn the second episode, we show you how to host your first continerized service on Amazon ECS using Terraform to set it up.
Ep. 3 Summary & ResourcesIn the third episode, we show you how to add additional services and an external service (a service outside your ECS cluster, a database) to illustrate the problem of communication, discovery, and scaling.
Ep. 4 Summary & ResourcesIn episode 4, we introduce the concept of a service mesh, give a primer for HashiCorp's Consul service mesh, and start setting up the Consul servers with Terraform.
Hope to see you in our next Learning Live with AWS & HashiCorp livestream, which airs every other Thursday at 10am PT / 12pm CT / 6pm GMT. Join us!