2023-02-06, 14:25–14:50, C.1.155
Terraform is a GREAT tool, but like a lot of other things in life, it has its pitfalls and bad practices.
Since you are working with Terraform, you probably went through its documentation, which can tell you what resources can be used - BUT do you always have a clear path towards using these resources? How should modules be constructed? How should you structure your Terraform code in general?
In this talk, I’ll cover the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to Terraform. I will show practices for working with Terraform that were put together with a lot of blood, sweat, and tears, so you’ll ultimately have a go-to approach and a paved way for working with Terraform, whether it’s an existing codebase or a new functionality altogether, and also hopefully make you think about the big picture and utilize Terraform in a broader context rather than just an “infrastructure as code" tool.
Hila Fish is a Senior DevOps Engineer at Wix, with 15 years of experience in the tech industry.
AWS Community Builder, and a public speaker who believes the DevOps culture is what drives a company to perform at its best and talks about that and other DevOps/Infrastructure topics at conferences.
She carries the vision to enhance and drive business success by taking care of its infrastructure.
In her spare time, Hila is a lead singer of a cover band, giving back to the community by co-organizing DevOps-related conferences (Inc. "DevOpsDays TLV" & "StatsCraft" monitoring-focused event), providing mentorship and managing programs in “Baot” (The largest Israeli technical women’s community), and enjoys sharing her passion and knowledge wherever she can, including across diverse technology communities, initiatives and social media.