Use Terraform and Jenkins to implement Infrastructure as Code and Pipeline as Code across multi-cloud environments


  • Step-by-step guidelines for managing infrastructure across multiple cloud platforms.
  • Expert-led coverage on managing Pipeline as Code using Jenkins.
  • Includes images demonstrating how to manage AWS and Azure resources using Terraform Modules.


This book explains how to quickly learn and utilize Terraform to incorporate Infrastructure as Code into a continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline. The book gives you the step-by-step instructions with screenshots and diagrams to make the learning more accessible and fun.

This book discusses the necessity of Infrastructure as a Code (IaC) and the many tools available for implementing IaC. You will gain the knowledge of resource creation, IAM roles, EC2 instances, elastic load balancers, and building terraform scripts, among other learnings. Next, you will explore projects and use-cases for implementing DevOps concepts like Continuous Integration, Infrastructure as Code, and Continuous Delivery. Finally, you learn about the Terraform Modules and how to establish networks and Kubernetes clusters on various cloud providers. Installing and configuring Jenkins and SonarQube in Cloud Environments will also be discussed.

As a result of reading this book, you will be able to apply Infrastructure as Code and Pipeline as Code principles to major cloud providers such as AWS and Azure.


  • Create, manage, and maintain AWS and Microsoft Azure infrastructure.
  • Using Packer, create AMIs and EC2 instances.
  • Utilize Terraform Modules to create VPC and Kubernetes clusters.
  • Put the Pipeline and Infrastructure as Code principles into practice.
  • Utilize Jenkins to automate the application lifecycle management process.


This book will primarily help DevOps, Cloud Operations, Agile teams, Cloud Native Developers, and Networking Professionals. Being familiar with the fundamentals of Cloud Computing and DevOps will be beneficial.