Create and use Terraform modules to organize your configuration. Host a static website in AWS using two modules: one from the Terraform Registry and one you will build yourself. Organize configuration using directories and workspaces.
Read about how Terraform modules make configuration easier to organize, understand, reuse, and share. Learn about the directory structure of a module, and how to call them.
Use modules from the public Terraform Registry to define an Amazon VPC containing two EC2 instances. Select module and root input and output variables, install the modules, and apply the configuration.
Write a local module to create an Amazon S3 bucket hosting a static website. Create a module directory, write the module configuration, variables, and outputs, and call the module from a root configuration.
Import modules to share securely in Terraform Cloud's free private module registry. Fork an example module, tag a version-controlled release, deploy the module into the registry, and use it in a configuration.
Deploy development and production versions of an S3-hosted static website. Separate their configuration into files, directories, and workspaces, and explore the architectural trade-offs of each approach.
Learn the architectural recommendations for module creation distilled from engagements with large enterprises using Terraform. Use Terraform module best practices to scope, build, improve and consume Terraform modules.