Quickly Deploy Applications Using Terraform With Kubernetes on GCP

Introduction

In previous article, we learnt how to deploy a Wordpress using Kubernetes. Even though in that article I have prepared some scripts to deploy and it is fast enough, there is another way to deploy much more faster. Yes, we can use Terraform. If you have experience on AWS, you may hear about CloudFormation. Terraform is similar to CloudFormation but it can be applied on different cloud providers. In this article, we will deploy two applications using Terraform step by step.

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