AWS VPC with Two Subnets

AWS VPC with Two Subnets Lab

AWS VPC with Two Subnets Lab

Welcome to the AWS VPC with Two Subnets Lab! In this lab, we will explore how to create a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) in AWS using Terraform. A VPC allows you to provision a logically isolated section of the AWS Cloud where you can launch AWS resources in a virtual network that you define. By creating two subnets within the VPC, we can further segment and control the network traffic flow. This lab will provide you with hands-on experience in setting up a VPC and its associated subnets, enabling you to gain a deeper understanding of networking concepts in AWS.

To complete this lab, we will be using Terraform, an infrastructure as code tool that allows you to define and provision infrastructure resources in a declarative manner. Terraform uses the HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL), a simple and human-readable syntax, to describe the desired state of your infrastructure. By leveraging Terraform's capabilities, we can easily create and manage our VPC and subnets in a repeatable and automated manner. Throughout this lab, you will learn how to write HCL code to define the VPC and subnet configurations, and then use Terraform to provision the resources in AWS. Let's get started and dive into the world of AWS VPCs and Terraform!


60 min.



  • Cloud Provider: AWS
  • Language(s): HCL
  • Tooling: Terraform
  • Category: Networking

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