How to Deploy a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) VM Instance in GCP using Terraform

In this story, we will learn how to deploy a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) VM Instance (VM) in GCP (Google Cloud Platform) using Terraform.

Prerequisite: GCP Credentials

Before creating our GCP VM Instances, we will need GCP Credentials to execute our Terraform code.

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Guillermo Musumeci

Guillermo Musumeci

Certified AWS, Azure & GCP Architect | HashiCorp Ambassador | Terraform SME | KopiCloud Founder | ex-AWS | Entrepreneur | Book Author | Husband & Dad of ✌

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