March 21, 2018 By jason-mcalpin < 1 min read

Automate deployment of environments using Infrastructure as Code

IBM Cloud Schematics got deprecated, check the alternative solution Automate deployment of environments using Terraform.

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There is more to discover in this IBM Cloud Schematics tutorial. We encourage you to go through the tutorial. It will guide you how to provision a Linux virtual server, with Apache web server, MySQL, and PHP server (LAMP stack) and Object Storage. 

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