Terraform 0.14 is now available in beta and features improvements in security, visibility, and stability.
We are pleased to announce the availability of HashiCorp Terraform 0.14 in public beta.
Terraform 0.14 focuses on functionality considered to be core to the infrastructure as code experience, including workflow improvements focused on predictability, and helping practitioners make better decisions about the changes Terraform will make. Following the 0.14 release, we will be focusing on stability as we move toward a Terraform 1.0 release.
Terraform 0.14 highlights include:
Here is where to find important getting started information about Terraform 0.14:
To get started using Terraform 0.14:
As with all pre-release builds, remember that v0.14.0-beta2 may still contain bugs and it should not be used in a production setting. We welcome your feedback on the beta. If you run into an issue, please file a new bug report in GitHub. Please check the known issues list before filing to see if your issue has already been reported.
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