Recent additions to Terraform Enterprise to enhance manageability and efficiency include flexible deployment options, ephemeral workspaces, and run data retention.
Terraform 1.6 is now generally available, highlighted by a powerful new testing framework to help authors systematically validate the functionality of their code.
Customizable project permissions and policy assignment for HashiCorp Terraform help organizations scale securely and quickly.
Secure your infrastructure by bridging skills gaps, enabling standard workflows, and enforcing policy guardrails with Terraform.
Create multiple configurations with unique dynamic credentials for the same provider within a single Terraform Cloud workspace.
Audit logs let organizations monitor user activity across HCP Packer.
New Terraform Enterprise features for secure self-service infrastructure include Vault-backed dynamic credentials, no-code provisioning, and continuous validation.
HashiCorp Terraform 1.5 is now generally available, featuring a config-driven import workflow and a new language primitive for infrastructure validations.
Dynamic provider credentials in HashiCorp Terraform Cloud now supports Vault dynamic secrets engines to consolidate cloud access for Terraform runs.
Recent Terraform Enterprise releases include powerful new features such as projects, native OPA support, dynamic provider credentials, and drift detection.
Terraform 1.4 is now generally available, featuring enhanced run output in Terraform Cloud, support for OPA policy results in the CLI, and a native replacement for the null resource.