Learn how to leverage the Terraform Enterprise (TFE) provider to automate your Terraform Cloud workflows
The TFE Terraform provider can codify your Terraform Cloud workspaces, teams, and processes. In our new Automate Terraform Cloud Workflow tutorial, you will use the TFE provider to automate the following:
Get hands-on experience with the TFE provider by triggering the deployment of a Consul-backed Vault cluster on Kubernetes.
This new tutorial will guide you through automating the demo described in the Deploy Consul and Vault on Kubernetes with Run Triggers tutorial. In the process, you will also gain experience using team-scoped permissions to run each workspace.
By the end of this tutorial, you will understand how to use the TFE provider to codify your Terraform Cloud workspaces, teams, and processes. This can enable your team to automate your workflows and manage your Terraform Cloud permissions in a safe, reliable manner.
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