The redesigned interface for HashiCorp Terraform Cloud brings clarity to how your resources, state, and infrastructure operations are represented during a Terraform run.
Today we’re excited to launch a completely redesigned Apply UI in HashiCorp Terraform Cloud. This new Apply UI optionally replaces the default console output experience with an informationally rich and easier-to-parse design.
In the new design each resource within a Terraform run is represented by a row. The resource row indicates the desired resource action (e.g. create), provider type (e.g. AWS), resource address, and the stages that a resource has gone through to achieve its desired state.
Clicking into a resource shows an expanded view. In this view the resource stages are displayed as a timeline containing useful information such as the elapsed time for each stage and any provider output.
Above the list of resources is a summary count of the resource actions in the run. This summary bar dynamically updates as a run progresses and provides aggregate feedback of resources created, destroyed, or updated.
This new Apply UI is currently in a public beta for all Terraform Cloud users, you will need to activate it on a per-workspace basis. It is available only for workspaces configured to use Terraform 0.15.2 and higher.
To start using the new Apply UI:
We hope you enjoy the new Apply UI, and we look forward to receiving your feedback in this simple form.
HashiCorp Terraform Cloud is free to try, and organizations can upgrade to the Team & Governance or Business tiers at any time. To get started, sign up for Terraform Cloud and follow our Get Started tutorial.
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