We are pleased to announce that F5 Networks, Nutanix, Tencent Cloud and Helm providers are now available for HashiCorp Terraform. This blog will detail the new providers and include links to additional resources.
» Terraform Providers
» F5 Networks
F5 Networks is an application delivery solutions company based in Seattle, WA. F5 focuses on helping firms securely deploy their applications in public or private cloud environments through hardware, software, or as-a-service solutions.
The F5 BIG-IP Terraform provider enables resources for BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM). BIG-IP LTM is a platform which assists in controlling network traffic for applications and provides monitoring services across infrastructure to ensure reliability and security. The BIG-IP Terraform provider enables operators to provision LTM resources as part of their normal Terraform workflow. For more information about the F5-BIGIP Terraform provider, please visit: https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/bigip/index.html
Nutanix is an enterprise cloud platform company which provides a single OS for organizations running public, private, or distributed cloud environments. They provide software based solutions for assisting enterprises with the challenges of Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI).
The Nutanix Terraform provider enables operators to provision and manage resources and data sources on the Nutanix AHV virtualization solution. For more information about the Nutanix Terraform Provider, please visit: https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/nutanix/index.html
» Tencent Cloud
Tencent Cloud is China-based public cloud service that offers a number of cloud computing capabilities for compute, storage, networking, and many more. Tencent offers services in 45 availability zones across 25 regions worldwide.
The Tencent Cloud Terraform provider enables operators to provision a number of resources, including data sources, container cluster services, and VPCs, as part of their infrastructure provisioning workflow. Authentication can be done through either static credentials in a Terraform configuration file or called as environmental variables. For more information about the Tencent Cloud Terraform provider, please visit: https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/tencentcloud/index.html
Helm is a tool for creating charts which can be used for managing Kubernetes. Recently, we announced an integration with Consul for using Helm charts to deploy and configure Consul on Kubernetes clusters and now we are happy to announce the availability of a dedicated Helm provider for Terraform.
The Helm Terraform provider is used to deploy software packages onto Kubernetes clusters. In order to use this provider, you must be running a recent version of Kubernetes and have installed/configured a local copy of
kubectl. For more information about the Helm Terraform provider, please visit: https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/helm/index.html
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