Mar 17 2020|Rosemary Wang
We are pleased to announce the alpha release of HashiCorp Terraform Operator for Kubernetes. The new Operator lets you define and create infrastructure as code natively in Kubernetes by making calls to Terraform Cloud.
Mar 12 2020|Kaitlin Carter
The Terraform Consul provider exposes resources used to interact with Consul. In this guide, you will learn how to register two external services with a small Consul datacenter, and then configure the Terraform Consul provider to register the external services with health checks to Consul.
Feb 27 2020|Ryan Hall
Last November we announced the release of the tfrun import for Sentinel in Terraform Enterprise and Cloud. The release of the new tfrun import provided customers with an improved policy authoring workflow and the flexibility to author policies that could be applied to an entire organization and reduce the need for policy duplication. Since then we have had a steady flow of feedback from customers covering different use cases that prompted us to extend the list of attributes exposed by the tfrun import.
Feb 26 2020|Lachlan White
This is a guest blog case study by AGL Energy, Australia’s largest private developer of renewable energy assets. Hear how they use Terraform Enterprise and Sentinel policy as code.
Feb 19 2020|Lauren Rother & Paul Welch
Today, we are happy to announce that the HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise integration for ServiceNow Service Catalog supports the full infrastructure lifecycle from creation to deletion.
Feb 06 2020|Jon Schulman
Terraform Cloud provides a robust system for managing your variables. Whether you want to manage them directly from a Terraform configuration or consume or control them via the UI, HashiCorp has you covered. And with our recent addition of variable descriptions in the UI and a facelift to the variable management page, we’d like to share some more about variables with you.
Feb 05 2020|Jon Schulman
Today we’re pleased to release the beta version of Terraform Cloud run triggers. Run triggers provide a simple, programmable way to link workspaces together. This lets you automate runs across workspaces, allowing a new level of flexibility when defining and managing your infrastructure.
Feb 03 2020|Adrien Delorme & Megan Marsh
HashiCorp Packer 1.5 brings two major new features and a long list of smaller improvements. The most exciting changes are that Packer now supports basic HCL2 templates, and we now can share some special information between builders and provisioners, like host IP and port for the build instance. We hope that having access to these details will help simplify your templates and your operations efforts.
Feb 03 2020|The Terraform Cloud Team
Today, we’re pleased to introduce a way for new Terraform Cloud users to try all paid features for free for 30 days. Users who sign up for new accounts starting today will have access to the full free tier and the option to start a trial of the paid features that include the Team offering and the Governance offering.
Jan 31 2020|Kristin Laemmert
Recently, we announced that we will be adding Terraform providers to the Registry. We've started with HashiCorp maintained providers and are working to include all Terraform providers. Soon, Terraform will be able to automatically download and install all providers published in the Registry, including community providers. While the installation process for HashiCorp maintained providers isn't changing, the configuration language is getting an update to support the eventual inclusion of partner and community providers in the Terraform Registry.
Jan 28 2020|Jon Schulman
It’s always been HashiCorp’s position that the best way to provision infrastructure is to store your infrastructure as code (IaC) configuration files in a VCS repository and use Terraform to create resources based on them. See why version control system integration with Terraform Cloud is important.