Terraform Cloud’s Free tier now offers new features — including SSO, policy as code, and cloud agents — while new paid offerings update scaling concurrency and more.
Today we are excited to introduce updates to our lineup of HashiCorp Terraform Cloud offerings that provide access to premium features for up to 500 resources in the Free tier, as well as new paid offerings for management capabilities, scaling concurrency, and enterprise support, as well as consistent billing metrics based on managed resources, across tiers.
These updates to our Terraform Cloud offerings are based on feedback from users and customers and are designed to:
This table provides an overview of the updated Terraform Cloud offerings:
To see the full list of capabilities in each package, visit the HashiCorp Terraform pricing page.
Terraform Cloud Free is great for small teams and organizations getting started with Terraform. Free includes everything needed to use Terraform in a team setting, including remote state, remote runs, private registry, secure variables, dynamic provider credentials, and additional security features for a robust security posture from the start. New features include:
Terraform Cloud Standard is great for organizations starting to use Terraform where team management, scalability, security, and support are critical. The Standard tier is available through monthly credit card billing or as part of an annual contract. Features include:
Terraform Cloud Plus offers everything in the Standard tier along with additional capabilities to continuously manage infrastructure. Capabilities include:
HashiCorp Terraform is the standard for infrastructure automation using infrastructure as code to provision and manage any infrastructure. The Terraform ecosystem has more than 3,000 providers, 12,000 modules, and 250 million downloads. From adoption to standardization to scale, Terraform Cloud provides a standardized workflow delivered as a managed service for teams and organizations to get started for free and scale their usage and capabilities as their use cases become more advanced.
If you are currently using Terraform open source or completely new to Terraform, you can sign up for Terraform Cloud and get started using the Free offering today.
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