Watch this demo to learn how to set up the Terraform Enterprise & ServiceNow integration from scratch as well as order infrastructure and enforce policies in the combined workflow.
During this year's HashiConf EU, we announced HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise integration for ServiceNow Service Catalog. This was a big addition for HashiCorp because one of our principles is to meet organizations where they are in their IT operations evolution. Many organizations can't yet migrate their IT infrastructure management over to the popular infrastructure as code approach. That's why Terraform Enterprise developers wanted to make a special, more native integration between their provisioning system and ServiceNow, a platform that has helped modernize and accelerate ticket-based (often ITIL) approaches to infrastructure provisioning.
The integration with ServiceNow allows end-users to request infrastructure from the ServiceNow Service Catalog via a Terraform Enterprise workflow, which provides an automated way to service those requests.
Terraform has typically been adopted by technical developers, engineers, and operators who write infrastructure as code in their workflows. While there is a level of abstraction with modules and the configuration designer to enable sharing and simple code reuse, we recognize there is a set of users who provision resources without needing to know how they are provisioned.
In this webinar, Lauren Rother, a product manager for Terraform providers and integrations, will demonstrate how the integration works and how it will reduce the time spent on multi-cloud management.
0:00 — Introduction to the Terraform Enterprise + ServiceNow integration
3:36 — Demo: Install and configure the integration
13:10 — Demo: How to order infrastructure with Terraform Enterprise in ServiceNow
17:21 — Upcoming features
19:20 — Q&A
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