The adoption of cloud means organizations shift away from provisioning and managing static infrastructure, i.e. private data centers, to dynamic infrastructure across public clouds. The implication of dynamic infrastructure means IT operations teams must now provision and manage an infinite volume and distribution of services, embrace ephemerality and immutability, and deploy onto multiple target environments. HashiCorp provides the foundation for cloud infrastructure automation with infrastructure as code for provisioning, compliance, and management across public clouds, private data centers, and third-party services.
Central IT struggles with manual workflows that are slow and error-prone.
Developers want to improve application delivery, but are stymied by manual provisioning workflows.
Developers still request infrastructure via ticketing which is slow.
Policy enforcement is manual or non-existent which impacts productivity and risk.
Teams use multiple provisioning and management tools which decreases productivity.
Infrastructure automation lacks automation that is scalable, consistent, and reusable.
Terraform provides infrastructure as code for provisioning, compliance, and management across any public cloud, private data center, and third-party service.
Enables teams to write, share, manage, and automate any infrastructure using version control.
With automated policy enforcement for security, compliance, and operational best practices.
Enable developers to provision their desired infrastructure from within their own workflows.
With Terraform, provisioning and security can be automated based on infrastructure and policy as code. Infrastructure and policies are codified, shared, managed, and executed within a workflow that is consistent across all infrastructure.
Reduce time spent using manual workflows to create, share, manage, and provision cloud infrastructure.
Improve security posture, reduce non-compliance, and maintain operational consistency for cloud infrastructure.
Reduce unnecessary cloud spend by up to 40% from idle, orphaned, and over-sized cloud resources.
Using Terraform as a platform for cloud infrastructure automation provides unified support across heterogeneous environments.
Terraform provides extensibility to integrate with workflows and technologies you’re already using and a broad ecosystem of integrations partners including over 200 infrastructure providers.
What is the optimal Terraform workflow as you get more teams within your organization to adopt it?
HashiCorp co-founder and CTO Armon Dadgar walks through the modern infrastructure automation workflows of HashiCorp Packer, Terraform, and Consul in this whiteboard video.
Policy as code, or compliance as code, gives your team faster feedback about what is and isn’t in compliance—and it can educate, too.