|Original author(s)||Mitchell Hashimoto et al.|
|Initial release||July 28, 2014|
0.11.11 / December 14, 2018
|Operating system||Linux, FreeBSD, macOS, OpenBSD, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows|
|Type||Infrastructure as Code|
|License||Mozilla Public License v2.0|
Terraform is an infrastructure as code software by HashiCorp. It allows users to define a datacenter infrastructure in a high-level configuration language, from which it can create an execution plan to build the infrastructure such as OpenStack or in a service provider such as AWS, IBM Cloud (formerly Bluemix), Google Cloud Platform, Linode, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, or VMware vSphere. Infrastructure is defined in a HCL Terraform syntax or JSON format.
HashiCorp also supports a Terraform Registry launched in 2017 during HashiConf 2017 conferences.
- Comparison of open-source configuration management software
- Infrastructure as Code
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- Terraform's LICENSE
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