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Top 23 Go terraform-provider Projects
Terraform AWS providerProject mention: obsidian terraform code support (hcl) | /r/ObsidianMD | 2023-11-15
Terraform provider for Azure Resource ManagerProject mention: Private Endpoints as part of resource declaration | /r/Terraform | 2023-11-01
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Terraform Google Cloud Platform providerProject mention: Exploring GCP With Terraform: Setting Up The Environment And Project | dev.to | 2023-08-20
GCP Terraform Provider
Terraform Kubernetes providerProject mention: Does the kubernetes provider behave differently than other provider? | /r/Terraform | 2023-04-21
Now, to be honest, I'm not entirely sure/confident how this works. When I've used this kind of setup, I had two separate workspaces: one for setting up EKS and one for setting up Kubernetes within EKS. I'd apply the EKS workspace, first, then use its outputs for the Kubernete's workspace. You can see this pattern is specifically outlined in this EKS/k8s example. The Kubernetes provider docs also explicitly warns against creating the cluster in the same module as the Kubernetes provider. So it appears this may work, but it isn't recommended.
Terraform provider to provision infrastructure with Linux's KVM using libvirtProject mention: What do y'all use to provision KVM VM's? | /r/homelab | 2023-04-17
Terraform Helm provider
Terraform GitHub providerProject mention: Github provider | /r/Terraform | 2023-03-03
There's an open feature request issue for it in the provider. I'd keep your eyes on 1534 for it to be implemented, as well as give it the 'ol thumbs-up bump.
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Terraform Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provider (by oracle)Project mention: My very first Hackathon and my first Dev.to post | dev.to | 2023-04-08
It was time to work on the infrastructure, we already made some decisions and assumed pros and cons. I already have worked with Google Cloud and I especially love how they use Kubernetes, so I wanted to learn how I can use it in Oracle Cloud (via Terraform if possible). I use k8s and Terraform at my home lab, so it should be easy to set up the infrastructure for this project, and it was thanks to the OCI Terraform provider.
Cloudflare Terraform ProviderProject mention: Cloudflare tunnel management with terraform not working properly | /r/CloudFlare | 2023-05-03
Terraform Provider for VMware vSphereProject mention: Anti-Affinity Question | /r/vmware | 2023-02-17
Also, look here for further discussion on this topic (has some good examples in the thread): https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform-provider-vsphere/issues/1362
Terraform provider for KeycloakProject mention: Keycloak – Open-Source Identity and Access Management Interview | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-06-18
The Terraform provider unfortunately is 3rd party and as such doesn't bring and guarantees of correctness other than that of the maintainer. It would be nice to see Keycloak provide an official solution for configuration management other than the K8s operator which is missing a lot of features.
Terraform provider to handle raw kubernetes manifest yaml files
Terraform Docker provider
Terraform provider for Unifi :satellite:Project mention: Duplicate entire lan setup or just create a new site? | /r/Ubiquiti | 2023-04-30
I built my network using terraform, makes it pretty easy to duplicate. Not all settings are supported but networks, wlans, firewall rules, static IPs can be done with the terraform provider.
Terraform provider for managing Apache Kafka Topics + ACLsProject mention: Least-privilege for Kafka data | /r/apachekafka | 2023-03-29
Interesting. In my current company we use this terraform plugin https://github.com/Mongey/terraform-provider-kafka . Everything is disabled by default and you need to create a small Pull Request in a centralized repo that specifies where a service will be producing/consuming. It's not as neat as the solution presented in this article, but it's good enough for us.
Terraform Hetzner Cloud providerProject mention: App instead of Image in Terraform | /r/hetzner | 2023-04-18
A Terraform provider for reading Mozilla sops filesProject mention: [Datadog in Kubernetes] Storing secrets in service annotations with secret management | /r/kubernetes | 2023-11-29
Supposing it's actually stored raw in the service (which I assume it won't be), I plan to just use my current Terraform configuration that uses kubernetes_service and SOPS. I've avoided storing secrets within the code (which is the absolute worst, I know lol), but then they're stored rawly in the service.
Terraform Vault providerProject mention: Any exciting projects/tools | /r/devops | 2023-05-23
Terraform Plugin SDK enables building plugins (providers) to manage any service providers or custom in-house solutionsProject mention: Converting Full Terraform Programs to Pulumi | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-06-12
> We're coming up on 10000 resources in our main Terraform repository and while there is definitely some friction, it's overall much better than having to hit the cloud API's to gather each of those states which would probably take at least an order of magnitude longer.
I don't think that's necessary true. Most cloud API's actually can return hundreds of records with 1 API calls, e.g. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/latest/APIR... has a maximum page size of 400.
If I manage the cloud resources via some custom tools and/or with some ansible-fu, I can decide to batch the API calls when it makes sense.
With terraform, it is not possible to do so (https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform-plugin-sdk/issues/66, https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform-provider-aws/issues/2...).
Terraform provider for Azure Active DirectoryProject mention: How to Set Up an Azure Kubernetes Service Cluster with Terraform | dev.to | 2023-07-19
There are different Terraform Providers that enable Terraform to interact with Microsoft Azure. The most common one are Azure Stack, AzureDevops, AzureRM, AzAPI and AzureAD.. In this tutorial, we use the AzureRM Terraform Provider. Let's create a Terraform file for the AzureRM Terraform Provider.
Terraform Grafana provider
Databricks Terraform ProviderProject mention: Databricks Terraform Provider has reached 8M downloads | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-12-16
Terraform OpenStack providerProject mention: HashiCorp silently amend Terraform Registry TOS | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-08-31
Even though this will likely prevent OpenTF from connecting to registry.terraform.io to get plugins, the source code for most (all?) plugins is still open source and actually stored on GitHub (e.g. https://github.com/terraform-provider-openstack/terraform-pr...).
More work for OpenTF to get up and running, but also feels reasonable that HashiCorp wouldn't allow connecting to their service.
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[Datadog in Kubernetes] Storing secrets in service annotations with secret management
1 project | /r/kubernetes | 29 Nov 2023
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2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Nov 2023
obsidian terraform code support (hcl)
1 project | /r/ObsidianMD | 15 Nov 2023
Private Endpoints as part of resource declaration
1 project | /r/Terraform | 1 Nov 2023
azurerm_linux_virtual_machine, datadisks and cloud-init
1 project | /r/Terraform | 23 Sep 2023
HashiCorp silently amend Terraform Registry TOS
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 31 Aug 2023
A Step-by-Step Guide on Creating a Resource Group, Virtual Network and Subnet in Azure with Terraform.
1 project | dev.to | 22 Aug 2023
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