👽 Terraform Orchestration Tool for DevOps. Keep environment configuration DRY with hierarchical imports of configurations, inheritance, and WAY more. Native support for Terraform and Helmfile. (by cloudposse)

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  • How to manage terraform code for large projects?
    4 projects | /r/Terraform | 30 May 2023
  • Terraform docs say longstanding deployments should not use workspaces. what are your thoughts?
    2 projects | /r/Terraform | 6 Feb 2023
    Workspaces are incredibly practical, and we leveraging them at-scale with literally thousands of workspaces using atmos for terraform. There is so much FUD around workspaces that is either ill-informed or based on outdated information. Any company using terraform at scale will rely on tooling and conventions. It's up to that tooling to ensure you are using terraform safely. Atmos is one of those tools. I'm not saying that you have to use workspaces, but just that there's nothing wrong with workspaces themselves.
  • List of most useful Terraform open-source tools
    14 projects | /r/Terraform | 28 Aug 2022
    Check out atmos for a fresh take at managing terraform configurations and terraform workflows. Instead of managing HCL `.tfvar` files manually for configuration, it uses YAML, and supports concepts of imports (via deep merging), remote imports (anything supported by gogetter), mixins, inheritance, multiple-inheritance, vendoring of root modules, workflows, task runners (via custom subcommands), and much more. There's a bit of a learning curve and mind-shift required if coming from a Terragrunt background, but the experience is mindblowing after switching to it. Also, it's not limited to terraform.
  • Why does Hashicorp advise against using workspaces to manage environments?
    3 projects | /r/Terraform | 1 Jun 2022
    We obviously don't have a project for your exact use case, but we have an open-source example repo that shows a fairly advanced scenario of using the Terraform Spacelift Provider, a simple quickstart of using it and you can also see the CloudPosse Atmos project, for a very advanced scenario which generates lot's of Stacks based on your component specifications
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