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Dev AD with AAD Sync code?
1 project | reddit.com/r/Terraform | 28 Jan 2022
I haven't particularly worked with this, but if you're looking for things to see before doing, I would recommend looking at the examples provided by Microsoft: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/developer/terraform/ and read through the provider documentation to see the individual pieces: https://registry.terraform.io/providers/hashicorp/azuread/latest/docs
How to Manage Active Directory Objects with Azure AD Provider for Terraform
2 projects | dev.to | 18 Oct 2021
The Azure AD provider for Terraform can be used to manage your Azure Active Directory resources declaratively. This allows you to do things like:
ZeroVer: 0-Based Versioning
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Aug 2021
We have an internal provider that handles generation of IAM Roles and IAM users via an external API for various security reasons I may or may not agree with. The constant provider changes in 0.10 and upward were extremely painful. We actually ended up having several teams who so hopelessly fubared their tfstates trying to skip minor releases, we ended up having to take it away and put together a task force to do it ourselves across almost 200 repositories.
I’m not sure what you mean by “all three major cloud providers rewrote their own APIs.” Azure, AWS, and Google are all maintained by Hashicorp. In fact, if you peruse the issues you’ll often see PRs opened by employees of the respective providers trying to fix blocking issues and they often devolve into literal begging for Hashicorp to respond and at least tell them why something hasn’t been merged. I know one blocker actually cost Azure a very substantial customer as it languished in Hashicorp’s queue.
Hashicorp’s constant refrain of “Well it’s a 0 version software” while selling enterprise support and constantly shilling their wares as production ready across the entire DevOps space was dishonest.
I appreciate the position they were in and I appreciate even more their attempt to at least put out a good PR move with their 1.0 release. We will see how well it holds up over the years.
Also I pretty clearly said there isn’t much options. What you call “that good” I call “better than everything else but still byzantine and hellish to deal with every time someone DMs me, ‘hey, you know terraform right?’”
hashicorp/terraform-provider-azuread is an open source project licensed under Mozilla Public License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.