Terraform is an open source tool that helps you create, modify and manage versions safely and efficiently. It is a declarative coding tool that provides a single workflow for organizations to manage their multiple clouds. It follows the infrastructure as code concept, which means you don't need to worry if the infrastructure changes from the required configuration.
It revolutionizes DevOps by changing the way infrastructure is already managed and helping teams complete projects faster and more efficiently. While it shares similarities with other DevOps technologies, it differs as it focuses on automating the infrastructure. It allows enterprises to describe their entire cloud infrastructure using Terraform.
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Infrastructure as Code
A DevOps Terraform AWS specialist can help you organize your existing infrastructure to make provisioning faster, more automated and more consistent. It helps organizations improve speed, reliability and support for innovation, optimization and testing.
Open source by nature, Terraform is promoted by a community of technocrats who contribute to its development using a variety of plugins, extensions, and technicalized support. Organizations don't have to worry about anything because it's free and backed by strong contributors.
Unlike other tools designed to work with a particular cloud provider, Terraform isn't limited to a particular platform. Instead, it supports all the major cloud providers. It gives developers and organizations the freedom to manage their infrastructure with ease.
Ease of managing field resources
The way Terraform handles failure is amazing. If initialization fails, it flags suspicious resources, removes them, and restarts on the next run. This eliminates the need to recreate successfully provisioned resources.