Building a Terraform integration into Armory Spinnaker

Nov 13, 2018 by Alex Bello

We built a Terraform integration into Armory Spinnaker. With this native integration you can easily execute Terraform files and pass the output to other stages in the same pipeline. See full integration description here.

Here’s the demo showing how the integration works: We’d love to hear your ideas and feedback @ http://go.Armory.io/ideas

1/9/19 Update: Based on your feedback we updated the integration to include the following:

  1. Support for full Git repositories
  2. Plan Destroy and Destroy
  3. Variable and Variable File overrides
  4. Backend Config files
  5. Global Terraform Versions Support (0.11.11)
  6. Enable and deploy via Armory Halyard
  7. Clear Terraform log visibility

Take a look at our update video for details and a full demo:

Armory’s platform exists to help software teams ship better software faster. If you want to try this feature or any other Armory features, you can:

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