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Migrating to HashiCorp Terraform 0.12 on Microsoft Azure 

With the release of Terraform 0.12, we can improve the configuration of our infrastructure resources that are using the Azure Terraform Resource Provider. In this post, we will discuss how we can use Terraform 0.12 to organize, configure, and deploy resources to Azure. What is Terraform 0.12? Terraform is an open source tool that uses...

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What’s new in the latest release: Terraform Azure provider v1.24.0 and v1.25.0 

There have already been two Terraform Azure provider releases in April and this blog post highlights the new and updated resources in these releases. Before talking about all of the great new functionality, I would like to start by thanking all of the external contributors to the AzureRM provider for these releases. Our support would...

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What’s new in the latest release: Terraform Azure provider v1.23.0 

There is a new release of the AzureRM provider fresh off of the presses. Version 1.23 has lots of new resources and data sources. If you want to get into the nitty-gritty details of the release, check out the Change Log for the provider within the GitHub repo. If you are looking for what’s coming...

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Deploying and using HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise on Azure 

Many Azure customers have adopted HashiCorp Terraform as their infrastructure provisioning tool of choice. We are working closely in partnership with HashiCorp, the company behind Terraform, to ensure that support for Terraform in Azure is first-class, and momentum we are seeing indicates that we are indeed headed in that direction. As individual usage of Terraform...

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Top questions about Terraform and Azure 

3-minute read Recently, I teamed up with HashiCorp’s Nic Jackson to deliver a high-level look at using HashiCorp’s Terraform with Microsoft Azure. We covered a quick background of HashiCorp’s founding, what industry needs inspired Terraform’s creation, and how Terraform helps build an easy-to-follow template of one’s infrastructure – as code! We also demonstrated the use...

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