Announcing the Terraform AzureRM 2.0 Provider release 

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On behalf of HashiCorp and Microsoft, I am excited to announce the release of version 2.0 of the Azure Provider for Terraform. Version 2.0 is a major version upgrade that incorporates a number of features that customers have been asking for, as well as a whole host of smaller but impactful changes. Our goal in…Read more

Bringing container magic to cloud-native applications 

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Last year at Microsoft Connect and DockerCon we announced the Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB) specification in partnership with Docker, HashiCorp, and Bitnami. Since then the CNAB community has grown to include Pivotal, Intel, Datadog, and others, and we are all extremely pleased to announce that the CNAB core 1.0 specification has reached Final Draft…Read more

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

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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…Read more

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

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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…Read more

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Attention: MySQL & PostgreSQL Azure Terraform resource users 

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We want to give a heads-up to Azure customers who are using Terraform to provision and manage MySQL and/or PostgreSQL. As planned, the Azure data team will deprecate their ‘2017-04-30-preview’ API for both MySQL and PostgreSQL on December 1, 2018. I know that you are asking yourself, “As a Terraform user, why do I care?”…Read more

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Tutorial: Terraforming your JAMstack on Azure with Gatsby, Azure Pipelines, and Git 

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This article will show how to build a blog (or any other static content) using a very popular JAMstack (GatsbyJS, GraphQL, Markdown) and host it on static website hosting for Azure Storage, which provides a cost effective and scalable solution for hosting static content and JavaScript code. We will demonstrate how to optimize the website…Read more

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Microsoft and HashiCorp collaborate to build a better Terraform provider 

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For those who might be wondering what HashiCorp Terraform is, Terraform is a tool which enables workflows for operators to provision and manage Azure infrastructure using “Infrastructure as Code.” For a good overview, check out this introduction to Terraform. Wait, Infrastructure as Code… isn’t that what Azure Resource Management (ARM) templates are used for? Yes, ARM templates and Terraform…Read more

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Tutorial: Immutable infrastructure for Azure, using VSTS, Terraform, Packer and Ansible 

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This is part 2 of a 2-part series on CI/CD for “infrastructure as code” on Azure. In part 1, we covered a basic pipeline building application and provisioning infrastructure codified as Terraform templates and Ansible playbooks. While it demonstrated how infrastructure is treated as a code – stored, versioned, and audited – there is still…Read more

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Tutorial: CI/CD for Azure using Terraform, Ansible and VSTS 

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This is part 1 of a 2-part series demonstrating how to continuously build and deploy Azure infrastructure for the applications running on Azure. The first article will show how open source tools, such as Terraform and Ansible, can be leveraged to implement Infrastructure as Code. The second article in the series will enhance the infrastructure…Read more

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How to create a custom VSTS agent on Azure ACI with Terraform 

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Open source tools, like Terraform and Ansible, can be leveraged to implement “infrastructure as code,” making it easier to continuously build and deploy cloud infrastructure across your applications. Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) provides automated pipelines to build, test, and deploy your code to any platform. It uses agents to perform build and release tasks….Read more

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