Terraform is used to create, manage, and update infrastructure resources such as physical machines, VMs, network switches, containers, and more. Almost any infrastructure type can be represented as a resource in Terraform.

A provider is responsible for understanding API interactions and exposing resources. Providers generally are an IaaS (e.g. AWS, GCP, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack), PaaS (e.g. Heroku), or SaaS services (e.g. Terraform Enterprise, DNSimple, CloudFlare).

Use the navigation to the left to find available providers by type or scroll down to see all providers.

Alicloud Archive AWS
Azure Azure Stack Bitbucket
CenturyLinkCloud Chef Circonus
Cloudflare CloudScale.ch CloudStack
Cobbler Consul Datadog
DigitalOcean DNS DNSMadeEasy
DNSimple Docker Dyn
External Fastly FlexibleEngine
GitHub Gitlab Google Cloud
Grafana Heroku Hetzner Cloud
HTTP Icinga2 Ignition
InfluxDB Kubernetes Librato
Local Logentries LogicMonitor
Mailgun MySQL New Relic
Nomad NS1 Null
1&1 OpenStack OpenTelekomCloud
OpsGenie Oracle Public Cloud Oracle Cloud Platform
OVH Packet PagerDuty
Palo Alto Networks PostgreSQL PowerDNS
ProfitBricks RabbitMQ Rancher
Random Rundeck Runscope
Scaleway SoftLayer StatusCake
Spotinst TelefonicaOpenCloud Template
Terraform Terraform Enterprise TLS
Triton UltraDNS Vault
VMware vCloud Director VMware NSX-T VMware vSphere

More providers can be found on our Community Providers page.

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