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With infrastructure as code becoming more and more a thing, Terraform seems to be among the HashiCorp products that is currently able to draw the most interest. At the firm’s digital house event HashiConf Digital, which started off this week, the beta of version 0.13 was announced.
At the online conference, the infra automation tool provider also unveiled managed services, new betas and minor releases, along with a brief outlook of what’s still to come in the next couple of months.
As for Terraform, the fresh version is meant to facilitate the installation of community providers, and includes additions to the Terraform confirmation language to support module-centric workflows.
Those still waiting for the tool to hit the 1.0 mark before putting it in production also got their shout-out in a talk on Terraform 1.0, which basically served as a reminder of HashiCorp’s philosophy regarding first major releases. The latter includes requirements such as “years of production hardening” and good support for major use cases, implying that – while the release number might not necessarily reflect it – most are production-grade already.
AdvertisementAccording to senior software engineer Kristin Laemmert, discussions on how Terraform 1.0 could look like are in their early stages. But since …
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