Terraform is a fantastic tool for managing your cloud infrastructure, especially if your assets are hosted on multiple cloud providers.

Depending on the scale of your organization, you usually start by running these Terraform commands locally while having your code in a Git repository and your remote state in a proper shared online backend. Everything is going well until you realize that having a central codebase is really good but need to go hand in hand with a “out of developer laptop” way to run these Terraform commands.

Developers are now used to do some CI for code and application development. But what about Terraform? How can you apply continuous integration and delivery techniques to your Terraform code?

In this article, we will demonstrate how to build a complete Terraform pipeline using GitLab CI.


How To Setup Continuous Integration Pipeline By Using Terraform And GitLab CI
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