In this article, we’ll take a look back at Terraform updates Versions 0.13 and 0.14 in 2020, and what could come next in 2021.
While 2020 has been focused on the world-wide pandemic, DevOps has continued to grow and change, despite difficult circumstances. New releases for Terraform, released by Hashicorp, could impact the way that you work in the future. In this article, we’ll dive into Versions 0.13 and 0.14, and what could come next in 2021.
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For reference, the latest version of Terraform v0.14.0 was released on December 2nd, and we’ll take a look at all of the major changes related to that version. But first, let’s go back a bit, and go through the major updates from Version 0.13.0, and why they matter.
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