terraform-inventory - Terraform State → Ansible Dynamic Inventory

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This is a little Go app which generates a dynamic Ansible inventory from a Terraform state file. It allows one to spawn a bunch of instances with Terraform, then (re-)provision them with Ansible. It's very simple to add support for new providers. See pull requests with the provider label for examples.

https://github.com/adammck/terraform-inventory

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