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terraform-provider-aws - Terraform AWS provider

  •    Go

If you're building the provider, follow the instructions to install it as a plugin. After placing it into your plugins directory, run terraform init to initialize it. Documentation about the provider specific configuration options can be found on the provider's website. If you wish to work on the provider, you'll first need Go installed on your machine (version 1.11+ is required). You'll also need to correctly setup a GOPATH, as well as adding $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH.

terraform-provider-azurerm - Terraform provider for Azure Resource Manager

  •    Go

Further usage documentation is available on the Terraform website. If you wish to work on the provider, you'll first need Go installed on your machine (version 1.11+ is required). You'll also need to correctly setup a GOPATH, as well as adding $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH.

terraform-provider-google - Terraform Google Cloud Platform provider

  •    Go

See the Google Provider documentation to get started using the Google provider. We recently introduced the google-beta provider. See Provider Versions for more details on how to use google-beta.

terraform-provider-helm - Terraform Helm provider

  •    Go

This is a Helm provider for Terraform. The provider manages the installed Charts in your Kubernetes cluster, in the same way of Helm does, through Terraform. It will also install Tiller automatically if it is not already present.




terraform-provider-kubernetes - Terraform Kubernetes provider

  •    Go

In order to prevent breaking changes and migration of user-created resources, resources included in this provider will be limited to v1 APIs and not alpha or beta. You can find v1 resources in the Kubernetes API documentation for the appropriate version of Kubernetes. If you wish to work on the provider, you'll first need Go installed on your machine (version 1.9+ is required). You'll also need to correctly setup a GOPATH, as well as adding $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH.

terraform-provider-oci - Terraform Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provider

  •    Go

The OCI Terraform Provider is now available for automatic download through the Terraform Provider Registry. For more information on how to get started view the documentation and setup guide. Note: You may use any version 1.8 or above to build the provider. However, the goimports, go vet, and gofmt code checks will only pass when using version 1.11.

terraform-provider-matchbox - Terraform provider for on-premise / bare-metal via Matchbox

  •    Go

The Matchbox provider is used to interact with the matchbox API. Matchbox matches bare-metal machines by labels (e.g. MAC address) to Profiles with iPXE configs, Container Linux configs, or generic free-form configs in order to provision clusters.A Matchbox v0.6+ installation is required. Matchbox v0.7+ is required to use the generic_config field.

terraform-provider-artifactory - Terraform provider for managing Artifactory

  •    Go

Provides support for creating groups in Artifactory. This resource requires Artifactory Pro v2.4.0 or later.


terraform-provider-googlecalendar - A @HashiCorp Terraform provider for managing Google Calendar events

  •    Go

Download the latest compiled binary from GitHub releases. Unzip/untar the archive.

terraform-provider-signalform - SignalForm is a terraform provider to codify SignalFx detectors, charts and dashboards

  •    Go

SignalForm is a terraform provider to codify SignalFx detectors, charts and dashboards, thereby making it easier to create, manage and version control them. Signalform is not an official SignalFx product, so we do not guarantee a 1:1 mapping between the SignalFx API and the functionalities offered by the provider.

namecheap - Go library for Namecheap API

  •    Go

Generally callers would create a namecheap.Client and make calls off of that. I appreciate feedback, issues and Pull Requests. You can build the project with make build in the root and run tests with make test.

terraform-provider-pass - Pass Terraform provider

  •    Go

Pass is a password store using gpg to encrypt password and git to version. Gopass is a rewrite of the pass password manager in Go with the aim of making it cross-platform and adding additional features. If you wish to work on the provider, you'll first need Go installed on your machine (version 1.8+ is required). You'll also need to correctly setup a GOPATH, as well as adding $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH.

terraform-provider-namecheap - Terraform provider for Namecheap

  •    Go

Setup terraform and view the plan output. If you wish to work on the provider, you'll first need Go installed on your machine (version 1.8+ is required). You'll also need to correctly setup a GOPATH, as well as adding $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH.

terraform-provider-gsuite - A @HashiCorp Terraform provider for managing GSuite resources.

  •    Go

There are two possible authentication mechanisms for using this provider. Using a service account, or a personal admin account. The latter requires user interaction, whereas a service account could be used in an automated workflow. You could also provide the minimal set of scopes using the oauth_scopes variable in the provider configuration.

terraform-provider-wavefront - A Terraform Provider for Wavefront (https://www.wavefront.com/)

  •    Go

A Terraform Provider to manage resources in Wavefront. Currently supports Alerts, Alert Targets and Dashboards. Once you have the plugin you should remove the _os_arch from the end of the file name and place it in ~/.terraform.d/plugins which is where terraform init will look for plugins.

terraform-provider-sumologic - Terraform provider for https://sumologic.com

  •    Go

The GOPATH can be set wherever you want but please read this topic to understand how they work. See the documentation.

terraform-provider-akamai - An Akamai GTM Terraform provider

  •    Go

An Akamai provider for HashiCorp Terraform. See example.tf as a usage reference.

terraform-provider-helm - Terraform Helm provider

  •    Go

This is a Helm provider for Terraform. The provider manage the installed Charts in your Kubernetes cluster, in the same way of Helm does, through Terraform.