We’re excited to announce the latest version of our Terraform provider! PacketFabric Terraform provider version 0.2 is now live. This release expands your ability to manage cloud infrastructure, and adds the ability to control network connectivity via Terraform.
Manage Network Infrastructure
You can now use PacketFabric Terraform provider to automatically manage private network infrastructure:
- Create and manage ports
- Create and manage Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs)
- Create and manage outbound cross connects
- Create and manage backbone virtual circuits
More Cloud Provider Options
Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure are now available
Activity logs have been added; you’re able to see what’s happened and filter by Event, Time Created, User, and more. See Activity Log documentation here.
Expanded Use Cases
Our team has added additional use cases to make it easier to get started: check out our Use Cases to see examples for creating ports and virtual circuits, Google Hosted Cloud connections, Azure Hosted Cloud connections, and more.
Get Started with PacketFabric’s Terraform provider
Here’s a few resource links to help you get started:
Announcing PacketFabric Terraform provider
PacketFabric Terraform provider on Github
PacketFabric Terraform provider documentation
PacketFabric Terraform registry
Already familiar with Terraform and want to see how you can add network infrastructure to the mix? Check out our services, request a demo or just register an account and get started today.