Terraform is widely known for its ability to efficiently create, manage and update infrastructure resources across cloud providers and on-premises environments. It provides the ability to create resources that depend on each other, and the depends_on meta-argument is a helpful feature for implementing such relationships in a systematic way.
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) has emerged as a critical tenet in cloud computing, making efficient resource management possible across cloud environments. Terraform and AWS CloudFormation are two leading tools in IaC that facilitate the provisioning and management of infrastructure resources. While both offer similar functionalities, their fundamental differences make each
Terraform is an open-source infrastructure as code (IAC) software tool used to manage cloud infrastructure resources. It enables developers to define and provision infrastructure for their applications using a declarative language. Terraform uses configuration files to describe the desired state of the infrastructure and automatically creates, updates, and deletes resources