➕ ☁️ Terraform Provider: VMware

Terraform Provider: VMware is a plugin for the Terraform infrastructure as code tool that allows users to manage their infrastructure on VMware vSphere, which is a virtualization platform that allows to run virtual machines on top of physical servers. The provider provides a set of Terraform resources that map to VMware vSphere services and objects, such as virtual machines, networks, and storage volumes. With the VMware provider, users can write Terraform configurations that define their infrastructure and then use Terraform to create, update, and delete those resources on VMware vSphere. The future integration of Brainboard with Terraform Provider: VMware, in addition to its current support for AWS, GCP, OCI, and Azure, will allow users to use Terraform to provision and manage their VMware vSphere infrastructure using a visual interface. This can help users who are more familiar with VMware to use Terraform to define their infrastructure and manage it with Brainboard. The integration will also provide access to VMware vSphere's advanced features such as virtualization, storage and networking. This will give users more flexibility in choosing the best tool for their specific use case and improve the overall experience.

Stephane Boghossian posted over 2 years ago

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