JFrog today announced internal support for Terraform files, allowing users to maintain consistent workflows and processes across multiple cloud platforms. Terraform comes as Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) technology, which manages the application’s technology infrastructure in the form of code using Terraform files.

Thanks new Fortification Terraform support, developers can manage IaC configurations with existing DevOps processes to manage shared binaries.

With tools like Terraform, DevOps commands can avoid wear and tear between applications and the configurations used to run them.

“JFrog Terraform support guarantees developers the ability to centrally manage and share the cloud infrastructure of their applications, using the JFrog Artifactory as a registry for providers and modules and as a robust backend,” said Joav Landman, co-founder and CTO. JFrog. “Artifactory also acts as a local cache for other Terraform registries. This allows developers to use a single platform without the overhead of maintaining multiple systems, while using the robust and secure DevOps solutions they already use in their development pipelines. ”

According to JFrog, this additional support makes the platform the only choice for developers looking to ensure continuous delivery of software updates using the binaries themselves or combining them with the appropriate infrastructure configurations needed to run them.

“We are delighted that JFrog Artifactory is adding support for Terraform modules, providers and status files,” said Dr. Stefan Freitag, Senior Service Engineer at RWE Supply and Trading. “For us, this new feature comes at the right time and makes us one step ahead in our DevOps path.”

Terraform JFrog file support is now available. Visit the page for more information website.

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