Use case

Multi-cloud provisioning

Deploy serverless functions with AWS Lambda, manage Microsoft Azure Active Directory resources, provision a load balancer in Google Cloud, and more.


Dynamic infrastructure means infinite volume

As organizations make the move to cloud, they are dealing with a number of issues, including error-prone manual processes for central IT, slow ticketing systems, and manual workflows for developers. All of this leads to inconsistent deployments, lack of policy enforcement, and unscalable infrastructure. Multi-cloud deployments add complexity because each provider has its own interfaces, tools, and workflows.


Consistently deploy across multiple clouds with Terraform

Terraform helps you adopt a single automation workflow to manage multiple infrastructure and SaaS providers and handle cross-cloud dependencies. This simplifies lifecycle management and orchestration for multi-cloud infrastructure at any scale.

Customer case study

Multi-cloud DevOps at PETRONAS with Terraform

Learn about a Malaysian energy company's DevOps journey while operating infrastructure as code in both AWS and Azure using HashiCorp Terraform.

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Challenges and opportunities of multi-cloud adoption

Watch this whiteboard video by HashiCorp Co-Founder and CTO Armon Dadgar to learn how IT operators, networking teams, security teams, and developers can navigate the transition to newer, dynamic, cloud-based infrastructures.