» Pushing Terraform Remote State to Terraform Enterprise
Deprecation warning: Terraform Enterprise (Legacy) features of Atlas will no longer be actively developed or maintained and will be fully decommissioned on Thursday, May 31, 2018. Please see our Upgrading From Terraform Enterprise (Legacy) guide to migrate to the new Terraform Enterprise.
Terraform Enterprise is one of a few options to store remote state.
Remote state gives you the ability to version and collaborate on Terraform changes. It stores information about the changes Terraform makes based on configuration.
To use Terraform Enterprise to store remote state, you'll first need to have the
ATLAS_TOKEN environment variable set and run the following command.
terraform remote config command has been deprecated in 0.9.X. Remote configuration is now managed as a backend configuration.
$ terraform remote config \ -backend-config="name=$USERNAME/product"