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 allows collaboration on resources, with several access levels available for users.
Read is the lowest level of access within Terraform Enterprise. Users with read access on a resource can view it, but are unable to modify or delete it.
Write access allows collaborating users the ability to view the resource and perform create, update, and edit actions on a resource. Users with write access are not able to destroy resources. For example, users with write access are able to view and edit Terraform environment variables as well as push new configuration.
Admin is the top-most user access level within Terraform Enterprise and is reserved for organization owners and select user accounts. Beyond read and write access, admins are given ownership permissions on the resource that allow them to manage collaborations and destroy the resource.