» google_bigtable_instance

Creates a Google Bigtable instance. For more information see the official documentation and API.

» Example Usage - Production Instance

resource "google_bigtable_instance" "production-instance" {
  name         = "tf-instance"

  cluster {
    cluster_id   = "tf-instance-cluster"
    zone         = "us-central1-b"
    num_nodes    = 3
    storage_type = "HDD"
  }
}

» Example Usage - Development Instance

resource "google_bigtable_instance" "development-instance" {
  name          = "tf-instance"
  instance_type = "DEVELOPMENT"

  cluster {
    cluster_id   = "tf-instance-cluster"
    zone         = "us-central1-b"
    storage_type = "HDD"
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name (also called Instance Id in the Cloud Console) of the Cloud Bigtable instance.

  • cluster - (Required) A block of cluster configuration options. This can be specified 1 or 2 times. See structure below.


  • project - (Optional) The ID of the project in which the resource belongs. If it is not provided, the provider project is used.

  • instance_type - (Optional) The instance type to create. One of "DEVELOPMENT" or "PRODUCTION". Defaults to "PRODUCTION".

  • display_name - (Optional) The human-readable display name of the Bigtable instance. Defaults to the instance name.


The cluster block supports the following arguments:

  • cluster_id - (Required) The ID of the Cloud Bigtable cluster.

  • zone - (Required) The zone to create the Cloud Bigtable cluster in. Each cluster must have a different zone in the same region. Zones that support Bigtable instances are noted on the Cloud Bigtable locations page.

  • num_nodes - (Optional) The number of nodes in your Cloud Bigtable cluster. Required, with a minimum of 3 for a PRODUCTION instance. Must be left unset for a DEVELOPMENT instance.

  • storage_type - (Optional) The storage type to use. One of "SSD" or "HDD". Defaults to "SSD".

» Attributes Reference

Only the arguments listed above are exposed as attributes.