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 workloads for central IT, slow ticketing systems, slow manual workflows for developers, lack of consistent policy enforcements, and unscalable infrastructure.


Consistently deploy across multiple clouds with Terraform

Provisioning infrastructure across multiple clouds increases fault tolerance, allowing for more graceful recovery from cloud provider outages. However, multi-cloud deployments add complexity because each provider has its own interfaces, tools, and workflows. Terraform lets you use the same workflow to manage multiple providers and handle cross-cloud dependencies. This simplifies management and orchestration for large-scale, multi-cloud infrastructures.

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.