Enterprise features of CTS address organization complexities of collaboration, operations, scale, and governance. CTS Enterprise supports an official integration with Terraform Cloud and Terraform Enterprise, the self-hosted distribution, to extend insight into dynamic updates of your network infrastructure.
|Default namespace only
|Filter task triggers by any namespace
|Terraform Community Edition
|Terraform Community Edition, Terraform Cloud, or Terraform Enterprise
|Local workspaces with the Terraform driver or remote workspaces with the Terraform Cloud driver
|Terraform Backend Options
|azurerm, consul, cos, gcs, kubernetes, local, manta, pg, and s3 with the Terraform driver
|The supported backends for CTS with the Terraform driver or Terraform Cloud with the Terraform Cloud driver
|One Terraform version for all tasks
|Optional Terraform version per task when using the Terraform Cloud driver
|Terraform Run Output
|CTS logs or Terraform output organized by Terraform Cloud remote workspaces
|Credentials and secrets
|On disk as
.tfvars files or in shell environment
|Secured variables stored in remote workspace
|Terraform audit logs (Terraform Cloud or Terraform Enterprise)
|Run history, triggers, and notifications supported on Terraform Cloud
|Sentinel to enforce governance policies as code
The Terraform Cloud driver enables CTS Enterprise to integrate with Terraform Cloud or Terraform Enterprise. The Terraform Cloud driver page provides an overview of how the integration works within CTS.
CTS subscribes to a Consul agent. Depending on the admin partition the Consul agent is a part of and the services within the admin partition, CTS will be able to subscribe to those services and support the automation workflow. As such, admin partitions are not relevant to the CTS workflow. We recommend deploying a single CTS instance that subscribes to services/KV within a single partition and using a different CTS instance (or instances) to subscribe to services/KV in another partition.