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Refactor Terraform configurations using Ansible

Terrible - Refactor Terraform configurations using Ansible

There is a need to orchestrate Terraform configuration files using powerful features of Ansible (such as search and replace, run terraform/terragrunt commands) and organize this as reusable playbooks.

TERRIBLE IS ABSOLUTELY NOT INTENDED FOR PRODUCTION USAGE!

Terrible will try to change files, run terraform commands and succeed (potentially) which means your infrastructure can be damaged! Make backups, check and understand terrible.yml :)

In fact, I want to make Terrible a SAFE helper which will prompt user, request confirmation when necessary, etc

List of features Terrible (potentially) will eventually support

  • List all available Terraform projects
  • Update values in terraform.tfvars
  • Update version of the module
  • Format Terraform code
  • Mass run of Terraform/Terragrunt commands in a set of projects

Usage

  1. Define terraform_project_root_dir and terraform_bin in vars/settings.yml.

  2. All terrible tasks are described in terrible.yml.

  3. Run normally:

$ make terrible

or with more verbose output:

$ make terrible-debug

or with check-mode enabled:

$ make terrible-check

Requirements

Terrible requires Terraform and Ansible installed.

Terraform configs should be in directories as expected by Terragrunt.

Authors

Created by Anton Babenko to do terrible things.

License

Apache 2 Licensed. See LICENSE for full details.