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Terraform Provider for VMware vRealize Automation

A self-contained deployable integration between Terraform and VMware vRealize Automation which allows Terraform users to request and provision IaaS resources such as machines, networks, load balancers, along with the configuration of cloud accounts, zones, and projects. This provider supports both vRealize Automation Cloud (SaaS) and vRealize Automation 8 (on-premises).

Note: There is a separate provider available for vRealize Automation 7.x.

Requirements

Using the Provider

The Terraform Provider for VMware vRealize Automation is a verified provider. Verified providers are owned and maintained by members of the HashiCorp Technology Partner Program. HashiCorp verifies the authenticity of the publisher and the providers are listed on the Terraform Registry with a verified tier label.

To use a released version of the Terraform provider in your environment, run terraform init and Terraform will automatically install the provider from the Terraform Registry.

See Installing the Terraform Provider for VMware vRealize Automation for additional instructions on automated and manual installation methods and how to control the provider version.

For either installation method, documentation about the provider configuration, resources, and data sources can be found on the provider page on the Terraform Registry.

The provider accepts either a refresh_token or an access_token to interact with the vRealize Automation API, but not both at the same time.

Examples on the use of the provider configuration, resources, and data sources can be found in the project's examples directory.

Upgrading the Provider

The provider does not upgrade automatically. After each new release, you can run the following command to upgrade the provider:

terraform init -upgrade

Contributing

The project team welcomes contributions from the community. Before you start working with terraform-provider-vra, please read our Developer Certificate of Origin. All contributions to this repository must be signed as described on that page. Your signature certifies that you wrote the patch or have the right to pass it on as an open-source patch. For more detailed information, refer to CONTRIBUTING.md.

License

The Terraform Provider for VMware vRealize Automation is available under the Mozilla Public License, version 2.0 license.