Weave GitOps' Terraform Controller
Weave GitOps' Terraform Controller (aka Weave TF-Controller) is a controller for Flux to reconcile Terraform resources in the GitOps way. With the power of Flux together with Terraform, TF-controller allows you to GitOps-ify infrastructure, and application resources, in the Kubernetes and Terraform universe, at your own pace.
"At your own pace" means you don't need to GitOps-ify everything at once.
TF-controller offers many GitOps models:
- GitOps Automation Model: GitOps your Terraform resources from the provision steps to the enforcement steps, like a whole EKS cluster.
- Hybrid GitOps Automation Model: GitOps parts of your existing infrastructure resources. For example, you have an existing EKS cluster. You can choose to GitOps only its nodegroup, or its security group.
- State Enforcement Model: You have a TFSTATE file, and you'd like to use GitOps enforce it, without changing anything else.
- Drift Detection Model: You have a TFSTATE file, and you'd like to use GitOps just for drift detection, so you can decide to do things later when a drift occurs.
Get in touch
If you have a feature request to share or a bug to report, please file an issue. You can also reach out via our TF-Controller Slack channel — get there by first joining the Weave Community Slack space.
Quickstart and documentation
To get started check out this guide on how to GitOps your Terraform resources with TF-controller and Flux.
- Enhanced security (the lockdown mode)
- Write back and show plan in PRs (Atlantis-like experience)
- CLI to GitOpsify existing Terraform workflows (UX improvement for CLI)
- Type safety for custom backends
- Improvement GitOps dependency management
- External drift detector
- Cloud cost estimation
- Observability - logging from the different stages of the runner
- Azure package for TF-controller (e.g. AKS, CosmosDB, etc.)
- GCP package for TF-controller (e.g. GKE, CloudSQL, etc.)
- ARM64 & Gravitron support