Configure your infrastructure using code instead of graphical interfaces or command-line scripts.

Explore infrastructure as code in Google Cloud

Read documentation and Cloud Architecture Center articles about infrastructure as code products, capabilities, and procedures.

Using recommendations for infrastructure as code

Learn how to apply recommendations from Recommender programmatically by integrating them into your Infrastructure as Code (IaC) pipeline.

Training, blog articles, and more

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Automating infrastructure on Google Cloud with Terraform

Study how to write infrastructure as code with Terraform in Google Cloud. (Goes to Skills Boost Training.)

HashiCorp tutorial for using Terraform with Google Cloud Platform

Study step-by-step, command-line tutorials that walk you through the Terraform basics for the first time. (Goes to external website.)

Infrastructure as code products by use case

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Provision, deploy, and manage infrastructure

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Infrastructure Manager

Automate the deployment and management of Google Cloud infrastructure resources using Terraform.

Terraform on Google Cloud

Define Google Cloud resources in human-readable configuration files that you can version, reuse, and share.

Config Connector

Configure Google Cloud services and resources using Kubernetes tooling and APIs.

Cloud Development Kit for Terraform (External website)

Configure Terraform using a programming language to define and provision Google Cloud infrastructure and lets you use your existing toolchain for tasks such as testing and dependency management. (Goes to external website.)

Google Cloud provider for Pulumi (External website)

Author infrastructure code using programming languages such as TypeScript, Python, Go, C#, Java or YAML. (Goes to external website.)

Ansible (External website)

Automate provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, orchestration and other IT processes. (Goes to external website.)

Crossplane (External website)

Connect your Kubernetes cluster to external, non-Kubernetes resources, and build custom Kubernetes APIs to consume those resources. (Goes to external website.)

Cloud Deployment Manager

Manage cloud resources using simple templates.