Automate provisioning of your cloud resources with a fully managed infrastructure-as-code service.
Resource Manager is a managed service that can provision all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources and services. Resource Manager reduces configuration errors and increases productivity by managing infrastructure declaratively (i.e. "infrastructure as code") using industry standard Hashicorp Terraform®.
Resource Manager removes the complexity and operational burden of deploying and managing infrastructure so you can focus on building great apps.
Using industry-standard Hashicorp Terraform to describe infrastructure makes it easy to deploy and modify your application resources.
Use infrastructure-as-code to automate provisioning across all resources including Compute, Networking, Load Balancers, Block and Object Storage.
Resource Manager integrates with Identity and Access Management (IAM) so you can define granular user permissions for all Terraform operations.
Maintain your infrastructure code in source control to know exactly what resources currently are deployed, who created or changed them, and why.
There are no fees for installing and managing Resource Manager, you only pay for the infrastructure you deploy and use for your applications.
Brief Overview Video of Resource Manager
An overview of how Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Resource Manager and Hashicorp Terraform enable Infrastructure-as-Code, making it easier to your cloud resources and services.
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Getting Started with the Resource Manager on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Continuing our commitment to
openness and open source software, today we're announcing the general availability of Resource Manager, a fully managed service that makes it significantly easier to use HashiCorp Terraform on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.