Catalog of reusable Terraform components and blueprints for provisioning reference architectures
This is a collection of reusable Terraform components and blueprints for provisioning reference architectures.
This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps.
It's 100% Open Source and licensed under the APACHE2.
In this repo you'll find real-world examples of how we've implemented various common patterns using our terraform modules for our customers.
The component catalog captures the business logic, opinions, best practices and non-functional requirements.
It's from this catalog that other developers in your organization will pick and choose from anytime they need to deploy some new capability.
These components make a lot of assumptions about how we've configured our environments. That said, they can still serve as an excellent reference for others.
Terraform components which are no longer actively maintained are now in the
Many of these deprecated components are used in our old reference architectures.
We intend to eventually delete, but are leaving them for now in the repo.
git committo block commits that don't pass checks (E.g. format, and module documentation). You can find the hooks that are being executed in the
You can install pre-commit and this repo's pre-commit hooks on a Mac machine by running the following commands:
brew install pre-commit gawk terraform-docs coreutils pre-commit install --install-hooks
Then run the following command to rebuild the docs for all Terraform components:
See each component's README directory for usage.
| Component | Description | |-----------|-------------| |account | This component is responsible for provisioning the full account hierarchy along with Organizational Units (OUs). | |account-map | This component is responsible for provisioning information only: it simply populates Terraform state with data (account ids, groups, and roles) that other root modules need via outputs. | |account-settings | This component is responsible for provisioning account level settings: IAM password policy, AWS Account Alias, and EBS encryption. | |cloudtrail | This component is responsible for provisioning cloudtrail auditing in an individual account. | |cloudtrail-bucket | This component is responsible for provisioning a bucket for storing cloudtrail logs for auditing purposes. | |datadog-integration | This component is responsible for provisioning a DataDog <=> AWS integration. | |datadog-monitor | This component is responsible for provisioning global DataDog monitors. | |dns-delegated | This component is responsible for provisioning a DNS zone which delegates nameservers to the DNS zone in the primary DNS account. | |dns-primary | This component is responsible for provisioning the primary DNS zones into an AWS account. | |ecr | This component is responsible for provisioning repositories, lifecycle rules, and permissions for streamlined ECR usage. | |efs | This component is responsible for provisioning an EFS Network File System with KMS encryption-at-rest. | |eks | This component is responsible for provisioning an end-to-end EKS Cluster, including managed node groups and spotinst ocean node pools. | |eks-iam | This component is responsible for provisioning specific IAM roles for Kubernetes Service Accounts. | |iam-delegated-roles | This component is responsible for provisioning all delegated user and system IAM roles. | |iam-primary-roles | This component is responsible for provisioning all primary user and system roles into the centralized identity account. | |sso | This component is responsible for provisioning SAML metadata into AWS IAM as new SAML providers. | |tfstate-backend | This component is responsible for provisioning an S3 Bucket and DynamoDB table that follow security best practices for usage as a Terraform backend. | |transit-gateway | This component is responsible for provisioning an AWS Transit Gateway to connect various account separated VPCs through a central hub. | |vpc | This component is responsible for provisioning a VPC and corresponing Subnets. |
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