Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Provider
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) provider allows you to use Terraform to interact with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources. Wherever you use a Terraform distribution you can use the OCI Terraform provider, including Terraform Cloud and the OCI Resource Manager.
For details on configuring the OCI Terraform provider and using it with the Terraform CLI, refer to the official OCI Terraform provider documentation, which includes:
- How to install the provider
- How to configure the provider
- Ways you can describe your infrastructure
- How to apply your configurations
- Example configurations and solutions
- Troubleshooting basics and common issues
As you write your configuration files, use the left navigation panel on this page to access detailed information about each supported resource and data source.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Resource Manager is an Oracle-managed service that is based on Terraform and uses Terraform configuration files to automate deployment and operations for the OCI resources supported by the OCI Terraform provider.
Resource Manager allows you to share and manage infrastructure configurations and state files across multiple teams and platforms. This infrastructure management can’t be done with local Terraform installations and Oracle Terraform modules alone. See the Overview of Resource Manager for more information.