Enterprise features of CTS address organization complexities of collaboration, operations, scale, and governance. CTS Enterprise supports an official integration with Terraform Cloud and Terraform Enterprise, the self-hosted distribution, to extend insight into dynamic updates of your network infrastructure.
|Consul Namespace||Default namespace only||Filter task triggers by any namespace|
|Automation Driver||Terraform OSS||Terraform OSS, Terraform Cloud, or Terraform Enterprise|
|Terraform Workspaces||Local||Local workspaces with the Terraform driver or remote workspaces with the Terraform Cloud driver|
|Terraform Backend Options||azurerm, consul, cos, gcs, kubernetes, local, manta, pg, and s3 with the Terraform driver||The supported backends for CTS with the Terraform driver or Terraform Cloud with the Terraform Cloud driver|
|Terraform Version||One Terraform version for all tasks||Optional Terraform version per task when using the Terraform Cloud driver|
|Terraform Run Output||CTS logs||CTS logs or Terraform output organized by Terraform Cloud remote workspaces|
|Credentials and secrets||On disk as ||Secured variables stored in remote workspace|
|Audit||Terraform audit logs (Terraform Cloud or Terraform Enterprise)|
|Collaboration||Run history, triggers, and notifications supported on Terraform Cloud|
|Governance||Sentinel to enforce governance policies as code|
The Terraform Cloud driver enables CTS Enterprise to integrate with Terraform Cloud or Terraform Enterprise. The Terraform Cloud driver page provides an overview of how the integration works within CTS.