Terraspace with Docker

You can run Terraspace within a Docker container. The Docker images are published to Dockerhub daily at boltops/terraspace. This provides you with an isolated throwaway environment to try out Terraspace.

Here’s a “Getting Started with Terraspace and Docker” Video:

Docker Run

Start the container

docker run -ti boltops/terraspace

This starts up a container with Terraspace and Terraform already installed.

The default OS is ubuntu. You can also use different OSes by specifying the tag.

docker run -ti boltops/terraspace:alpine
docker run -ti boltops/terraspace:amzn2
docker run -ti boltops/terraspace:centos
docker run -ti boltops/terraspace:debian
docker run -ti boltops/terraspace:fedora
docker run -ti boltops/terraspace:ubuntu

For the Dockerfiles, see: boltops-tools/terraspace-dockerfiles

Docker Pull

The Docker images are published to Dockerhub daily at boltops/terraspace. The images generally include the latest version of Terraspace and Terraform. So remember to update the cached Docker images if you’ve pulled them before.

docker pull boltops/terraspace
docker pull boltops/terraspace:alpine
docker pull boltops/terraspace:amzn2
docker pull boltops/terraspace:centos
docker pull boltops/terraspace:debian
docker pull boltops/terraspace:fedora
docker pull boltops/terraspace:ubuntu

Cloud Provider Docker Guides

Here are useful Docker guides for different cloud providers:

More tools: