Multiple Environments with Layering
You can use Terraspace to easily create multiple environments with the same infrastructure code. This is thanks to Terraspace Layering. We’ll walk through an example to help understand how it works.
Creating Multiple Environments
To create multiple environments like dev and prod just change TS_ENV. Example:
TS_ENV=dev terraspace up demo TS_ENV=prod terraspace up demo
Different tfvar files will be used for different environments.
Tfvar should be place within the
app/stacks/MOD folder. Example:
app/stacks/demo ├── main.tf ├── tfvars │ ├── base.tfvars │ ├── dev.tfvars │ └── prod.tfvars └── variables.tf
You don’t have to specify the
-var-file option, the tfvars files are automatically processed and used via layering.
The tfvar files are processed and “layered”. Example:
TS_ENV=dev terraspace up demo -y # merges base and dev TS_ENV=prod terraspace up demo -y # merges base and prod
You can use the same infrastructure code with different variables to create different versions of your environments easily.
Learn more about: Tfvars & Layering.