terraform-provider-bigip v0.4 Released

v0.4 of the BigIP Terraform provider is now available. Download for your platform here.

This release includes a breaking change to how resources are named. To make naming more explicit all resources must now include the partition on their name. This was basically a requirement already to keep Terraform from always detecting changes to state. This release makes it explicitly required to remove any confusion.

To use this release simply update your terraform files to move/add the partition name into the name field. If you did you explicitly define a partition then use “Common”. This applies to referenced resources as well (e.g. irules, pool, monitors, parents, etc).

Before:

resource "bigip_ltm_virtual_address" "http" {
   name = "my-app-http"
   partition = "dev1"
   irules = ["rule1"]
   ...
}

resource "bigip_ltm_virtual_address" "https" {
   name = "my-app-https"
   ...
}

After:

resource "bigip_ltm_virtual_address" "http" {
   name = "/dev1/my-app-http"
   partition = "dev1"
   irules = ["/Common/rule1"]
   ...
}

resource "bigip_ltm_virtual_address" "https" {
   name = "/Common/my-app-https"
   ...
}
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