Scalr reports provide administrators with visibility into information across environments and workspaces so that they can easily find information about outliers, non-compliant Terraform or OpenTofu deployment, etc in a single place. This will save you time from searching through lower-level objects like workspaces and runs. Each report has drill-down capabilities as well to make them very actionable.
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The Terraform versions report shows you which Terraform versions are being used by all of your workspaces across all of your environments. This is very helpful when you are trying to phase out or standardize on a specific Terraform version. Get your real-time status updates here.
The Terraform modules report shows you which modules and their versions are being used across all of your workspaces in the account. You will also see the source of the module to make sure that all workspaces are pulling from an approved source.
The Terraform providers report shows you which providers and their versions are being used across all of your workspaces in the account. You will also see the source of the provider to make sure that all workspaces are pulling from an approved source.
Stop digging through workspaces to find resources, the resource report provides valuable information about the state and configuration of all of your resources under Terraform management. Located at the account scope, the report aggregates all resources across all Terraform state files and displays them in a single dashboard. Not only does it show active resources, but also recently deleted resources to help with troubleshooting. Quickly view who created, changed, or deleted a resource and which run performed the action.
Click on resources to dig deeper with the ability to view the run and state file associated with a resource:
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