Interactive Terraform visualization, State and configuration explorer

Terraform visualizer.

In order to do this, Rover:

  1. generates a plan file and parses the configuration in the root directory or uses a provided plan.
  2. parses the plan and configuration files to generate three items: the resource overview (rso), the resource map (map), and the resource graph (graph).
  3. consumes the rso, map, and graph to generate an interactive configuration and state visualization hosts on

Feedback (via issues) and pull requests are appreciated!

Releases page. Download the binary, unzip, then move rover into your PATH.

random provider.

Run Rover. Rover will start running in the current directory and assume the Terraform binary lives in /usr/local/bin/terraform by default.

$ rover
2021/06/23 22:51:27 Starting Rover...
2021/06/23 22:51:27 Initializing Terraform...
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Generating plan...
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Parsing configuration...
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Generating resource overview...
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Generating resource map...
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Generating resource graph...
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Done generating assets.
2021/06/23 22:51:28 Rover is running on

You can specify the working directory (where your configuration is living) and the Terraform binary location using flags.

$ rover -workingDir "example/eks-cluster" -tfPath "/Users/dos/terraform"

Once Rover runs on, navigate to it to find the visualization!


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