OpenTofu (OTF) is a leading infrastructure as code (IaC) tool, enabling DevOps engineers to define and provision infrastructure resources efficiently. It simplifies the process of managing infrastructure by treating it as code. To get started with OpenTofu, you need to know some basic commands. In this blog post, we'll explore ten essential OpenTofu commands that every DevOps engineer should be familiar with.
These ten basic OTF commands lay the foundation for efficiently managing your infrastructure as code. As you become more familiar with OTF, you'll discover additional commands and advanced features that can further streamline your DevOps workflow. Remember to use these commands cautiously, especially in production environments, and always keep your OTF configurations versioned and well-documented.