Massdriver Remains Unaffected by HashiCorp's Terraform Licensing Changes

HashiCorp recently announced a significant change in the licensing for some of their core products, like Terraform and Vault. They are shifting from an open-source MPL 2.0 license to a more restrictive Business Source License (BUSL) model. At Massdriver, we want to assure our users and community that this licensing shift does NOT impact our platform or customers. Here’s why: We compete with HashiCorp’s Waypoint product, but many of our official marketplace modules are written using Terraform. [Read More]

Massdriver pledges support for the Future of Terraform: OpenTofu

Last week, HashiCorp announced a change in Terraform’s licensing from the open-source MPL 2.0 (Mozilla Public License 2.0) to the restrictive BSL (Business Source License 1.1). This shocked the infrastructure engineering community, as it threatens to undermine the contributions of so many companies seeking to improve the Terraform experience. At this time, Massdriver and our users are unaffected by this change. While Massdriver supports Terraform, we build our tooling agnostically to work with any infrastructure-as-code solution, giving users the freedom to choose their preferred tool - whether Terraform, Helm, CloudFormation, or plain Bash scripts. [Read More]