Leave things as they are
If your Cloud regularly breaks or has hickups when you touch it you should really start adopting infrastructure as code and DevOps practices. Importing your Cloud into Terraform is a very good first step in making your Cloud stable and manageable, even in times when it needs to change rapidly.
Buy from somewhere else
Honestly, we haven't found any other companies providing a packaged Terraform import service. There are of course people who can do it and might even sell you such as service, but none with such a good terms as we offer.
Do it yourself
If you're a DIY person this is the best approach. Here's the high-level overview:
1. Learn Terraform.
2. Learn the components of your Cloud.
3. Learn your Cloud's command line tool.
4. Use the CLI to figure out the identifier for each Cloud resource. If you have 50 Cloud resources, repeat 50 times.
5. Write boilerplate Terraform code. Repeat 50 times.
6. Import the resource into Terraform. Repeat 50 times.
7. Run "terraform plan"
8. Fix your the resources to prevent changes. Repeat 50 times.