» Arukas Provider

The Arukas provider is used to manage Arukas resources.

Use the navigation to the left to read about the available resources.

For additional details please refer to Arukas documentation.

» Example Usage

Here is an example that will setup the following:

  • A container resource using the "NGINX" image
  • Instance count is 1
  • Plan is "free"
  • Expose tcp 80 port to the EndPoint
  • Set environments variable with like "key1=value1"

Add the below to a file called arukas.tf and run the terraform command from the same directory:

provider "arukas" {
  token  = ""
  secret = ""
}

resource "arukas_container" "foobar" {
  name      = "terraform_for_arukas_test_foobar"
  image     = "nginx:latest"
  instances = 1
  plan      = "free"

  ports = {
    protocol = "tcp"
    number   = "80"
  }

  environments {
    key   = "key1"
    value = "value1"
  }
}

You'll need to provide your Arukas API token and secret, so that Terraform can connect. If you don't want to put credentials in your configuration file, you can leave them out:

provider "arukas" {}

...and instead set these environment variables:

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • token - (Required) This is the Arukas API token. It must be provided, but it can also be sourced from the ARUKAS_JSON_API_TOKEN environment variable.

  • secret - (Required) This is the Arukas API secret. It must be provided, but it can also be sourced from the ARUKAS_JSON_API_SECRET environment variable.

  • api_url - (Optional) Override Arukas API Root URL. Also taken from the ARUKAS_JSON_API_URL environment variable if provided.

  • trace - (Optional) The flag of Arukas API trace log. Also taken from the ARUKAS_DEBUG environment variable if provided.

  • timeout - (Optional) Override Arukas API timeout seconds. Also taken from the ARUKAS_TIMEOUT environment variable if provided.