» azurerm_app_service

Manages an App Service (within an App Service Plan).

» Example Usage

This example provisions a Windows App Service. Other examples of the azurerm_app_service resource can be found in the ./examples/app-service directory within the Github Repository

resource "azurerm_resource_group" "test" {
  name     = "example-resources"
  location = "West Europe"
}

resource "azurerm_app_service_plan" "test" {
  name                = "example-appserviceplan"
  location            = "${azurerm_resource_group.test.location}"
  resource_group_name = "${azurerm_resource_group.test.name}"

  sku {
    tier = "Standard"
    size = "S1"
  }
}

resource "azurerm_app_service" "test" {
  name                = "example-app-service"
  location            = "${azurerm_resource_group.test.location}"
  resource_group_name = "${azurerm_resource_group.test.name}"
  app_service_plan_id = "${azurerm_app_service_plan.test.id}"

  site_config {
    dotnet_framework_version = "v4.0"
    scm_type                 = "LocalGit"
  }

  app_settings = {
    "SOME_KEY" = "some-value"
  }

  connection_string {
    name  = "Database"
    type  = "SQLServer"
    value = "Server=some-server.mydomain.com;Integrated Security=SSPI"
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) Specifies the name of the App Service. Changing this forces a new resource to be created.

  • resource_group_name - (Required) The name of the resource group in which to create the App Service.

  • location - (Required) Specifies the supported Azure location where the resource exists. Changing this forces a new resource to be created.

  • app_service_plan_id - (Required) The ID of the App Service Plan within which to create this App Service.

  • app_settings - (Optional) A key-value pair of App Settings.

  • auth_settings - (Optional) A auth_settings block as defined below.

  • connection_string - (Optional) One or more connection_string blocks as defined below.

  • client_affinity_enabled - (Optional) Should the App Service send session affinity cookies, which route client requests in the same session to the same instance?

  • client_cert_enabled - (Optional) Does the App Service require client certificates for incoming requests? Defaults to false.

  • enabled - (Optional) Is the App Service Enabled?

  • https_only - (Optional) Can the App Service only be accessed via HTTPS? Defaults to false.

  • logs - (Optional) A logs block as defined below.

  • site_config - (Optional) A site_config block as defined below.

  • tags - (Optional) A mapping of tags to assign to the resource.

  • identity - (Optional) A Managed Service Identity block as defined below.


A connection_string block supports the following:

  • name - (Required) The name of the Connection String.

  • type - (Required) The type of the Connection String. Possible values are APIHub, Custom, DocDb, EventHub, MySQL, NotificationHub, PostgreSQL, RedisCache, ServiceBus, SQLAzure and SQLServer.

  • value - (Required) The value for the Connection String.


A identity block supports the following:

  • type - (Required) Specifies the identity type of the App Service. At this time the only allowed value is SystemAssigned.

A logs block supports the following:


An application_logs block supports the following:


An azure_blob_storage block supports the following:

  • level - (Required) The level at which to log. Possible values include Error, Warning, Information, Verbose and Off.

  • sas_url - (Required) The URL to the storage container, with a Service SAS token appended. NOTE: there is currently no means of generating Service SAS tokens with the azurerm provider.

  • retention_in_days - (Required) The number of days to retain logs for.


A site_config block supports the following:

  • always_on - (Optional) Should the app be loaded at all times? Defaults to false.

  • app_command_line - (Optional) App command line to launch, e.g. /sbin/myserver -b 0.0.0.0.

  • cors - (Optional) A cors block as defined below.

  • default_documents - (Optional) The ordering of default documents to load, if an address isn't specified.

  • dotnet_framework_version - (Optional) The version of the .net framework's CLR used in this App Service. Possible values are v2.0 (which will use the latest version of the .net framework for the .net CLR v2 - currently .net 3.5) and v4.0 (which corresponds to the latest version of the .net CLR v4 - which at the time of writing is .net 4.7.1). For more information on which .net CLR version to use based on the .net framework you're targeting - please see this table. Defaults to v4.0.

  • ftps_state - (Optional) State of FTP / FTPS service for this App Service. Possible values include: AllAllowed, FtpsOnly and Disabled.

  • http2_enabled - (Optional) Is HTTP2 Enabled on this App Service? Defaults to false.

  • ip_restriction - (Optional) A List of objects representing ip restrictions as defined below.

  • java_version - (Optional) The version of Java to use. If specified java_container and java_container_version must also be specified. Possible values are 1.7, 1.8 and 11.

  • java_container - (Optional) The Java Container to use. If specified java_version and java_container_version must also be specified. Possible values are JETTY and TOMCAT.

  • java_container_version - (Optional) The version of the Java Container to use. If specified java_version and java_container must also be specified.

  • local_mysql_enabled - (Optional) Is "MySQL In App" Enabled? This runs a local MySQL instance with your app and shares resources from the App Service plan.

  • linux_fx_version - (Optional) Linux App Framework and version for the App Service. Possible options are a Docker container (DOCKER|<user/image:tag>), a base-64 encoded Docker Compose file (COMPOSE|${filebase64("compose.yml")}) or a base-64 encoded Kubernetes Manifest (KUBE|${filebase64("kubernetes.yml")}).

  • windows_fx_version - (Optional) The Windows Docker container image (DOCKER|<user/image:tag>)

Additional examples of how to run Containers via the azurerm_app_service resource can be found in the ./examples/app-service directory within the Github Repository.

  • managed_pipeline_mode - (Optional) The Managed Pipeline Mode. Possible values are Integrated and Classic. Defaults to Integrated.

  • min_tls_version - (Optional) The minimum supported TLS version for the app service. Possible values are 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2. Defaults to 1.2 for new app services.

  • php_version - (Optional) The version of PHP to use in this App Service. Possible values are 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2.

  • python_version - (Optional) The version of Python to use in this App Service. Possible values are 2.7 and 3.4.

  • remote_debugging_enabled - (Optional) Is Remote Debugging Enabled? Defaults to false.

  • remote_debugging_version - (Optional) Which version of Visual Studio should the Remote Debugger be compatible with? Possible values are VS2012, VS2013, VS2015 and VS2017.

  • scm_type - (Optional) The type of Source Control enabled for this App Service. Defaults to None. Possible values are: BitbucketGit, BitbucketHg, CodePlexGit, CodePlexHg, Dropbox, ExternalGit, ExternalHg, GitHub, LocalGit, None, OneDrive, Tfs, VSO and VSTSRM

  • use_32_bit_worker_process - (Optional) Should the App Service run in 32 bit mode, rather than 64 bit mode?


A cors block supports the following:

  • allowed_origins - (Optional) A list of origins which should be able to make cross-origin calls. * can be used to allow all calls.

  • support_credentials - (Optional) Are credentials supported?


A auth_settings block supports the following:

  • enabled - (Required) Is Authentication enabled?

  • active_directory - (Optional) A active_directory block as defined below.

  • additional_login_params - (Optional) Login parameters to send to the OpenID Connect authorization endpoint when a user logs in. Each parameter must be in the form "key=value".

  • allowed_external_redirect_urls - (Optional) External URLs that can be redirected to as part of logging in or logging out of the app.

  • default_provider - (Optional) The default provider to use when multiple providers have been set up. Possible values are AzureActiveDirectory, Facebook, Google, MicrosoftAccount and Twitter.

  • facebook - (Optional) A facebook block as defined below.

  • google - (Optional) A google block as defined below.

  • issuer - (Optional) Issuer URI. When using Azure Active Directory, this value is the URI of the directory tenant, e.g. https://sts.windows.net/{tenant-guid}/.

  • microsoft - (Optional) A microsoft block as defined below.

  • runtime_version - (Optional) The runtime version of the Authentication/Authorization module.

  • token_refresh_extension_hours - (Optional) The number of hours after session token expiration that a session token can be used to call the token refresh API. Defaults to 72.

  • token_store_enabled - (Optional) If enabled the module will durably store platform-specific security tokens that are obtained during login flows. Defaults to false.

  • twitter - (Optional) A twitter block as defined below.

  • unauthenticated_client_action - (Optional) The action to take when an unauthenticated client attempts to access the app. Possible values are AllowAnonymous and RedirectToLoginPage.


A active_directory block supports the following:

  • client_id - (Required) The Client ID of this relying party application. Enables OpenIDConnection authentication with Azure Active Directory.

  • client_secret - (Optional) The Client Secret of this relying party application. If no secret is provided, implicit flow will be used.

  • allowed_audiences (Optional) Allowed audience values to consider when validating JWTs issued by Azure Active Directory.


A facebook block supports the following:


A google block supports the following:


A ip_restriction block supports the following:

  • ip_address - (Required) The IP Address used for this IP Restriction.

  • subnet_mask - (Optional) The Subnet mask used for this IP Restriction. Defaults to 255.255.255.255.


A microsoft block supports the following:

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The ID of the App Service.

  • default_site_hostname - The Default Hostname associated with the App Service - such as mysite.azurewebsites.net

  • outbound_ip_addresses - A comma separated list of outbound IP addresses - such as 52.23.25.3,52.143.43.12

  • possible_outbound_ip_addresses - A comma separated list of outbound IP addresses - such as 52.23.25.3,52.143.43.12,52.143.43.17 - not all of which are necessarily in use. Superset of outbound_ip_addresses.

  • source_control - A source_control block as defined below, which contains the Source Control information when scm_type is set to LocalGit.

  • site_credential - A site_credential block as defined below, which contains the site-level credentials used to publish to this App Service.

  • identity - An identity block as defined below, which contains the Managed Service Identity information for this App Service.


A identity block exports the following:

  • principal_id - The Principal ID for the Service Principal associated with the Managed Service Identity of this App Service.

  • tenant_id - The Tenant ID for the Service Principal associated with the Managed Service Identity of this App Service.


A site_credential block exports the following:

  • username - The username which can be used to publish to this App Service
  • password - The password associated with the username, which can be used to publish to this App Service.

A source_control block exports the following:

  • repo_url - URL of the Git repository for this App Service.
  • branch - Branch name of the Git repository for this App Service.

» Import

App Services can be imported using the resource id, e.g.

terraform import azurerm_app_service.instance1 /subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/resourceGroups/mygroup1/providers/Microsoft.Web/sites/instance1