» azurerm_traffic_manager_profile

Manages a Traffic Manager Profile to which multiple endpoints can be attached.

» Example Usage

resource "random_id" "server" {
  keepers = {
    azi_id = 1

  byte_length = 8

resource "azurerm_resource_group" "example" {
  name     = "trafficmanagerProfile"
  location = "West US"

resource "azurerm_traffic_manager_profile" "example" {
  name                   = "${random_id.server.hex}"
  resource_group_name    = "${azurerm_resource_group.example.name}"
  traffic_routing_method = "Weighted"

  dns_config {
    relative_name = "${random_id.server.hex}"
    ttl           = 100

  monitor_config {
    protocol                     = "http"
    port                         = 80
    path                         = "/"
    interval_in_seconds          = 30
    timeout_in_seconds           = 9
    tolerated_number_of_failures = 3

  tags = {
    environment = "Production"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name of the virtual network. Changing this forces a new resource to be created.

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

  • profile_status - (Optional) The status of the profile, can be set to either Enabled or Disabled. Defaults to Enabled.

  • traffic_routing_method - (Required) Specifies the algorithm used to route traffic, possible values are:

    • Geographic - Traffic is routed based on Geographic regions specified in the Endpoint.
    • MultiValue- All healthy Endpoints are returned. MultiValue routing method works only if all the endpoints of type ‘External’ and are specified as IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
    • Performance - Traffic is routed via the User's closest Endpoint
    • Priority - Traffic is routed to the Endpoint with the lowest priority value.
    • Subnet - Traffic is routed based on a mapping of sets of end-user IP address ranges to a specific Endpoint within a Traffic Manager profile.
    • Weighted - Traffic is spread across Endpoints proportional to their weight value.
  • dns_config - (Required) This block specifies the DNS configuration of the Profile, it supports the fields documented below.

  • monitor_config - (Required) This block specifies the Endpoint monitoring configuration for the Profile, it supports the fields documented below.

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

The dns_config block supports:

  • relative_name - (Required) The relative domain name, this is combined with the domain name used by Traffic Manager to form the FQDN which is exported as documented below. Changing this forces a new resource to be created.

  • ttl - (Required) The TTL value of the Profile used by Local DNS resolvers and clients.

The monitor_config block supports:

  • protocol - (Required) The protocol used by the monitoring checks, supported values are HTTP, HTTPS and TCP.

  • port - (Required) The port number used by the monitoring checks.

  • path - (Optional) The path used by the monitoring checks. Required when protocol is set to HTTP or HTTPS - cannot be set when protocol is set to TCP.

  • interval_in_seconds - (Optional) The interval used to check the endpoint health from a Traffic Manager probing agent. You can specify two values here: 30 (normal probing) and 10 (fast probing). The default value is 30.

  • timeout_in_seconds - (Optional) The amount of time the Traffic Manager probing agent should wait before considering that check a failure when a health check probe is sent to the endpoint. If interval_in_seconds is set to 30, then timeout_in_seconds can be between 5 and 10. The default value is 10. If interval_in_seconds is set to 10, then valid values are between 5 and 9 and timeout_in_seconds is required.

  • tolerated_number_of_failures - (Optional) The number of failures a Traffic Manager probing agent tolerates before marking that endpoint as unhealthy. Valid values are between 0 and 9. The default value is 3

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The Traffic Manager Profile id.
  • fqdn - The FQDN of the created Profile.

» Notes

The Traffic Manager is created with the location global.

» Import

Traffic Manager Profiles can be imported using the resource id, e.g.

terraform import azurerm_traffic_manager_profile.exampleProfile /subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/resourceGroups/mygroup1/providers/Microsoft.Network/trafficManagerProfiles/mytrafficmanagerprofile1