» digitalocean_certificate

Provides a DigitalOcean Certificate resource that allows you to manage certificates for configuring TLS termination in Load Balancers. Certificates created with this resource can be referenced in your Load Balancer configuration via their ID. The certificate can either be a custom one provided by you or automatically generated one with Let's Encrypt.

» Example Usage

# Create a new TLS certificate
resource "digitalocean_certificate" "cert" {
  name              = "Terraform Example"
  type              = "custom"
  private_key       = "${file("/Users/terraform/certs/privkey.pem")}"
  leaf_certificate  = "${file("/Users/terraform/certs/cert.pem")}"
  certificate_chain = "${file("/Users/terraform/certs/fullchain.pem")}"
}

# Create a new Load Balancer with TLS termination
resource "digitalocean_loadbalancer" "public" {
  name        = "secure-loadbalancer-1"
  region      = "nyc3"
  droplet_tag = "backend"

  forwarding_rule {
    entry_port      = 443
    entry_protocol  = "https"

    target_port     = 80
    target_protocol = "http"

    certificate_id  = "${digitalocean_certificate.cert.id}"
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name of the certificate for identification.
  • type - (Optional) The type of certificate to provision. Can be either custom or lets_encrypt. Defaults to custom.
  • private_key - (Optional) The contents of a PEM-formatted private-key corresponding to the SSL certificate. Only valid when type is custom.
  • leaf_certificate - (Optional) The contents of a PEM-formatted public TLS certificate. Only valid when type is custom.
  • certificate_chain - (Optional) The full PEM-formatted trust chain between the certificate authority's certificate and your domain's TLS certificate. Only valid when type is custom.
  • domains - (Optional) List of fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) for which the certificate will be issued. The domains must be managed using DigitalOcean's DNS. Only valid when type is lets_encrypt.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The unique ID of the certificate
  • name - The name of the certificate
  • not_after - The expiration date of the certificate
  • sha1_fingerprint - The SHA-1 fingerprint of the certificate

» Import

Certificates can be imported using the certificate id, e.g.

terraform import digitalocean_certificate.mycertificate 892071a0-bb95-49bc-8021-3afd67a210bf