» digitalocean_droplet

Provides a DigitalOcean Droplet resource. This can be used to create, modify, and delete Droplets. Droplets also support provisioning.

» Example Usage

# Create a new Web Droplet in the nyc2 region
resource "digitalocean_droplet" "web" {
  image  = "ubuntu-14-04-x64"
  name   = "web-1"
  region = "nyc2"
  size   = "512mb"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • image - (Required) The Droplet image ID or slug.
  • name - (Required) The Droplet name
  • region - (Required) The region to start in
  • size - (Required) The instance size to start
  • backups - (Optional) Boolean controlling if backups are made. Defaults to false.
  • monitoring - (Optional) Boolean controlling whether monitoring agent is installed. Defaults to false.
  • ipv6 - (Optional) Boolean controlling if IPv6 is enabled. Defaults to false.
  • private_networking - (Optional) Boolean controlling if private networks are enabled. Defaults to false.
  • ssh_keys - (Optional) A list of SSH IDs or fingerprints to enable in the format [12345, 123456]. To retrieve this info, use a tool such as curl with the DigitalOcean API, to retrieve them.
  • resize_disk - (Optional) Boolean controlling whether to increase the disk size when resizing a Droplet. It defaults to true. When set to false, only the Droplet's RAM and CPU will be resized. Increasing a Droplet's disk size is a permanent change. Increasing only RAM and CPU is reversible.
  • tags - (Optional) A list of the tags to label this droplet. A tag resource must exist before it can be associated with a droplet.
  • user_data (Optional) - A string of the desired User Data for the Droplet.
  • volume_ids (Optional) - A list of the IDs of each block storage volume to be attached to the Droplet.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

» Import

Droplets can be imported using the droplet id, e.g.

terraform import digitalocean_droplet.mydroplet 100823