» FlexibleEngine Provider

The FlexibleEngine provider is used to interact with the many resources supported by FlexibleEngine. The provider needs to be configured with the proper credentials before it can be used.

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

» Example Usage

# Configure the FlexibleEngine Provider
provider "flexibleengine" {
  user_name   = "admin"
  tenant_name = "admin"
  password    = "pwd"
  auth_url    = "http://myauthurl:5000/v2.0"
  region      = "RegionOne"
}

# Create a web server
resource "flexibleengine_compute_instance_v2" "test-server" {
  # ...
}

» Configuration Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • access_key - (Optional) The access key of the FlexibleEngine cloud to use. If omitted, the OS_ACCESS_KEY environment variable is used.

  • secret_key - (Optional) The secret key of the FlexibleEngine cloud to use. If omitted, the OS_SECRET_KEY environment variable is used.

  • auth_url - (Required) The Identity authentication URL. If omitted, the OS_AUTH_URL environment variable is used.

  • region - (Optional) The region of the FlexibleEngine cloud to use. If omitted, the OS_REGION_NAME environment variable is used. If OS_REGION_NAME is not set, then no region will be used. It should be possible to omit the region in single-region FlexibleEngine environments, but this behavior may vary depending on the FlexibleEngine environment being used.

  • user_name - (Optional) The Username to login with. If omitted, the OS_USERNAME environment variable is used.

  • user_id - (Optional) The User ID to login with. If omitted, the OS_USER_ID environment variable is used.

  • tenant_id - (Optional) The ID of the Tenant (Identity v2) or Project (Identity v3) to login with. If omitted, the OS_TENANT_ID or OS_PROJECT_ID environment variables are used.

  • tenant_name - (Optional) The Name of the Tenant (Identity v2) or Project (Identity v3) to login with. If omitted, the OS_TENANT_NAME or OS_PROJECT_NAME environment variable are used.

  • password - (Optional) The Password to login with. If omitted, the OS_PASSWORD environment variable is used.

  • token - (Optional; Required if not using user_name and password) A token is an expiring, temporary means of access issued via the Keystone service. By specifying a token, you do not have to specify a username/password combination, since the token was already created by a username/password out of band of Terraform. If omitted, the OS_AUTH_TOKEN environment variable is used.

  • domain_id - (Optional) The ID of the Domain to scope to (Identity v3). If If omitted, the following environment variables are checked (in this order): OS_USER_DOMAIN_ID, OS_PROJECT_DOMAIN_ID, OS_DOMAIN_ID.

  • domain_name - (Optional) The Name of the Domain to scope to (Identity v3). If omitted, the following environment variables are checked (in this order): OS_USER_DOMAIN_NAME, OS_PROJECT_DOMAIN_NAME, OS_DOMAIN_NAME, DEFAULT_DOMAIN.

  • insecure - (Optional) Trust self-signed SSL certificates. If omitted, the OS_INSECURE environment variable is used.

  • cacert_file - (Optional) Specify a custom CA certificate when communicating over SSL. You can specify either a path to the file or the contents of the certificate. If omitted, the OS_CACERT environment variable is used.

  • cert - (Optional) Specify client certificate file for SSL client authentication. You can specify either a path to the file or the contents of the certificate. If omitted the OS_CERT environment variable is used.

  • key - (Optional) Specify client private key file for SSL client authentication. You can specify either a path to the file or the contents of the key. If omitted the OS_KEY environment variable is used.

  • endpoint_type - (Optional) Specify which type of endpoint to use from the service catalog. It can be set using the OS_ENDPOINT_TYPE environment variable. If not set, public endpoints is used.

  • swauth - (Optional) Set to true to authenticate against Swauth, a Swift-native authentication system. If omitted, the OS_SWAUTH environment variable is used. You must also set username to the Swauth/Swift username such as username:project. Set the password to the Swauth/Swift key. Finally, set auth_url as the location of the Swift service. Note that this will only work when used with the FlexibleEngine Object Storage resources.

» Additional Logging

This provider has the ability to log all HTTP requests and responses between Terraform and the FlexibleEngine cloud which is useful for troubleshooting and debugging.

To enable these logs, set the OS_DEBUG environment variable to 1 along with the usual TF_LOG=DEBUG environment variable:

$ OS_DEBUG=1 TF_LOG=DEBUG terraform apply

If you submit these logs with a bug report, please ensure any sensitive information has been scrubbed first!

» Testing and Development

In order to run the Acceptance Tests for development, the following environment variables must also be set:

  • OS_REGION_NAME - The region in which to create the server instance.

  • OS_IMAGE_ID or OS_IMAGE_NAME - a UUID or name of an existing image in Glance.

  • OS_FLAVOR_ID or OS_FLAVOR_NAME - an ID or name of an existing flavor.

  • OS_POOL_NAME - The name of a Floating IP pool.

  • OS_NETWORK_ID - The UUID of a network in your test environment.

  • OS_EXTGW_ID - The UUID of the external gateway.

You should be able to use any FlexibleEngine environment to develop on as long as the above environment variables are set.

Most of Terraform's FlexibleEngine support is done in a standardized Packstack all-in-one environment. You can find the scripts to build this environment here. The included main.tf file will need to be modified for your specific environment. Once it's up and running, you will have access to a standard, up-to-date FlexibleEngine environment with the latest FlexibleEngine services.

If you require access to deprecated services, such as Keystone v2 and LBaaS v1, you can use the "legacy" environment here.