» google_app_engine_application

Allows creation and management of an App Engine application.

» Example Usage

resource "google_project" "my_project" {
  name       = "My Project"
  project_id = "your-project-id"
  org_id     = "1234567"
}

resource "google_app_engine_application" "app" {
  project     = "${google_project.my_project.project_id}"
  location_id = "us-central"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • project - (Required) The project ID to create the application under. ~>NOTE: GCP only accepts project ID, not project number. If you are using number, you may get a "Permission denied" error.

  • location_id - (Required) The location to serve the app from.

  • auth_domain - (Optional) The domain to authenticate users with when using App Engine's User API.

  • serving_status - (Optional) The serving status of the app.

  • feature_settings - (Optional) A block of optional settings to configure specific App Engine features:

    • split_health_checks - (Optional) Set to false to use the legacy health check instead of the readiness and liveness checks.

» Attributes Reference

In addition to the arguments listed above, the following computed attributes are exported:

  • name - Unique name of the app, usually apps/{PROJECT_ID}

  • app_id - Identifier of the app, usually {PROJECT_ID}

  • url_dispatch_rule - A list of dispatch rule blocks. Each block has a domain, path, and service field.

  • code_bucket - The GCS bucket code is being stored in for this app.

  • default_hostname - The default hostname for this app.

  • default_bucket - The GCS bucket content is being stored in for this app.

  • gcr_domain - The GCR domain used for storing managed Docker images for this app.

» Import

Applications can be imported using the ID of the project the application belongs to, e.g.

$ terraform import google_app_engine_application.app your-project-id