» heroku_cert

Provides a Heroku SSL certificate resource. It allows to set a given certificate for a Heroku app.

» Example Usage

# Create a new Heroku app
resource "heroku_app" "default" {
  name = "test-app"
}

# Add-on SSL to application
resource "heroku_addon" "ssl" {
  app  = "${heroku_app.default.name}"
  plan = "ssl"
}

# Establish certificate for a given application
resource "heroku_cert" "ssl_certificate" {
  app               = "${heroku_app.default.name}"
  certificate_chain = "${file("server.crt")}"
  private_key       = "${file("server.key")}"
  depends_on        = "heroku_addon.ssl"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • app - (Required) The Heroku app to add to.
  • certificate_chain - (Required) The certificate chain to add
  • private_key - (Required) The private key for a given certificate chain

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The ID of the add-on
  • cname - The CNAME for the SSL endpoint
  • name - The name of the SSL certificate

» Importing

When importing a Heroku cert resource, the ID must be built using the app name colon the unique ID from the Heroku API. For an app named production-api with a certificate ID of b85d9224-310b-409b-891e-c903f5a40568, you would import it as:

$ terraform import heroku_cert.production_api production-api:b85d9224-310b-409b-891e-c903f5a40568