» openstack_identity_application_credential_v3

Manages a V3 Application Credential resource within OpenStack Keystone.

» Example Usage

» Predefined secret

Application credential below will have only one swiftoperator role.

resource "openstack_identity_application_credential_v3" "swift" {
  name        = "swift"
  description = "Swift technical application credential"
  secret      = "supersecret"
  roles       = ["swiftoperator"]
  expires_at  = "2019-02-13T12:12:12Z"
}

» Unrestricted with autogenerated secret and unlimited TTL

Application credential below will inherit all the current user's roles.

resource "openstack_identity_application_credential_v3" "unrestricted" {
  name         = "unrestricted"
  description  = "Unrestricted application credential"
  unrestricted = true
}

output "application_credential_secret" {
  value = "${openstack_identity_application_credential_v3.unrestricted.secret}"
}

» Application credential with access rules

resource "openstack_identity_application_credential_v3" "monitoring" {
  name        = "monitoring"
  expires_at  = "2019-02-13T12:12:12Z"

  access_rules {
    path    = "/v2.0/metrics"
    service = "monitoring"
    method  = "GET"
  }

  access_rules {
    path    = "/v2.0/metrics"
    service = "monitoring"
    method  = "PUT"
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • region - (Optional) The region in which to obtain the V3 Keystone client. If omitted, the region argument of the provider is used. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • name - (Required) A name of the application credential. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • description - (Optional) A description of the application credential. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • unrestricted - (Optional) A flag indicating whether the application credential may be used for creation or destruction of other application credentials or trusts. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • secret - (Optional) The secret for the application credential. If omitted, it will be generated by the server. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • roles - (Optional) A collection of one or more role names, which this application credential has to be associated with its project. If omitted, all the current user's roles within the scoped project will be inherited by a new application credential. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • access_rules - (Optional) A collection of one or more access rules, which this application credential allows to follow. The structure is described below. Changing this creates a new application credential.

  • expires_at - (Optional) The expiration time of the application credential in the RFC3339 timestamp format (e.g. 2019-03-09T12:58:49Z). If omitted, an application credential will never expire. Changing this creates a new application credential.

The access_rules block supports:

  • id - (Computed) The ID of the existing access rule. The access rule ID of another application credential can be provided.

  • path - (Optional) The API path that the application credential is permitted to access. May use named wildcards such as {tag} or the unnamed wildcard * to match against any string in the path up to a /, or the recursive wildcard ** to include / in the matched path.

  • service - (Optional) The service type identifier for the service that the application credential is granted to access. Must be a service type that is listed in the service catalog and not a code name for a service. E.g. identity, compute, volumev3, image, network, object-store, sharev2, dns, key-manager, monitoring, etc.

  • method - (Optional) The request method that the application credential is permitted to use for a given API endpoint. Allowed values: POST, GET, HEAD, PATCH, PUT and DELETE.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • region - See Argument Reference above.
  • name - See Argument Reference above.
  • description - See Argument Reference above.
  • unrestricted - See Argument Reference above.
  • secret - See Argument Reference above.
  • roles - See Argument Reference above.
  • access_rules - See Argument Reference above.
  • expires_at - See Argument Reference above.
  • project_id - The ID of the project the application credential was created for and that authentication requests using this application credential will be scoped to.

» Import

Application Credentials can be imported using the id, e.g.

$ terraform import openstack_identity_application_credential_v3.application_credential_1 c17304b7-0953-4738-abb0-67005882b0a0