» UCloud Provider

The UCloud provider is used to interact with the resources supported by UCloud. 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 UCloud Provider
provider "ucloud" {
  public_key = "${var.ucloud_public_key}"
  private_key = "${var.ucloud_private_key}"
  project_id = "${var.ucloud_project_id}"
  region     = "cn-sh2"
}

# Query availability zone
data "ucloud_zones" "default" {
}

# Query image
data "ucloud_images" "default" {
    availability_zone = "${data.ucloud_zones.default.zones.0.id}"
    os_type = "Linux"
}

# Create security group
resource "ucloud_security_group" "default" {
    name = "tf-example-eip"
    tag  = "tf-example"

    rules {
        port_range = "80"
        protocol   = "tcp"
        cidr_block = "192.168.0.0/16"
        policy     = "ACCEPT"
    }
}

# Create a web server
resource "ucloud_instance" "web" {
    instance_type     = "n-standard-1"
    availability_zone = "${data.ucloud_zones.default.zones.0.id}"
    image_id = "${data.ucloud_images.default.images.0.id}"

    root_password      = "wA1234567"
    security_group     = "${ucloud_security_group.default.id}"

    name              = "tf-example-eip"
    tag               = "tf-example"
}

» Authentication

The UCloud provider offers a flexible means of providing credentials for authentication. The following methods are supported, in this order, and explained below:

  • Static credentials
  • Environment variables

» Static credentials

Static credentials can be provided by adding an public_key and private_key in-line in the UCloud provider block:

Usage:

provider "ucloud" {
  public_key = "your_public_key"
  private_key = "your_private_key"
  project_id = "your_project_id"
  region     = "cn-sh2"
}

» Environment variables

You can provide your credentials via UCLOUD_PUBLIC_KEY and UCLOUD_PRIVATE_KEY environment variables, representing your UCloud public key and private key respectively. UCLOUD_REGION and UCLOUD_PROJECT_ID are also used, if applicable:

provider "ucloud" {}

Usage:

$ export UCLOUD_PUBLIC_KEY="your_public_key"
$ export UCLOUD_PRIVATE_KEY="your_private_key"
$ export UCLOUD_REGION="cn-sh2"
$ export UCLOUD_PROJECT_ID="org-xxx"

$ terraform plan

» Argument Reference

In addition to generic provider arguments (e.g. alias and version), the following arguments are supported in the UCloud provider block:

  • public_key - (Required) This is the UCloud public key. It must be provided, but it can also be sourced from the UCLOUD_PUBLIC_KEY environment variable.

  • private_key - (Required) This is the UCloud private key. It must be provided, but it can also be sourced from the UCLOUD_PRIVATE_KEY environment variable.

  • region - (Required) This is the UCloud region. It must be provided, but it can also be sourced from the UCLOUD_REGION environment variables.

  • project_id - (Required) This is the UCloud project id. It must be provided, but it can also be sourced from the UCLOUD_PROJECT_ID environment variables.

  • max_retries - (Optional) This is the max retry attempts number. Default max retry attempts number is 0.

  • insecure - (Optional) This is a switch to disable/enable https. (Default: false, means enable https).

» Testing

Credentials must be provided via the UCLOUD_PUBLIC_KEY, UCLOUD_PRIVATE_KEY, UCLOUD_PROJECT_ID environment variables in order to run acceptance tests.