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Version: v1.0

Provision and Consume Cloud Resources by Terraform

⚠️ This section requires your platform builder has already installed the Terraform related capabilities.

Check the parameters of cloud resource components and trait.

$ kubectl vela show alibaba-rds
# Properties
+----------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+----------+---------+
| NAME | DESCRIPTION | TYPE | REQUIRED | DEFAULT |
+----------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+----------+---------+
| bucket | OSS bucket name | string | true | |
| acl | OSS bucket ACL, supported 'private', 'public-read', 'public-read-write' | string | true | |
| writeConnectionSecretToRef | The secret which the cloud resource connection will be written to | [writeConnectionSecretToRef](#writeConnectionSecretToRef) | false | |
+----------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------+----------+---------+
## writeConnectionSecretToRef
+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+--------+----------+---------+
| NAME | DESCRIPTION | TYPE | REQUIRED | DEFAULT |
+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+--------+----------+---------+
| name | The secret name which the cloud resource connection will be written to | string | true | |
| namespace | The secret namespace which the cloud resource connection will be written to | string | false | |
+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+--------+----------+---------+
$ kubectl vela show service-binding
# Properties
+-------------+------------------------------------------------+------------------+----------+---------+
| NAME | DESCRIPTION | TYPE | REQUIRED | DEFAULT |
+-------------+------------------------------------------------+------------------+----------+---------+
| envMappings | The mapping of environment variables to secret | map[string]{...} | true | |
+-------------+------------------------------------------------+------------------+----------+---------+

Now apply an application as below.

apiVersion: core.oam.dev/v1beta1
kind: Application
metadata:
name: webapp
spec:
components:
- name: express-server
type: webservice
properties:
image: zzxwill/flask-web-application:v0.3.1-crossplane
ports: 80
traits:
- type: service-binding
properties:
envMappings:
# environments refer to db-conn secret
DB_PASSWORD:
secret: db-conn # 1) If the env name is the same as the secret key, secret key can be omitted.
endpoint:
secret: db-conn
key: DB_HOST # 2) If the env name is different from secret key, secret key has to be set.
username:
secret: db-conn
key: DB_USER
# environments refer to oss-conn secret
BUCKET_NAME:
secret: oss-conn
- name: sample-db
type: alibaba-rds
properties:
instance_name: sample-db
account_name: oamtest
password: U34rfwefwefffaked
writeConnectionSecretToRef:
name: db-conn
- name: sample-oss
type: alibaba-oss
properties:
bucket: vela-website
acl: private
writeConnectionSecretToRef:
name: oss-conn

Apply it and verify the application.

$ kubectl get application
NAME AGE
webapp 46m
$ kubectl port-forward deployment/express-server 80:80
Forwarding from 127.0.0.1:80 -> 80
Forwarding from [::1]:80 -> 80
Handling connection for 80
Handling connection for 80

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