»Azure Container Instances

»Builders

ECS uses Docker images for building, which are generated by these builders:

»azure-container-instance (platform)

Deploy a container to Azure Container Instances.

»Interface

  • Input: docker.Image
  • Output: aci.Deployment

»Variables

»capacity

The capacity details for the container.

  • Type: *aci.Capacity

»capacity.cpu

Number of CPUs to allocate the container, min 1, max based on resource availability of the region.

»capacity.memory

Memory to allocate the container specified in MB, min 1024, max based on resource availability of the region.

»location

The resource location to deploy the container instance to.

  • Type: string
  • Optional

»managed_identity

The managed identity assigned to the container group.

  • Type: string
  • Optional

»ports

The ports the container is listening on, the first port in this list will be used by the entrypoint binary to direct traffic to your application.

  • Type: []int
  • Optional

»resource_group

The resource group to deploy the container to.

  • Type: string

»static_environment

Environment variables to control broad modes of the application.

Environment variables that are meant to configure the application in a static way. This might be control an image that has multiple modes of operation, selected via environment variable. Most configuration should use the waypoint config commands.

  • Type: map[string]string
  • Optional

»subscription_id

The Azure subscription id.

If not set uses the environment variable AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID.

  • Type: string
  • Optional

»volume

The volume details for a container.

  • Type: []aci.Volume

»volume.azure_file_share

The details for the Azure file share volume.

»volume.git_repo

The details for GitHub repo to mount as a volume.

»volume.name

The name of the volume to mount into the container.

»volume.path

The path to mount the volume to in the container.

»volume.read_only

Specify if the volume is read only.

»Examples


deploy "azure-container-instance" {
    resource_group = "resource-group-name"
    location       = "westus"
    ports          = [8080]

    capacity {
      memory = "1024"
      cpu_count = 4
    }

    volume {
      name = "vol1"
      path = "/consul"
      read_only = true

      git_repo {
        repository = "https://github.com/hashicorp/consul"
        revision = "v1.8.3"
      }
    }
}