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AzAPI Resource Provider

AzAPI

The AzAPI Resource Provider lets you manage AzAPI resources.

Installing

This package is available for several languages/platforms:

Node.js (JavaScript/TypeScript)

To use from JavaScript or TypeScript in Node.js, install using either npm:

npm install @ediri/azapi

or yarn:

yarn add @ediri/azapi

Python

To use from Python, install using pip:

pip install ediri_azapi

Go

To use from Go, use go get to grab the latest version of the library:

go get github.com/dirien/pulumi-azapi/sdk

.NET

To use from .NET, install using dotnet add package:

dotnet add package ediri.Azapi

Configuration

The following configuration points are supported for the AzAPI provider:

  • ClientId - (Optional) The Client ID which should be used. This can also be sourced from the ARM_CLIENT_ID Environment Variable.

  • Environment - (Optional) The Cloud Environment which should be used. Possible values are public, usgovernment and china. Defaults to public. This can also be sourced from the ARM_ENVIRONMENT Environment Variable.

  • SubscriptionId - (Optional) The Subscription ID which should be used. This can also be sourced from the ARM_SUBSCRIPTION_ID Environment Variable.

  • TenantId - (Optional) The Tenant ID should be used. This can also be sourced from the ARM_TENANT_ID Environment Variable.


It's possible to configure the behaviour of certain resources using the following properties:

  • DefaultTags - (Optional) A mapping of tags which should be assigned to the azure resource as default tags. tags in each resource block can override the default_tags.

  • DefaultLocation - (Optional) The default Azure Region where the azure resource should exist. location in each resource block can override the default_location. Changing this forces new resources to be created.


When authenticating as a Service Principal using a Client Certificate, the following fields can be set:

  • ClientCertificatePassword - (Optional) The password associated with the Client Certificate. This can also be sourced from the ARM_CLIENT_CERTIFICATE_PASSWORD Environment Variable.

  • ClientCertificatePath - (Optional) The path to the Client Certificate associated with the Service Principal which should be used. This can also be sourced from the ARM_CLIENT_CERTIFICATE_PATH Environment Variable.


When authenticating as a Service Principal using a Client Secret, the following fields can be set:

  • ClientSecret - (Optional) The Client Secret which should be used. This can also be sourced from the ARM_CLIENT_SECRET Environment Variable.

When authenticating as a Service Principal using Open ID Connect, the following fields can be set:

  • OidcRequestToken - (Optional) The bearer token for the request to the OIDC provider. This can also be sourced from the ARM_OIDC_REQUEST_TOKEN or ACTIONS_ID_TOKEN_REQUEST_TOKEN Environment Variables.

  • OidcRequestUrl - (Optional) The URL for the OIDC provider from which to request an ID token. This can also be sourced from the ARM_OIDC_REQUEST_URL or ACTIONS_ID_TOKEN_REQUEST_URL Environment Variables.

  • OidcToken - (Optional) The ID token when authenticating using OpenID Connect (OIDC). This can also be sourced from the ARM_OIDC_TOKEN environment Variable.

  • OidcTokenFilePath - (Optional) The path to a file containing an ID token when authenticating using OpenID Connect (OIDC). This can also be sourced from the ARM_OIDC_TOKEN_FILE_PATH environment Variable.

  • UseOidc - (Optional) Should OIDC be used for Authentication? This can also be sourced from the ARM_USE_OIDC Environment Variable. Defaults to false.


For some advanced scenarios, such as where more granular permissions are necessary - the following properties can be set:

  • DisableCorrelationRequestId - (Optional) Disable sending the x-ms-correlation-request-id header. This can also be sourced from the ARM_DISABLE_CORRELATION_REQUEST_ID environment variable. Defaults to false.

  • DisableTerraformPartnerId - (Optional) Disable sending the Terraform Partner ID if a custom partner_id isn't specified, which allows Microsoft to better understand the usage of Terraform. The Partner ID does not give HashiCorp any direct access to usage information. This can also be sourced from the ARM_DISABLE_TERRAFORM_PARTNER_ID environment variable. Defaults to false.

  • PartnerId - (Optional) A GUID/UUID that is registered with Microsoft to facilitate partner resource usage attribution. This can also be sourced from the ARM_PARTNER_ID Environment Variable.

  • SkipProviderRegistration - (Optional) Should the Provider skip registering the Resource Providers it supports? This can also be sourced from the ARM_SKIP_PROVIDER_REGISTRATION Environment Variable. Defaults to false.

Reference

For detailed reference documentation, please visit the Pulumi registry.

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