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openaddresses-deploy

3.2.0 • Public • Published

Deploy

OpenAddresses Deploy Tools for Cloudformation

Brief

  • Store and manage AWS creds locally for one or more AWS accounts
  • Create, Update, & Delete CF based stacks from the terminal

Install

If you don't have yarn installed - follow the instructions here

Clone this repository and run the following from the cloned directory:

git clone git@github.com:openaddresses/deploy.git

cd deploy

yarn install

yarn link

This will make the deploy command available globally

Auth Setup

Before you can make changes to any of the underlying infrastructure you must first authenticate the deploy cli

To do so run:

deploy init

and follow the prompts for your credentials.

Note the profile name prompted for should idealy match the profile name as set in your AWS credentials file located at ~/.aws/credentials If the profile name is found in your AWS credentials file, the credentials from the file will be linked. If it does not exist, you will be prompted for a set of credentials

Once finished run

deploy

to see a full list of options

Note: The credentials file can be found in the ~/.deployrc.json file

Global Config ~/.deplyrc.json

Required Tags

If an account uses tags for billing, the following can be used in the ~/.deployrc.json file to ensure that tags are attached to all stacks deployed to that profile

Key Notes
region Default AWS Account Region
accountId Required AWS Account ID
accessKeyId AWS Access Key ID (If not present in AWS creds file)
secretAccessKey AWS Secret Access Key (If not present in AWS creds file)
tags Cloudformation Tags to apply to stack

Tags

Tags can be added to all resources in a stack that is deployed. The tags array can contain either Keys as strings, or Key/Value objects.

Key as strings will be automatically populated for each resource of the CF template and the Value added as a Paramater of the stack

Key/Value objects will be automatically populated for each resource except that no Parameter will be added - the Value will be used directly

{
    "<profile_name>": {
        "region": "<region>",
        "accountId": "<account_id>",
        "accessKeyId": "<access_key_id>",
        "secretAccessKey": "<secret_access_key>",
        "tags": ["Project", {
            "Key": "Owner",
            "Value": "ingalls"
        }, "Client", "<another tag>"]
    }
}

Project Config ./deploy

Required Tags

If you run deploy init for a single AWS profile, all resources created with the tool will automatically be deployed to this "default" account.

If multiple AWS profiles are created via batch init, then you will either need to use the --profile <name> flag when interacting with the API, or to specfiy the profile in your .deploy file

The ./deploy file is created in the root directory of the git repo and follows the following format:

{
    "profile": "name of AWS Account profile",
}

Artifacts

Watching for Docker Artifacts

By default, if a Dockerfile is found in the project root, the ECR will be queried before deploy to ensure the image has been built. IE: a git repo named my-project would look for an image called my-project:<Git Sha>.

If you are building multiple docker images, or want to disable this feature, the following options are avaliable via the .deploy file.

Disable ECR Check

{
    "artifacts": {
        "docker": false
    }
}

Custom Pre/Postfix

{
    "artifacts": {
        "docker": "custom-ecr:{{gitsha}}"
    }
}
{
    "artifacts": {
        "docker": "{{project}}:prefix-{{gitsha}}-postfix"
    }
}

Multiple Images

{
    "artifacts": {
        "docker": [
            "{{project}}:backend-{{gitsha}}",
            "{{project}}:frontend-{{gitsha}}"
        ]
    }
}

Watching for Docker Artifacts

Lambda uploads are not watched for by default. Set artifact listeners via your .deploy file using the examples below to ensure that they are present on s3 before deploy.

Disable Lambda Check (Default)

{
    "artifacts": {
        "lambda": false
    }
}

Single Lambda

{
    "artifacts": {
        "lambda": "<bucket>/{{gitsha}}.zip"
    }
}

Multiple Lambdas

{
    "artifacts": {
        "lambda": [
            "<bucket>/deploy-lambda/{{gitsha}}.zip",
            "<bucket:>/{{project}}-{{gitsha}}.zip"
        ]
    }
}

Tags

Tags can be added to all resources in a stack that is deployed. The tags array can contain either Keys as strings, or Key/Value objects.

The format to adding project specific tags is identical to profile tags as defined in the ~/.deployrc.json file. See this documentation for complete information on tag formatting.

{
    "tags": ["Project", {
        "Key": "Owner",
        "Value": "ingalls"
    }, "Client", "<another tag>"]
}

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