oprah

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🐝 Oprah

Node module to push configuration and encrypted secrets to AWS.

Installation

# Via yarn
$ yarn add oprah

# Via npm
$ npm install oprah

Usage

  1. At the root of your application add configuration file called oprah.yml.
service: oprah-service
provider: ssm

config:
  path: /${stage}/oprah/config
  defaults:
    DB_NAME: my-database
    DB_HOST: 3200
  required:
    DB_TABLE: "some database table name for ${stage}"

secret:
  path: /${stage}/oprah/secret
  required:
    DB_PASSWORD: "secret database password"
  1. Use oprah CLI tool to push your keys to AWS parameter store.
$ oprah run --stage <stage> --interactive

Config File

Following is the configuration file will all possible options:

service: oprah-service
provider: ssm                                 # Only supports ssm for now.

stacks:                                       # Outputs from cloudformation stacks that needs to be interpolated.
  - some-cloudformation-stack

config:
  path: /${stage}/oprah/config                # Base path for params to be added to
  defaults:                                   # Default parameters. Can be overwritten in different environments.
    DB_NAME: my-database
    DB_HOST: 3200
  production:                                 # If keys are deployed to production stage, its value will be overwritten by following
    DB_NAME: my-production-database
  required:                                   # Keys mentioned below will be prompted to be entered.
    DB_TABLE: "some database table name for ${stage}"

secret:
  keyId: some-arn-of-kms-key-to-use .         # If not specified, default key will be used to encrypt variables.
  path: /${stage}/oprah/secret                # Base path for params to be added to
  required:
    DB_PASSWORD: "secret database password" . # Parameter to encrypt and add to. Will be encrypted using KMS.
                                              # Above key will be added to /${stage}/oprah/secret/DB_PASSWORD
                                              # Value in quote will be displayed as explanation in prompt during interactive run.

CLI

Following is all options available in oprah CLI.

Usage: oprah [options] [command]

Options:
  -V, --version          output the version number
  -s, --stage [stage]    Specify stage to run on. (required)
  -c, --config [config]  Path to oprah configuration (default: "oprah.yml")
  -i, --interactive      specify values through command line
  -h, --help             display help for command

Commands:
  run [options]          Verify or populate all remote configurations and
                         secrets.
  init                   Initialize oprah. Only required to run once.
  export [options]       Export of all of the configuration from the provider
                         to a text json file
  import [options]       Import all of the configuration from the json from to
                         a provider
  list                   List all remote configurations and secrets.
  fetch [options]        Fetch config or secret
  help [command]         display help for command

Push configuration

Usage: oprah run [options]

Verify or populate all remote configurations and secrets.

Options:
  -v, --variables [variables]  Variables used for config interpolation.
  -i, --interactive            Run on interactive mode
  -m, --missing                Only prompt missing values in interactive mode
  -r, --removing               Removing orphan configs or secrets
  -h, --help                   display help for command

List pushed configurations

Usage: oprah list [options]

List all remote configurations and secrets.

Options:
  -h, --help  display help for command

Fetch individual configuration

Usage: oprah fetch [options]

Fetch config or secret

Options:
  -k, --keys [keys]  Comma seperated configs to fetch (example:
                     "SOME_CONFIG,ANOTHER_CONFIG")
  -h, --help         display help for command

Fetch configuration can be used in automation scripts. Example:

PARAMS=$(./node_modules/.bin/cm fetch -k "CALLBACK_URL,LOGOUT_URL" -s $STAGE)

CALLBACK_URL=$(echo $PARAMS | jq -er ".CALLBACK_URL")
LOGOUT_URL=$(echo $PARAMS | jq -er ".LOGOUT_URL")

# do something with the values

Import

Usage: oprah import [options]

Import all of the configuration from the json from to a provider

Options:
  -p, --path [path]  The location of the secrets and configuration file
                     (default: "/tmp/oprah-exports.json")
  -h, --help         display help for command

Export

Usage: oprah export [options]

Export of all of the configuration from the provider to a text json file

Options:
  -p, --path [path]      The location for the output secrets & configuration file
                         (default: "/tmp/oprah-exports.json" or ".env_oprah")
  -t, --target [target]  The output target, available options are json|env
                         (default:json)

  -C, --config-only [configOnly] Only export `config` section

  -h, --help             display help for command

Clean up

Usage: oprah clean-up [options]

Clean up orphan configurations and secrets from provider

Options:
  -d, --dry-run [dryRun]  Execute a dry run to display all orphan configurations and secrets

  -h, --help              display help for command

License

Feel free to use the code, it's released using the MIT license.

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