We’re integrating Tectonic with Red Hat OpenShift

We are bringing the best of Tectonic to Red Hat OpenShift to build the most secure, hybrid Kubernetes application platform.

Terraform variables

This document gives an overview of the variables used in the different platforms of the Tectonic SDK.


Name Description Default Required
tectonic_azure_dns_resource_group   tectonic-dns-group no
tectonic_azure_etcd_vm_size Instance size for the etcd node(s). Example: Standard_DS2. Standard_DS2 no
tectonic_azure_external_vnet_id ID of an existing Virtual Network to launch nodes into. Example: VNet1. Leave blank to create a new Virtual Network. `` no
tectonic_azure_image_reference The image ID as given in azure image list. Specifies the OS image of the VM. <map> no
tectonic_azure_location   - yes
tectonic_azure_master_vm_size Instance size for the master node(s). Example: Standard_DS2. Standard_DS2 no
tectonic_azure_ssh_key Name of an Azure ssh key to use joe-sfo - yes
tectonic_azure_vnet_cidr_block Block of IP addresses used by the Resource Group. This should not overlap with any other networks, such as a private datacenter connected via ExpressRoute. no
tectonic_azure_worker_vm_size Instance size for the worker node(s). Example: Standard_DS2. Standard_DS2 no
tectonic_ssh_key   `` no