OpenStack Resource Types

OS::Aodh::Alarm

A resource that implements alarming service of Aodh.

A resource that allows for the setting alarms based on threshold evaluation for a collection of samples. Also, you can define actions to take if state of watched resource will be satisfied specified conditions. For example, it can watch for the memory consumption and when it reaches 70% on a given instance if the instance has been up for more than 10 min, some action will be called.

Required Properties

meter_name

Meter name watched by the alarm.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

threshold

Threshold to evaluate against.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

alarm_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to alarm.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

comparison_operator

Operator used to compare specified statistic with threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ge, gt, eq, ne, lt, le

description

Description for the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

True if alarm evaluation/actioning is enabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

evaluation_periods

Number of periods to evaluate over.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

insufficient_data_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to insufficient-data.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

matching_metadata

Meter should match this resource metadata (key=value) additionally to the meter_name.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

ok_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to ok.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

period

Period (seconds) to evaluate over.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

query

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A list of query factors, each comparing a Sample attribute with a value. Implicitly combined with matching_metadata, if any.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

field

Name of attribute to compare. Names of the form metadata.user_metadata.X or metadata.metering.X are equivalent to what you can address through matching_metadata; the former for Nova meters, the latter for all others. To see the attributes of your Samples, use `ceilometer –debug sample-list`.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

op

Comparison operator.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: le, ge, eq, lt, gt, ne

value

String value with which to compare.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

repeat_actions

False to trigger actions when the threshold is reached AND the alarm’s state has changed. By default, actions are called each time the threshold is reached.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

severity

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Severity of the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “low”.

Allowed values: low, moderate, critical

statistic

Meter statistic to evaluate.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: count, avg, sum, min, max

time_constraints

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Describe time constraints for the alarm. Only evaluate the alarm if the time at evaluation is within this time constraint. Start point(s) of the constraint are specified with a cron expression, whereas its duration is given in seconds.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

duration

Duration for the time constraint.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

start

Start time for the time constraint. A CRON expression property.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cron_expression

timezone

Timezone for the time constraint (eg. ‘Taiwan/Taipei’, ‘Europe/Amsterdam’).

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type timezone

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Aodh::Alarm
    properties:
      alarm_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      comparison_operator: String
      description: String
      enabled: Boolean
      evaluation_periods: Integer
      insufficient_data_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      matching_metadata: {...}
      meter_name: String
      ok_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      period: Integer
      query: [{"value": String, "field": String, "op": String}, {"value": String, "field": String, "op": String}, ...]
      repeat_actions: Boolean
      severity: String
      statistic: String
      threshold: Number
      time_constraints: [{"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, {"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, ...]

OS::Aodh::GnocchiAggregationByMetricsAlarm

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A resource that implements alarm with specified metrics.

A resource that implements alarm which allows to use specified by user metrics in metrics list.

Required Properties

metrics

A list of metric ids.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

threshold

Threshold to evaluate against.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

aggregation_method

The aggregation method to compare to the threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: mean, sum, last, max, min, std, median, first, count

alarm_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to alarm.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

comparison_operator

Operator used to compare specified statistic with threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ge, gt, eq, ne, lt, le

description

Description for the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

True if alarm evaluation/actioning is enabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

evaluation_periods

Number of periods to evaluate over.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

granularity

The time range in seconds.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

insufficient_data_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to insufficient-data.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

ok_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to ok.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

repeat_actions

False to trigger actions when the threshold is reached AND the alarm’s state has changed. By default, actions are called each time the threshold is reached.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

severity

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Severity of the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “low”.

Allowed values: low, moderate, critical

time_constraints

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Describe time constraints for the alarm. Only evaluate the alarm if the time at evaluation is within this time constraint. Start point(s) of the constraint are specified with a cron expression, whereas its duration is given in seconds.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

duration

Duration for the time constraint.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

start

Start time for the time constraint. A CRON expression property.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cron_expression

timezone

Timezone for the time constraint (eg. ‘Taiwan/Taipei’, ‘Europe/Amsterdam’).

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type timezone

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Aodh::GnocchiAggregationByMetricsAlarm
    properties:
      aggregation_method: String
      alarm_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      comparison_operator: String
      description: String
      enabled: Boolean
      evaluation_periods: Integer
      granularity: Integer
      insufficient_data_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      metrics: [Value, Value, ...]
      ok_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      repeat_actions: Boolean
      severity: String
      threshold: Number
      time_constraints: [{"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, {"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, ...]

OS::Aodh::GnocchiAggregationByResourcesAlarm

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A resource that implements alarm as an aggregation of resources alarms.

A resource that implements alarm which uses aggregation of resources alarms with some condition. If state of a system is satisfied alarm condition, alarm is activated.

Required Properties

metric

Metric name watched by the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

query

The query to filter the metrics.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

resource_type

Resource type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

threshold

Threshold to evaluate against.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

aggregation_method

The aggregation method to compare to the threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: mean, sum, last, max, min, std, median, first, count

alarm_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to alarm.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

comparison_operator

Operator used to compare specified statistic with threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ge, gt, eq, ne, lt, le

description

Description for the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

True if alarm evaluation/actioning is enabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

evaluation_periods

Number of periods to evaluate over.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

granularity

The time range in seconds.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

insufficient_data_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to insufficient-data.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

ok_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to ok.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

repeat_actions

False to trigger actions when the threshold is reached AND the alarm’s state has changed. By default, actions are called each time the threshold is reached.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

severity

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Severity of the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “low”.

Allowed values: low, moderate, critical

time_constraints

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Describe time constraints for the alarm. Only evaluate the alarm if the time at evaluation is within this time constraint. Start point(s) of the constraint are specified with a cron expression, whereas its duration is given in seconds.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

duration

Duration for the time constraint.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

start

Start time for the time constraint. A CRON expression property.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cron_expression

timezone

Timezone for the time constraint (eg. ‘Taiwan/Taipei’, ‘Europe/Amsterdam’).

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type timezone

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Aodh::GnocchiAggregationByResourcesAlarm
    properties:
      aggregation_method: String
      alarm_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      comparison_operator: String
      description: String
      enabled: Boolean
      evaluation_periods: Integer
      granularity: Integer
      insufficient_data_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      metric: String
      ok_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      query: String
      repeat_actions: Boolean
      resource_type: String
      severity: String
      threshold: Number
      time_constraints: [{"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, {"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, ...]

OS::Aodh::GnocchiResourcesAlarm

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A resource allowing for the watch of some specified resource.

An alarm that evaluates threshold based on some metric for the specified resource.

Required Properties

metric

Metric name watched by the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

resource_id

Id of a resource.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

resource_type

Resource type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

threshold

Threshold to evaluate against.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

aggregation_method

The aggregation method to compare to the threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: mean, sum, last, max, min, std, median, first, count

alarm_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to alarm.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

comparison_operator

Operator used to compare specified statistic with threshold.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ge, gt, eq, ne, lt, le

description

Description for the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

True if alarm evaluation/actioning is enabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

evaluation_periods

Number of periods to evaluate over.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

granularity

The time range in seconds.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

insufficient_data_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to insufficient-data.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

ok_actions

A list of URLs (webhooks) to invoke when state transitions to ok.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

repeat_actions

False to trigger actions when the threshold is reached AND the alarm’s state has changed. By default, actions are called each time the threshold is reached.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “true”.

severity

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Severity of the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “low”.

Allowed values: low, moderate, critical

time_constraints

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Describe time constraints for the alarm. Only evaluate the alarm if the time at evaluation is within this time constraint. Start point(s) of the constraint are specified with a cron expression, whereas its duration is given in seconds.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

duration

Duration for the time constraint.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name for the time constraint.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

start

Start time for the time constraint. A CRON expression property.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cron_expression

timezone

Timezone for the time constraint (eg. ‘Taiwan/Taipei’, ‘Europe/Amsterdam’).

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type timezone

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Aodh::GnocchiResourcesAlarm
    properties:
      aggregation_method: String
      alarm_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      comparison_operator: String
      description: String
      enabled: Boolean
      evaluation_periods: Integer
      granularity: Integer
      insufficient_data_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      metric: String
      ok_actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      repeat_actions: Boolean
      resource_id: String
      resource_type: String
      severity: String
      threshold: Number
      time_constraints: [{"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, {"description": String, "start": String, "duration": Integer, "name": String, "timezone": String}, ...]

OS::Barbican::CertificateContainer

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for creating barbican certificate container.

A certificate container is used for storing the secrets that are relevant to certificates.

Optional Properties

certificate_ref

Reference to certificate.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

intermediates_ref

Reference to intermediates.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

name

Human-readable name for the container.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

private_key_passphrase_ref

Reference to private key passphrase.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

private_key_ref

Reference to private key.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

Attributes

consumers

The URIs to container consumers.

container_ref

The URI to the container.

secret_refs

The URIs to secrets stored in container.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the container.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Barbican::CertificateContainer
    properties:
      certificate_ref: String
      intermediates_ref: String
      name: String
      private_key_passphrase_ref: String
      private_key_ref: String

OS::Barbican::GenericContainer

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for creating Barbican generic container.

A generic container is used for any type of secret that a user may wish to aggregate. There are no restrictions on the amount of secrets that can be held within this container.

Optional Properties

name

Human-readable name for the container.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

secrets

References to secrets that will be stored in container.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

name

Name of the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

ref

Reference to the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

Attributes

consumers

The URIs to container consumers.

container_ref

The URI to the container.

secret_refs

The URIs to secrets stored in container.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the container.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Barbican::GenericContainer
    properties:
      name: String
      secrets: [{"name": String, "ref": String}, {"name": String, "ref": String}, ...]

OS::Barbican::Order

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource allowing for the generation secret material by Barbican.

The resource allows to generate some secret material. It can be, for example, some key or certificate. The order encapsulates the workflow and history for the creation of a secret. The time to generate a secret can vary depending on the type of secret.

Required Properties

type

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The type of the order.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: key, asymmetric, certificate

Optional Properties

algorithm

The algorithm type used to generate the secret. Required for key and asymmetric types of order.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

bit_length

The bit-length of the secret. Required for key and asymmetric types of order.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

ca_id

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The identifier of the CA to use.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

expiration

The expiration date for the secret in ISO-8601 format.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type expiration

mode

The type/mode of the algorithm associated with the secret information.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Human readable name for the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

pass_phrase

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The passphrase the created key. Can be set only for asymmetric type of order.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

payload_content_type

The type/format the secret data is provided in.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

profile

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The profile of certificate to use.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

request_data

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The content of the CSR. Only for certificate orders.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

request_type

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The type of the certificate request.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: stored-key, simple-cmc, custom

source_container_ref

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The source of certificate request.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.container

subject_dn

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The subject of the certificate request.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

certificate

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The payload of the created certificate, if available.

container_ref

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The URI to the created container.

intermediates

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The payload of the created intermediates, if available.

order_ref

The URI to the order.

private_key

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The payload of the created private key, if available.

public_key

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The payload of the created public key, if available.

secret_ref

The URI to the created secret.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the order.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Barbican::Order
    properties:
      algorithm: String
      bit_length: Integer
      ca_id: String
      expiration: String
      mode: String
      name: String
      pass_phrase: String
      payload_content_type: String
      profile: String
      request_data: String
      request_type: String
      source_container_ref: String
      subject_dn: String
      type: String

OS::Barbican::RSAContainer

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for creating barbican RSA container.

An RSA container is used for storing RSA public keys, private keys, and private key pass phrases.

Optional Properties

name

Human-readable name for the container.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

private_key_passphrase_ref

Reference to private key passphrase.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

private_key_ref

Reference to private key.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

public_key_ref

Reference to public key.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type barbican.secret

Attributes

consumers

The URIs to container consumers.

container_ref

The URI to the container.

secret_refs

The URIs to secrets stored in container.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the container.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Barbican::RSAContainer
    properties:
      name: String
      private_key_passphrase_ref: String
      private_key_ref: String
      public_key_ref: String

OS::Barbican::Secret

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

The resource provides access to the secret/keying stored material.

A secret is a singular item that stored within Barbican. A secret is anything you want it to be; however, the formal use case is a key that you wish to store away from prying eyes. Secret may include private keys, passwords and so on.

Optional Properties

algorithm

The algorithm type used to generate the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

bit_length

The bit-length of the secret.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

expiration

The expiration date for the secret in ISO-8601 format.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type expiration

mode

The type/mode of the algorithm associated with the secret information.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Human readable name for the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

payload

The unencrypted plain text of the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

payload_content_encoding

The encoding format used to provide the payload data.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: base64

payload_content_type

The type/format the secret data is provided in.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: text/plain, application/octet-stream

secret_type

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The type of the secret.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “opaque”.

Allowed values: symmetric, public, private, certificate, passphrase, opaque

Attributes

decrypted_payload

The decrypted secret payload.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the secret.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Barbican::Secret
    properties:
      algorithm: String
      bit_length: Integer
      expiration: String
      mode: String
      name: String
      payload: String
      payload_content_encoding: String
      payload_content_type: String
      secret_type: String

OS::Cinder::EncryptedVolumeType

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource for encrypting a cinder volume type.

A Volume Encryption Type is a collection of settings used to conduct encryption for a specific volume type.

Note that default cinder security policy usage of this resource is limited to being used by administrators only.

Required Properties

provider

The class that provides encryption support. For example, nova.volume.encryptors.luks.LuksEncryptor.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

volume_type

Name or id of volume type (OS::Cinder::VolumeType).

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.vtype

Optional Properties

cipher

The encryption algorithm or mode. For example, aes-xts-plain64.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: aes-xts-plain64, aes-cbc-essiv

control_location

Notional service where encryption is performed For example, front-end. For Nova.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “front-end”.

Allowed values: front-end, back-end

key_size

Size of encryption key, in bits. For example, 128 or 256.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::EncryptedVolumeType
    properties:
      cipher: String
      control_location: String
      key_size: Integer
      provider: String
      volume_type: String

OS::Cinder::QoSAssociation

Note

Available since 8.0.0 (Ocata)

A resource to associate cinder QoS specs with volume types.

Usage of this resource restricted to admins only by default policy.

Required Properties

qos_specs

ID or Name of the QoS specs.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.qos_specs

volume_types

List of volume type IDs or Names to be attached to QoS specs.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

A volume type to attach specs.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.vtype

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::QoSAssociation
    properties:
      qos_specs: String
      volume_types: [String, String, ...]

OS::Cinder::QoSSpecs

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource for creating cinder QoS specs.

Users can ask for a specific volume type. Part of that volume type is a string that defines the QoS of the volume IO (fast, normal, or slow). Backends that can handle all of the demands of the volume type become candidates for scheduling. Usage of this resource restricted to admins only by default policy.

Required Properties

specs

The specs key and value pairs of the QoS.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

name

Name of the QoS.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::QoSSpecs
    properties:
      name: String
      specs: {...}

OS::Cinder::Quota

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource for creating cinder quotas.

Cinder Quota is used to manage operational limits for projects. Currently, this resource can manage Cinder’s gigabytes, snapshots, and volumes quotas.

Note that default cinder security policy usage of this resource is limited to being used by administrators only. Administrators should be careful to create only one Cinder Quota resource per project, otherwise it will be hard for them to manage the quota properly.

Required Properties

project

OpenStack Keystone Project.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

Optional Properties

gigabytes

Quota for the amount of disk space (in Gigabytes). Setting the value to -1 removes the limit.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least -1.

snapshots

Quota for the number of snapshots. Setting the value to -1 removes the limit.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least -1.

volumes

Quota for the number of volumes. Setting the value to -1 removes the limit.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least -1.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::Quota
    properties:
      gigabytes: Integer
      project: String
      snapshots: Integer
      volumes: Integer

OS::Cinder::Volume

A resource that implements Cinder volumes.

Cinder volume is a storage in the form of block devices. It can be used, for example, for providing storage to instance. Volume supports creation from snapshot, backup or image. Also volume can be created only by size.

Optional Properties

availability_zone

The availability zone in which the volume will be created.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

backup_id

If specified, the backup to create the volume from.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.backup

description

A description of the volume.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

image

If specified, the name or ID of the image to create the volume from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type glance.image

metadata

Key/value pairs to associate with the volume.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

multiattach

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Whether allow the volume to be attached more than once.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

name

A name used to distinguish the volume.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

read_only

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Enables or disables read-only access mode of volume.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

scheduler_hints

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Arbitrary key-value pairs specified by the client to help the Cinder scheduler creating a volume.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

size

The size of the volume in GB. On update only increase in size is supported. This property is required unless property backup_id or source_volid or snapshot_id is specified.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 1.

snapshot_id

If specified, the snapshot to create the volume from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.snapshot

source_volid

If specified, the volume to use as source.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.volume

volume_type

If specified, the type of volume to use, mapping to a specific backend.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.vtype

Attributes

attachments

The list of attachments of the volume.

availability_zone

The availability zone in which the volume is located.

bootable

Boolean indicating if the volume can be booted or not.

created_at

The timestamp indicating volume creation.

display_description

Description of the volume.

display_name

Name of the volume.

encrypted

Boolean indicating if the volume is encrypted or not.

metadata

Key/value pairs associated with the volume.

metadata_values

Key/value pairs associated with the volume in raw dict form.

multiattach

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Boolean indicating whether allow the volume to be attached more than once.

show

Detailed information about resource.

size

The size of the volume in GB.

snapshot_id

The snapshot the volume was created from, if any.

source_volid

The volume used as source, if any.

status

The current status of the volume.

volume_type

The type of the volume mapping to a backend, if any.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::Volume
    properties:
      availability_zone: String
      backup_id: String
      description: String
      image: String
      metadata: {...}
      multiattach: Boolean
      name: String
      read_only: Boolean
      scheduler_hints: {...}
      size: Integer
      snapshot_id: String
      source_volid: String
      volume_type: String

OS::Cinder::VolumeAttachment

Resource for associating volume to instance.

Resource for associating existing volume to instance. Also, the location where the volume is exposed on the instance can be specified.

Required Properties

instance_uuid

The ID of the server to which the volume attaches.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

volume_id

The ID of the volume to be attached.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.volume

Optional Properties

mountpoint

The location where the volume is exposed on the instance. This assignment may not be honored and it is advised that the path /dev/disk/by-id/virtio-<VolumeId> be used instead.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::VolumeAttachment
    properties:
      instance_uuid: String
      mountpoint: String
      volume_id: String

OS::Cinder::VolumeType

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A resource for creating cinder volume types.

Volume type resource allows to define, whether volume, which will be use this type, will public and which projects are allowed to work with it. Also, there can be some user-defined metadata.

Note that default cinder security policy usage of this resource is limited to being used by administrators only.

Required Properties

name

Name of the volume type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

description

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Description of the volume type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

is_public

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Whether the volume type is accessible to the public.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

metadata

The extra specs key and value pairs of the volume type.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

projects

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Projects to add volume type access to. NOTE: This property is only supported since Cinder API V2.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Cinder::VolumeType
    properties:
      description: String
      is_public: Boolean
      metadata: {...}
      name: String
      projects: [String, String, ...]

OS::Designate::Domain

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Heat Template Resource for Designate Domain.

Designate provides DNS-as-a-Service services for OpenStack. So, domain is a realm with an identification string, unique in DNS.

Required Properties

email

Domain email.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Domain name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

Optional Properties

description

Description of domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be no greater than 160.

ttl

Time To Live (Seconds).

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 2147483647.

Attributes

serial

DNS domain serial.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Designate::Domain
    properties:
      description: String
      email: String
      name: String
      ttl: Integer

OS::Designate::Record

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Heat Template Resource for Designate Record.

Designate provides DNS-as-a-Service services for OpenStack. Record is storage unit in DNS. So, DNS name server is a server that stores the DNS records for a domain. Each record has a type and type-specific data.

Required Properties

data

DNS record data, varies based on the type of record. For more details, please refer rfc 1035.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

domain

DNS Domain id or name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type designate.domain

name

Record name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

type

DNS Record type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, SRV, TXT, SPF, NS, PTR, SSHFP, SOA

Optional Properties

description

Description of record.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be no greater than 160.

priority

DNS record priority. It is considered only for MX and SRV types, otherwise, it is ignored.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 0 to 65536.

ttl

Time To Live (Seconds).

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 2147483647.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Designate::Record
    properties:
      data: String
      description: String
      domain: String
      name: String
      priority: Integer
      ttl: Integer
      type: String

OS::Glance::Image

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource managing images in Glance.

A resource provides managing images that are meant to be used with other services.

Required Properties

container_format

Container format of image.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: ami, ari, aki, bare, ova, ovf

disk_format

Disk format of image.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: ami, ari, aki, vhd, vmdk, raw, qcow2, vdi, iso

location

URL where the data for this image already resides. For example, if the image data is stored in swift, you could specify “swift://example.com/container/obj”.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

architecture

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Operating system architecture.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

extra_properties

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Arbitrary properties to associate with the image.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

id

The image ID. Glance will generate a UUID if not specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

is_public

Scope of image accessibility. Public or private. Default value is False means private. Note: The policy setting of glance allows only users with admin roles to create public image by default.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

kernel_id

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

ID of image stored in Glance that should be used as the kernel when booting an AMI-style image.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must match pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]){8}-([0-9a-fA-F]){4}-([0-9a-fA-F]){4}-([0-9a-fA-F]){4}-([0-9a-fA-F]){12}$

min_disk

Amount of disk space (in GB) required to boot image. Default value is 0 if not specified and means no limit on the disk size.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

min_ram

Amount of ram (in MB) required to boot image. Default value is 0 if not specified and means no limit on the ram size.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name for the image. The name of an image is not unique to a Image Service node.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

os_distro

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

The common name of the operating system distribution in lowercase.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

owner

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Owner of the image.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

protected

Whether the image can be deleted. If the value is True, the image is protected and cannot be deleted.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

ramdisk_id

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

ID of image stored in Glance that should be used as the ramdisk when booting an AMI-style image.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must match pattern: ^([0-9a-fA-F]){8}-([0-9a-fA-F]){4}-([0-9a-fA-F]){4}-([0-9a-fA-F]){4}-([0-9a-fA-F]){12}$

tags

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

List of image tags.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Glance::Image
    properties:
      architecture: String
      container_format: String
      disk_format: String
      extra_properties: {...}
      id: String
      is_public: Boolean
      kernel_id: String
      location: String
      min_disk: Integer
      min_ram: Integer
      name: String
      os_distro: String
      owner: String
      protected: Boolean
      ramdisk_id: String
      tags: [Value, Value, ...]

OS::Heat::AccessPolicy

Resource for defining which resources can be accessed by users.

NOTE: Now this resource is actually associated with an AWS user resource, not any OS:: resource though it is registered under the OS namespace below.

Resource for defining resources that users are allowed to access by the DescribeStackResource API.

Required Properties

AllowedResources

Resources that users are allowed to access by the DescribeStackResource API.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::AccessPolicy
    properties:
      AllowedResources: [Value, Value, ...]

OS::Heat::AutoScalingGroup

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

An autoscaling group that can scale arbitrary resources.

An autoscaling group allows the creation of a desired count of similar resources, which are defined with the resource property in HOT format. If there is a need to create many of the same resources (e.g. one hundred sets of Server, WaitCondition and WaitConditionHandle or even Neutron Nets), AutoScalingGroup is a convenient and easy way to do that.

Required Properties

max_size

Maximum number of resources in the group.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

min_size

Minimum number of resources in the group.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

resource

Resource definition for the resources in the group, in HOT format. The value of this property is the definition of a resource just as if it had been declared in the template itself.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

cooldown

Cooldown period, in seconds.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

desired_capacity

Desired initial number of resources.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

rolling_updates

Policy for rolling updates for this scaling group.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{‘min_in_service’: 0, ‘max_batch_size’: 1, ‘pause_time’: 0}”.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of resources to replace at once.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

min_in_service

The minimum number of resources in service while rolling updates are being executed.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches of updates.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

Attributes

current_size

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

The current size of AutoscalingResourceGroup.

outputs

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A map of resource names to the specified attribute of each individual resource that is part of the AutoScalingGroup. This map specifies output parameters that are available once the AutoScalingGroup has been instantiated.

outputs_list

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A list of the specified attribute of each individual resource that is part of the AutoScalingGroup. This list of attributes is available as an output once the AutoScalingGroup has been instantiated.

refs

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A list of resource IDs for the resources in the group.

refs_map

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A map of resource names to IDs for the resources in the group.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::AutoScalingGroup
    properties:
      cooldown: Integer
      desired_capacity: Integer
      max_size: Integer
      min_size: Integer
      resource: {...}
      rolling_updates: {"pause_time": Number, "max_batch_size": Integer, "min_in_service": Integer}

OS::Heat::CloudConfig

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A configuration resource for representing cloud-init cloud-config.

This resource allows cloud-config YAML to be defined and stored by the config API. Any intrinsic functions called in the config will be resolved before storing the result.

This resource will generally be referenced by OS::Nova::Server user_data, or OS::Heat::MultipartMime parts config. Since cloud-config is boot-only configuration, any changes to the definition will result in the replacement of all servers which reference it.

Optional Properties

cloud_config

Map representing the cloud-config data structure which will be formatted as YAML.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

config

The config value of the software config.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::CloudConfig
    properties:
      cloud_config: {...}

OS::Heat::InstanceGroup

An instance group that can scale arbitrary instances.

A resource allowing for the creating number of defined with AWS::AutoScaling::LaunchConfiguration instances. Allows to associate scaled resources with loadbalancer resources.

Required Properties

AvailabilityZones

Not Implemented.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

LaunchConfigurationName

The reference to a LaunchConfiguration resource.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Size

Desired number of instances.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

LoadBalancerNames

List of LoadBalancer resources.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Tags

Tags to attach to this group.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

Key

Tag key.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value

Tag value.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

InstanceList

A comma-delimited list of server ip addresses. (Heat extension).

show

Detailed information about resource.

update_policy

RollingUpdate

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

MaxBatchSize

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

MinInstancesInService

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

PauseTime

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “PT0S”.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::InstanceGroup
    properties:
      AvailabilityZones: [Value, Value, ...]
      LaunchConfigurationName: String
      LoadBalancerNames: [Value, Value, ...]
      Size: Integer
      Tags: [{"Value": String, "Key": String}, {"Value": String, "Key": String}, ...]

OS::Heat::MultipartMime

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

Assembles a collection of software configurations as a multi-part mime.

Parts in the message can be populated with inline configuration or references to other config resources. If the referenced resource is itself a valid multi-part mime message, that will be broken into parts and those parts appended to this message.

The resulting multi-part mime message will be stored by the configs API and can be referenced in properties such as OS::Nova::Server user_data.

This resource is generally used to build a list of cloud-init configuration elements including scripts and cloud-config. Since cloud-init is boot-only configuration, any changes to the definition will result in the replacement of all servers which reference it.

Optional Properties

parts

Parts belonging to this message.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

config

Content of part to attach, either inline or by referencing the ID of another software config resource.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

filename

Optional filename to associate with part.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

subtype

Optional subtype to specify with the type.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

type

Whether the part content is text or multipart.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “text”.

Allowed values: text, multipart

Attributes

config

The config value of the software config.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::MultipartMime
    properties:
      parts: [{"config": String, "type": String, "filename": String, "subtype": String}, {"config": String, "type": String, "filename": String, "subtype": String}, ...]

OS::Heat::None

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Enables easily disabling certain resources via the resource_registry.

It does nothing, but can effectively stub out any other resource because it will accept any properties and return any attribute (as None). Note this resource always does nothing on update (e.g it is not replaced even if a change to the stubbed resource properties would cause replacement).

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::None

OS::Heat::RandomString

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource which generates a random string.

This is useful for configuring passwords and secrets on services. Random string can be generated from specified character sequences, which means that all characters will be randomly chosen from specified sequences, or with some classes, e.g. letterdigits, which means that all character will be randomly chosen from union of ascii letters and digits. Output string will be randomly generated string with specified length (or with length of 32, if length property doesn’t specified).

Optional Properties

character_classes

A list of character class and their constraints to generate the random string from.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[{‘class’: ‘lettersdigits’, ‘min’: 1}]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

class

A character class and its corresponding min constraint to generate the random string from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “lettersdigits”.

Allowed values: lettersdigits, letters, lowercase, uppercase, digits, hexdigits, octdigits

min

The minimum number of characters from this character class that will be in the generated string.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be in the range 1 to 512.

character_sequences

A list of character sequences and their constraints to generate the random string from.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

min

The minimum number of characters from this sequence that will be in the generated string.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be in the range 1 to 512.

sequence

A character sequence and its corresponding min constraint to generate the random string from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

length

Length of the string to generate.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “32”.

The value must be in the range 1 to 512.

salt

Value which can be set or changed on stack update to trigger the resource for replacement with a new random string. The salt value itself is ignored by the random generator.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

value

The random string generated by this resource. This value is also available by referencing the resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::RandomString
    properties:
      character_classes: [{"class": String, "min": Integer}, {"class": String, "min": Integer}, ...]
      character_sequences: [{"sequence": String, "min": Integer}, {"sequence": String, "min": Integer}, ...]
      length: Integer
      salt: String

OS::Heat::ResourceChain

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Creates one or more resources with the same configuration.

The types of resources to be created are passed into the chain through the resources property. One resource will be created for each type listed. Each is passed the configuration specified under resource_properties.

The concurrent property controls if the resources will be created concurrently. If omitted or set to false, each resource will be treated as having a dependency on the resource before it in the list.

Required Properties

resources

The list of resource types to create. This list may contain type names or aliases defined in the resource registry. Specific template names are not supported.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

concurrent

If true, the resources in the chain will be created concurrently. If false or omitted, each resource will be treated as having a dependency on the previous resource in the list.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

resource_properties

Properties to pass to each resource being created in the chain.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

attributes

A map of resource names to the specified attribute of each individual resource.

refs

A list of resource IDs for the resources in the chain.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::ResourceChain
    properties:
      concurrent: Boolean
      resource_properties: {...}
      resources: [Value, Value, ...]

OS::Heat::ResourceGroup

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

Creates one or more identically configured nested resources.

In addition to the refs attribute, this resource implements synthetic attributes that mirror those of the resources in the group. When getting an attribute from this resource, however, a list of attribute values for each resource in the group is returned. To get attribute values for a single resource in the group, synthetic attributes of the form resource.{resource index}.{attribute name} can be used. The resource ID of a particular resource in the group can be obtained via the synthetic attribute resource.{resource index}. Note, that if you get attribute without {resource index}, e.g. [resource, {attribute_name}], you’ll get a list of this attribute’s value for all resources in group.

While each resource in the group will be identically configured, this resource does allow for some index-based customization of the properties of the resources in the group. For example:

resources:
  my_indexed_group:
    type: OS::Heat::ResourceGroup
    properties:
      count: 3
      resource_def:
        type: OS::Nova::Server
        properties:
          # create a unique name for each server
          # using its index in the group
          name: my_server_%index%
          image: CentOS 6.5
          flavor: 4GB Performance

would result in a group of three servers having the same image and flavor, but names of my_server_0, my_server_1, and my_server_2. The variable used for substitution can be customized by using the index_var property.

Required Properties

resource_def

Resource definition for the resources in the group. The value of this property is the definition of a resource just as if it had been declared in the template itself.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

metadata

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Supplied metadata for the resources in the group.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

properties

Property values for the resources in the group.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

type

The type of the resources in the group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

count

The number of resources to create.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 0.

index_var

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A variable that this resource will use to replace with the current index of a given resource in the group. Can be used, for example, to customize the name property of grouped servers in order to differentiate them when listed with nova client.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “%index%”.

The length must be at least 3.

removal_policies

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Policies for removal of resources on update.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Policy to be processed when doing an update which requires removal of specific resources.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

resource_list

List of resources to be removed when doing an update which requires removal of specific resources. The resource may be specified several ways: (1) The resource name, as in the nested stack, (2) The resource reference returned from get_resource in a template, as available via the ‘refs’ attribute. Note this is destructive on update when specified; even if the count is not being reduced, and once a resource name is removed, it’s name is never reused in subsequent updates.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

Attributes

attributes

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A map of resource names to the specified attribute of each individual resource. Requires heat_template_version: 2014-10-16.

refs

A list of resource IDs for the resources in the group.

refs_map

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A map of resource names to IDs for the resources in the group.

removed_rsrc_list

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A list of removed resource names.

show

Detailed information about resource.

update_policy

batch_create

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of resources to create at once.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

rolling_update

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of resources to replace at once.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

min_in_service

The minimum number of resources in service while rolling updates are being executed.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches of updates.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::ResourceGroup
    properties:
      count: Integer
      index_var: String
      removal_policies: [{"resource_list": [Value, Value, ...]}, {"resource_list": [Value, Value, ...]}, ...]
      resource_def: {"type": String, "metadata": {...}, "properties": {...}}

OS::Heat::ScalingPolicy

A resource to manage scaling of OS::Heat::AutoScalingGroup.

Note while it may incidentally support AWS::AutoScaling::AutoScalingGroup for now, please don’t use it for that purpose and use AWS::AutoScaling::ScalingPolicy instead.

Resource to manage scaling for OS::Heat::AutoScalingGroup, i.e. define which metric should be scaled and scaling adjustment, set cooldown etc.

Required Properties

adjustment_type

Type of adjustment (absolute or percentage).

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: change_in_capacity, exact_capacity, percent_change_in_capacity

auto_scaling_group_id

AutoScaling group ID to apply policy to.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

scaling_adjustment

Size of adjustment.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

cooldown

Cooldown period, in seconds.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

min_adjustment_step

Minimum number of resources that are added or removed when the AutoScaling group scales up or down. This can be used only when specifying percent_change_in_capacity for the adjustment_type property.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

Attributes

alarm_url

A signed url to handle the alarm.

show

Detailed information about resource.

signal_url

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A url to handle the alarm using native API.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::ScalingPolicy
    properties:
      adjustment_type: String
      auto_scaling_group_id: String
      cooldown: Number
      min_adjustment_step: Integer
      scaling_adjustment: Number

OS::Heat::SoftwareComponent

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource for describing and storing a software component.

This resource is similar to OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig. In contrast to SoftwareConfig which allows for storing only one configuration (e.g. one script), SoftwareComponent allows for storing multiple configurations to address handling of all lifecycle hooks (CREATE, UPDATE, SUSPEND, RESUME, DELETE) for a software component in one place.

This resource is backed by the persistence layer and the API of the SoftwareConfig resource, and only adds handling for the additional ‘configs’ property and attribute.

Required Properties

configs

The list of configurations for the different lifecycle actions of the represented software component.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

actions

Lifecycle actions to which the configuration applies. The string values provided for this property can include the standard resource actions CREATE, DELETE, UPDATE, SUSPEND and RESUME supported by Heat.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[‘CREATE’, ‘UPDATE’]”.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

config

Configuration script or manifest which specifies what actual configuration is performed.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

tool

The configuration tool used to actually apply the configuration on a server. This string property has to be understood by in-instance tools running inside deployed servers.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

inputs

Schema representing the inputs that this software config is expecting.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

default

Default value for the input if none is specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

description

Description of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

replace_on_change

Replace the deployment instead of updating it when the input value changes.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

type

Type of the value of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “String”.

Allowed values: String, Number, CommaDelimitedList, Json, Boolean

options

Map containing options specific to the configuration management tool used by this resource.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

outputs

Schema representing the outputs that this software config will produce.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

error_output

Denotes that the deployment is in an error state if this output has a value.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

name

Name of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

type

Type of the value of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “String”.

Allowed values: String, Number, CommaDelimitedList, Json, Boolean

Attributes

config

The config value of the software config.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::SoftwareComponent
    properties:
      configs: [{"actions": [String, String, ...], "config": String, "tool": String}, {"actions": [String, String, ...], "config": String, "tool": String}, ...]
      inputs: [{"type": String, "description": String, "replace_on_change": Boolean, "name": String, "default": String}, {"type": String, "description": String, "replace_on_change": Boolean, "name": String, "default": String}, ...]
      options: {...}
      outputs: [{"type": String, "description": String, "name": String, "error_output": Boolean}, {"type": String, "description": String, "name": String, "error_output": Boolean}, ...]

OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource for describing and storing software configuration.

The software_configs API which backs this resource creates immutable configs, so any change to the template resource definition will result in a new config being created, and the old one being deleted.

Configs can be defined in the same template which uses them, or they can be created in one stack, and passed to another stack via a parameter.

A config resource can be referenced in other resource properties which are config-aware. This includes the properties OS::Nova::Server user_data, OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment config and OS::Heat::MultipartMime parts config.

Along with the config script itself, this resource can define schemas for inputs and outputs which the config script is expected to consume and produce. Inputs and outputs are optional and will map to concepts which are specific to the configuration tool being used.

Optional Properties

config

Configuration script or manifest which specifies what actual configuration is performed.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

group

Namespace to group this software config by when delivered to a server. This may imply what configuration tool is going to perform the configuration.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “Heat::Ungrouped”.

inputs

Schema representing the inputs that this software config is expecting.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

default

Default value for the input if none is specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

description

Description of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

replace_on_change

Replace the deployment instead of updating it when the input value changes.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

type

Type of the value of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “String”.

Allowed values: String, Number, CommaDelimitedList, Json, Boolean

options

Map containing options specific to the configuration management tool used by this resource.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

outputs

Schema representing the outputs that this software config will produce.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

error_output

Denotes that the deployment is in an error state if this output has a value.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

name

Name of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

type

Type of the value of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “String”.

Allowed values: String, Number, CommaDelimitedList, Json, Boolean

Attributes

config

The config value of the software config.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig
    properties:
      config: String
      group: String
      inputs: [{"type": String, "description": String, "replace_on_change": Boolean, "name": String, "default": String}, {"type": String, "description": String, "replace_on_change": Boolean, "name": String, "default": String}, ...]
      options: {...}
      outputs: [{"type": String, "description": String, "name": String, "error_output": Boolean}, {"type": String, "description": String, "name": String, "error_output": Boolean}, ...]

OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

This resource associates a server with some configuration.

The configuration is to be deployed to that server.

A deployment allows input values to be specified which map to the inputs schema defined in the config resource. These input values are interpreted by the configuration tool in a tool-specific manner.

Whenever this resource goes to an IN_PROGRESS state, it creates an ephemeral config that includes the inputs values plus a number of extra inputs which have names prefixed with deploy_. The extra inputs relate to the current state of the stack, along with the information and credentials required to signal back the deployment results.

Unless signal_transport=NO_SIGNAL, this resource will remain in an IN_PROGRESS state until the server signals it with the output values for that deployment. Those output values are then available as resource attributes, along with the default attributes deploy_stdout, deploy_stderr and deploy_status_code.

Specifying actions other than the default CREATE and UPDATE will result in the deployment being triggered in those actions. For example this would allow cleanup configuration to be performed during actions SUSPEND and DELETE. A config could be designed to only work with some specific actions, or a config can read the value of the deploy_action input to allow conditional logic to perform different configuration for different actions.

Required Properties

server

ID of resource to apply configuration to. Normally this should be a Nova server ID.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

actions

Which lifecycle actions of the deployment resource will result in this deployment being triggered.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[‘CREATE’, ‘UPDATE’]”.

Allowed values: CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, SUSPEND, RESUME

config

ID of software configuration resource to execute when applying to the server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input_values

Input values to apply to the software configuration on this server.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name of the derived config associated with this deployment. This is used to apply a sort order to the list of configurations currently deployed to a server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

signal_transport

How the server should signal to heat with the deployment output values. CFN_SIGNAL will allow an HTTP POST to a CFN keypair signed URL. TEMP_URL_SIGNAL will create a Swift TempURL to be signaled via HTTP PUT. HEAT_SIGNAL will allow calls to the Heat API resource-signal using the provided keystone credentials. ZAQAR_SIGNAL will create a dedicated zaqar queue to be signaled using the provided keystone credentials. NO_SIGNAL will result in the resource going to the COMPLETE state without waiting for any signal.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “CFN_SIGNAL”.

Allowed values: CFN_SIGNAL, TEMP_URL_SIGNAL, HEAT_SIGNAL, NO_SIGNAL, ZAQAR_SIGNAL

Attributes

deploy_status_code

Returned status code from the configuration execution.

deploy_stderr

Captured stderr from the configuration execution.

deploy_stdout

Captured stdout from the configuration execution.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment
    properties:
      actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      config: String
      input_values: {...}
      name: String
      server: String
      signal_transport: String

OS::Heat::SoftwareDeploymentGroup

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

This resource associates a group of servers with some configuration.

The configuration is to be deployed to all servers in the group.

The properties work in a similar way to OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment, and in addition to the attributes documented, you may pass any attribute supported by OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment, including those exposing arbitrary outputs, and return a map of deployment names to the specified attribute.

Required Properties

servers

A map of names and server IDs to apply configuration to. The name is arbitrary and is used as the Heat resource name for the corresponding deployment.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

actions

Which lifecycle actions of the deployment resource will result in this deployment being triggered.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[‘CREATE’, ‘UPDATE’]”.

Allowed values: CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, SUSPEND, RESUME

config

ID of software configuration resource to execute when applying to the server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input_values

Input values to apply to the software configuration on this server.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name of the derived config associated with this deployment. This is used to apply a sort order to the list of configurations currently deployed to a server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

signal_transport

How the server should signal to heat with the deployment output values. CFN_SIGNAL will allow an HTTP POST to a CFN keypair signed URL. TEMP_URL_SIGNAL will create a Swift TempURL to be signaled via HTTP PUT. HEAT_SIGNAL will allow calls to the Heat API resource-signal using the provided keystone credentials. ZAQAR_SIGNAL will create a dedicated zaqar queue to be signaled using the provided keystone credentials. NO_SIGNAL will result in the resource going to the COMPLETE state without waiting for any signal.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “CFN_SIGNAL”.

Allowed values: CFN_SIGNAL, TEMP_URL_SIGNAL, HEAT_SIGNAL, NO_SIGNAL, ZAQAR_SIGNAL

Attributes

deploy_status_codes

A map of Nova names and returned status code from the configuration execution.

deploy_stderrs

A map of Nova names and captured stderrs from the configuration execution to each server.

deploy_stdouts

A map of Nova names and captured stdouts from the configuration execution to each server.

show

Detailed information about resource.

update_policy

batch_create

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of resources to create at once.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

rolling_update

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of deployments to replace at once.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches of updates.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::SoftwareDeploymentGroup
    properties:
      actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      config: String
      input_values: {...}
      name: String
      servers: {...}
      signal_transport: String

OS::Heat::Stack

A Resource representing a stack.

A resource that allowing for the creating stack, where should be defined stack template in HOT format, parameters (if template has any parameters with no default value), and timeout of creating. After creating current stack will have remote stack.

Required Properties

template

Template that specifies the stack to be created as a resource.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

context

Context for this stack.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

region_name

Region name in which this stack will be created.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

parameters

Set of parameters passed to this stack.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

timeout

Number of minutes to wait for this stack creation.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

outputs

A dict of key-value pairs output from the stack.

show

Detailed information about resource.

stack_name

Name of the stack.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::Stack
    properties:
      context: {"region_name": String}
      parameters: {...}
      template: String
      timeout: Integer

OS::Heat::StructuredConfig

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource which has same logic with OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig.

This resource is like OS::Heat::SoftwareConfig except that the config property is represented by a Map rather than a String.

This is useful for configuration tools which use YAML or JSON as their configuration syntax. The resulting configuration is transferred, stored and returned by the software_configs API as parsed JSON.

Optional Properties

config

Map representing the configuration data structure which will be serialized to JSON format.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

group

Namespace to group this software config by when delivered to a server. This may imply what configuration tool is going to perform the configuration.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “Heat::Ungrouped”.

inputs

Schema representing the inputs that this software config is expecting.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

default

Default value for the input if none is specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

description

Description of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

replace_on_change

Replace the deployment instead of updating it when the input value changes.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

type

Type of the value of the input.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “String”.

Allowed values: String, Number, CommaDelimitedList, Json, Boolean

options

Map containing options specific to the configuration management tool used by this resource.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

outputs

Schema representing the outputs that this software config will produce.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

description

Description of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

error_output

Denotes that the deployment is in an error state if this output has a value.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

name

Name of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

type

Type of the value of the output.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “String”.

Allowed values: String, Number, CommaDelimitedList, Json, Boolean

Attributes

config

The config value of the software config.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::StructuredConfig
    properties:
      config: {...}
      group: String
      inputs: [{"type": String, "description": String, "replace_on_change": Boolean, "name": String, "default": String}, {"type": String, "description": String, "replace_on_change": Boolean, "name": String, "default": String}, ...]
      options: {...}
      outputs: [{"type": String, "description": String, "name": String, "error_output": Boolean}, {"type": String, "description": String, "name": String, "error_output": Boolean}, ...]

OS::Heat::StructuredDeployment

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource which has same logic with OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment.

A deployment resource like OS::Heat::SoftwareDeployment, but which performs input value substitution on the config defined by a OS::Heat::StructuredConfig resource.

Some configuration tools have no concept of inputs, so the input value substitution needs to occur in the deployment resource. An example of this is the JSON metadata consumed by the cfn-init tool.

Where the config contains {get_input: input_name} this will be substituted with the value of input_name in this resource’s input_values. If get_input needs to be passed through to the substituted configuration then a different input_key property value can be specified.

Required Properties

server

ID of resource to apply configuration to. Normally this should be a Nova server ID.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

actions

Which lifecycle actions of the deployment resource will result in this deployment being triggered.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[‘CREATE’, ‘UPDATE’]”.

Allowed values: CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, SUSPEND, RESUME

config

ID of software configuration resource to execute when applying to the server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input_key

Name of key to use for substituting inputs during deployment.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “get_input”.

input_values

Input values to apply to the software configuration on this server.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input_values_validate

Perform a check on the input values passed to verify that each required input has a corresponding value. When the property is set to STRICT and no value is passed, an exception is raised.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “LAX”.

Allowed values: LAX, STRICT

name

Name of the derived config associated with this deployment. This is used to apply a sort order to the list of configurations currently deployed to a server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

signal_transport

How the server should signal to heat with the deployment output values. CFN_SIGNAL will allow an HTTP POST to a CFN keypair signed URL. TEMP_URL_SIGNAL will create a Swift TempURL to be signaled via HTTP PUT. HEAT_SIGNAL will allow calls to the Heat API resource-signal using the provided keystone credentials. ZAQAR_SIGNAL will create a dedicated zaqar queue to be signaled using the provided keystone credentials. NO_SIGNAL will result in the resource going to the COMPLETE state without waiting for any signal.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “CFN_SIGNAL”.

Allowed values: CFN_SIGNAL, TEMP_URL_SIGNAL, HEAT_SIGNAL, NO_SIGNAL, ZAQAR_SIGNAL

Attributes

deploy_status_code

Returned status code from the configuration execution.

deploy_stderr

Captured stderr from the configuration execution.

deploy_stdout

Captured stdout from the configuration execution.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::StructuredDeployment
    properties:
      actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      config: String
      input_key: String
      input_values: {...}
      input_values_validate: String
      name: String
      server: String
      signal_transport: String

OS::Heat::StructuredDeploymentGroup

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

This resource associates a group of servers with some configuration.

This resource works similar as OS::Heat::SoftwareDeploymentGroup, but for structured resources.

Required Properties

servers

A map of names and server IDs to apply configuration to. The name is arbitrary and is used as the Heat resource name for the corresponding deployment.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

actions

Which lifecycle actions of the deployment resource will result in this deployment being triggered.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[‘CREATE’, ‘UPDATE’]”.

Allowed values: CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, SUSPEND, RESUME

config

ID of software configuration resource to execute when applying to the server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input_key

Name of key to use for substituting inputs during deployment.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “get_input”.

input_values

Input values to apply to the software configuration on this server.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input_values_validate

Perform a check on the input values passed to verify that each required input has a corresponding value. When the property is set to STRICT and no value is passed, an exception is raised.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “LAX”.

Allowed values: LAX, STRICT

name

Name of the derived config associated with this deployment. This is used to apply a sort order to the list of configurations currently deployed to a server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

signal_transport

How the server should signal to heat with the deployment output values. CFN_SIGNAL will allow an HTTP POST to a CFN keypair signed URL. TEMP_URL_SIGNAL will create a Swift TempURL to be signaled via HTTP PUT. HEAT_SIGNAL will allow calls to the Heat API resource-signal using the provided keystone credentials. ZAQAR_SIGNAL will create a dedicated zaqar queue to be signaled using the provided keystone credentials. NO_SIGNAL will result in the resource going to the COMPLETE state without waiting for any signal.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “CFN_SIGNAL”.

Allowed values: CFN_SIGNAL, TEMP_URL_SIGNAL, HEAT_SIGNAL, NO_SIGNAL, ZAQAR_SIGNAL

Attributes

deploy_status_codes

A map of Nova names and returned status code from the configuration execution.

deploy_stderrs

A map of Nova names and captured stderrs from the configuration execution to each server.

deploy_stdouts

A map of Nova names and captured stdouts from the configuration execution to each server.

show

Detailed information about resource.

update_policy

batch_create

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of resources to create at once.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

rolling_update

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

max_batch_size

The maximum number of deployments to replace at once.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

pause_time

The number of seconds to wait between batches of updates.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::StructuredDeploymentGroup
    properties:
      actions: [Value, Value, ...]
      config: String
      input_key: String
      input_values: {...}
      input_values_validate: String
      name: String
      servers: {...}
      signal_transport: String

OS::Heat::SwiftSignal

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Resource for handling signals received by SwiftSignalHandle.

This resource handles signals received by SwiftSignalHandle and is same as WaitCondition resource.

Required Properties

handle

URL of TempURL where resource will signal completion and optionally upload data.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

timeout

The maximum number of seconds to wait for the resource to signal completion. Once the timeout is reached, creation of the signal resource will fail.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 43200.

Optional Properties

count

The number of success signals that must be received before the stack creation process continues.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be in the range 1 to 1000.

Attributes

data

JSON data that was uploaded via the SwiftSignalHandle.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::SwiftSignal
    properties:
      count: Integer
      handle: String
      timeout: Number

OS::Heat::SwiftSignalHandle

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Resource for managing signals from Swift resources.

This resource is same as WaitConditionHandle, but designed for using by Swift resources.

Attributes

curl_cli

Convenience attribute, provides curl CLI command prefix, which can be used for signalling handle completion or failure. You can signal success by adding –data-binary ‘{“status”: “SUCCESS”}’ , or signal failure by adding –data-binary ‘{“status”: “FAILURE”}’.

endpoint

Endpoint/url which can be used for signalling handle.

show

Detailed information about resource.

token

Tokens are not needed for Swift TempURLs. This attribute is being kept for compatibility with the OS::Heat::WaitConditionHandle resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::SwiftSignalHandle

OS::Heat::TestResource

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource which stores the string value that was provided.

This resource is to be used only for testing. It has control knobs such as ‘update_replace’, ‘fail’, ‘wait_secs’.

Optional Properties

action_wait_secs

Options for simulating waiting.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

create

Seconds to wait after a create. Defaults to the global wait_secs.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

delete

Seconds to wait after a delete. Defaults to the global wait_secs.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

update

Seconds to wait after an update. Defaults to the global wait_secs.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

attr_wait_secs

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Number value for timeout during resolving output value.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

client_name

Client to poll.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

constraint_prop_secs

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Number value for delay during resolve constraint.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

Value must be of type test_constr

entity_name

Client entity to poll.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

fail

Value which can be set to fail the resource operation to test failure scenarios.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

update_replace

Value which can be set to trigger update replace for the particular resource.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

update_replace_value

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Some value that can be stored but can not be updated.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

value

The input string to be stored.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “test_string”.

wait_secs

Seconds to wait after an action (-1 is infinite).

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

Attributes

output

The string that was stored. This value is also available by referencing the resource.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::TestResource
    properties:
      action_wait_secs: {"update": Number, "create": Number, "delete": Number}
      attr_wait_secs: Number
      client_name: String
      constraint_prop_secs: Number
      entity_name: String
      fail: Boolean
      update_replace: Boolean
      update_replace_value: String
      value: String
      wait_secs: Number

OS::Heat::UpdateWaitConditionHandle

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

WaitConditionHandle that clears signals and changes handle on update.

This works identically to a regular WaitConditionHandle, except that on update it clears all signals received and changes the handle. Using this handle means that you must setup the signal senders to send their signals again any time the update handle changes. This allows us to roll out new configurations and be confident that they are rolled out once UPDATE COMPLETE is reached.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::UpdateWaitConditionHandle

OS::Heat::Value

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource which exposes its value property as an attribute.

This is useful for exposing a value that is a simple manipulation of other template parameters and/or other resources.

Required Properties

value

The expression to generate the “value” attribute.

Any value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

type

The type of the “value” property.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: string, number, comma_delimited_list, json, boolean

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

value

The value generated by this resource’s properties “value” expression, with type determined from the properties “type”.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::Value
    properties:
      type: String
      value: Any

OS::Heat::WaitCondition

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Resource for handling signals received by WaitConditionHandle.

Resource takes WaitConditionHandle and starts to create. Resource is in CREATE_IN_PROGRESS status until WaitConditionHandle doesn’t receive sufficient number of successful signals (this number can be specified with count property) and successfully creates after that, or fails due to timeout.

Required Properties

handle

A reference to the wait condition handle used to signal this wait condition.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

timeout

The number of seconds to wait for the correct number of signals to arrive.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 43200.

Optional Properties

count

The number of success signals that must be received before the stack creation process continues.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

Attributes

data

JSON string containing data associated with wait condition signals sent to the handle.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::WaitCondition
    properties:
      count: Integer
      handle: String
      timeout: Number

OS::Heat::WaitConditionHandle

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Resource for managing instance signals.

The main points of this resource are:
  • have no dependencies (so the instance can reference it).
  • create credentials to allow for signalling from the instance.
  • handle signals from the instance, validate and store result.

Optional Properties

signal_transport

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

How the client will signal the wait condition. CFN_SIGNAL will allow an HTTP POST to a CFN keypair signed URL. TEMP_URL_SIGNAL will create a Swift TempURL to be signalled via HTTP PUT. HEAT_SIGNAL will allow calls to the Heat API resource-signal using the provided keystone credentials. ZAQAR_SIGNAL will create a dedicated zaqar queue to be signalled using the provided keystone credentials. TOKEN_SIGNAL will allow and HTTP POST to a Heat API endpoint with the provided keystone token. NO_SIGNAL will result in the resource going to a signalled state without waiting for any signal.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “TOKEN_SIGNAL”.

Allowed values: CFN_SIGNAL, TEMP_URL_SIGNAL, HEAT_SIGNAL, NO_SIGNAL, ZAQAR_SIGNAL, TOKEN_SIGNAL

Attributes

curl_cli

Convenience attribute, provides curl CLI command prefix, which can be used for signalling handle completion or failure when signal_transport is set to TOKEN_SIGNAL. You can signal success by adding –data-binary ‘{“status”: “SUCCESS”}’ , or signal failure by adding –data-binary ‘{“status”: “FAILURE”}’. This attribute is set to None for all other signal transports.

endpoint

Endpoint/url which can be used for signalling handle when signal_transport is set to TOKEN_SIGNAL. None for all other signal transports.

show

Detailed information about resource.

signal

JSON serialized map that includes the endpoint, token and/or other attributes the client must use for signalling this handle. The contents of this map depend on the type of signal selected in the signal_transport property.

token

Token for stack-user which can be used for signalling handle when signal_transport is set to TOKEN_SIGNAL. None for all other signal transports.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Heat::WaitConditionHandle
    properties:
      signal_transport: String

OS::Keystone::Endpoint

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone Service Endpoint.

Keystone endpoint is just the URL that can be used for accessing a service within OpenStack. Endpoint can be accessed by admin, by services or public, i.e. everyone can use this endpoint.

Required Properties

interface

Interface type of keystone service endpoint.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: public, internal, admin

service

Name or Id of keystone service.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.service

url

URL of keystone service endpoint.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

enabled

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

This endpoint is enabled or disabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

name

Name of keystone endpoint.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

region

Name or Id of keystone region.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.region

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::Endpoint
    properties:
      enabled: Boolean
      interface: String
      name: String
      region: String
      service: String
      url: String

OS::Keystone::Group

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone Group.

Groups are a container representing a collection of users. A group itself must be owned by a specific domain, and hence all group names are not globally unique, but only unique to their domain.

Optional Properties

description

Description of keystone group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

domain

Name or id of keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “default”.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

name

Name of keystone group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

roles

List of role assignments.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map between role with either project or domain.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

domain

Keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

project

Keystone project.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

role

Keystone role.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.role

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::Group
    properties:
      description: String
      domain: String
      name: String
      roles: [{"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, {"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, ...]

OS::Keystone::GroupRoleAssignment

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Resource for granting roles to a group.

Resource for specifying groups and their’s roles.

Required Properties

group

Name or id of keystone group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.group

Optional Properties

roles

List of role assignments.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map between role with either project or domain.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

domain

Keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

project

Keystone project.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

role

Keystone role.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.role

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::GroupRoleAssignment
    properties:
      group: String
      roles: [{"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, {"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, ...]

OS::Keystone::Project

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone Project.

Projects represent the base unit of ownership in OpenStack, in that all resources in OpenStack should be owned by a specific project. A project itself must be owned by a specific domain, and hence all project names are not globally unique, but unique to their domain. If the domain for a project is not specified, then it is added to the default domain.

Optional Properties

description

Description of keystone project.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

domain

Name or id of keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “default”.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

enabled

This project is enabled or disabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

name

Name of keystone project.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

parent

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The name or ID of parent of this keystone project in hierarchy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::Project
    properties:
      description: String
      domain: String
      enabled: Boolean
      name: String
      parent: String

OS::Keystone::Region

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone Region.

This plug-in helps to create, update and delete a keystone region. Also it can be used for enable or disable a given keystone region.

Optional Properties

description

Description of keystone region.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

This region is enabled or disabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

id

The user-defined region ID and should unique to the OpenStack deployment. While creating the region, heat will url encode this ID.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

parent_region

If the region is hierarchically a child of another region, set this parameter to the ID of the parent region.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.region

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::Region
    properties:
      description: String
      enabled: Boolean
      id: String
      parent_region: String

OS::Keystone::Role

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone Role.

Roles dictate the level of authorization the end user can obtain. Roles can be granted at either the domain or project level. Role can be assigned to the individual user or at the group level. Role names are globally unique.

Optional Properties

name

Name of keystone role.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::Role
    properties:
      name: String

OS::Keystone::Service

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone Service.

A resource that allows to create new service and manage it by Keystone.

Required Properties

type

Type of keystone Service.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

description

Description of keystone service.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

This service is enabled or disabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

name

Name of keystone service.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::Service
    properties:
      description: String
      enabled: Boolean
      name: String
      type: String

OS::Keystone::User

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Heat Template Resource for Keystone User.

Users represent an individual API consumer. A user itself must be owned by a specific domain, and hence all user names are not globally unique, but only unique to their domain.

Optional Properties

default_project

Default project of keystone user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

description

Description of keystone user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

domain

Name of keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “default”.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

email

Email address of keystone user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

Keystone user is enabled or disabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

groups

Keystone user groups.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Keystone user group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.group

name

Name of keystone user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

password

Password of keystone user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

roles

List of role assignments.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map between role with either project or domain.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

domain

Keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

project

Keystone project.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

role

Keystone role.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.role

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::User
    properties:
      default_project: String
      description: String
      domain: String
      email: String
      enabled: Boolean
      groups: [String, String, ...]
      name: String
      password: String
      roles: [{"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, {"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, ...]

OS::Keystone::UserRoleAssignment

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty) - Supported versions: keystone v3

Resource for granting roles to a user.

Resource for specifying users and their’s roles.

Required Properties

user

Name or id of keystone user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.user

Optional Properties

roles

List of role assignments.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map between role with either project or domain.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

domain

Keystone domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.domain

project

Keystone project.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

role

Keystone role.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.role

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Keystone::UserRoleAssignment
    properties:
      roles: [{"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, {"role": String, "domain": String, "project": String}, ...]
      user: String

OS::Magnum::Bay

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that creates a Magnum Bay.

This resource creates a Magnum bay, which is a collection of node objects where work is scheduled.

Required Properties

baymodel

The name or ID of the bay model.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type magnum.baymodel

Optional Properties

bay_create_timeout

Timeout for creating the bay in minutes. Set to 0 for no timeout.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

discovery_url

Specifies a custom discovery url for node discovery.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

master_count

The number of master nodes for this bay.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

name

The bay name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

node_count

The node count for this bay.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be at least 1.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Magnum::Bay
    properties:
      bay_create_timeout: Integer
      baymodel: String
      discovery_url: String
      master_count: Integer
      name: String
      node_count: Integer

OS::Magnum::BayModel

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource for the BayModel in Magnum.

BayModel is an object that stores template information about the bay which is used to create new bays consistently.

Required Properties

coe

The Container Orchestration Engine for this bay model.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: kubernetes, swarm, mesos

external_network

The external network to attach the Bay.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

image

The image name or UUID to use as a base image for this baymodel.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type glance.image

keypair

The name or id of the nova ssh keypair.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type nova.keypair

Optional Properties

dns_nameserver

The DNS nameserver address.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

docker_volume_size

The size in GB of the docker volume.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 1.

fixed_network

The fixed network to attach the Bay.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

flavor

The flavor of this bay model.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type nova.flavor

http_proxy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The http_proxy address to use for nodes in bay.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

https_proxy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The https_proxy address to use for nodes in bay.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

labels

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Arbitrary labels in the form of key=value pairs to associate with a baymodel.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

master_flavor

The flavor of the master node for this bay model.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type nova.flavor

name

The bay model name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

network_driver

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The name of the driver used for instantiating container networks. By default, Magnum will choose the pre-configured network driver based on COE type.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

no_proxy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A comma separated list of addresses for which proxies should not be used in the bay.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

public

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Make the baymodel public.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

registry_enabled

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Enable the docker registry in the bay.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

tls_disabled

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Disable TLS in the bay.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

volume_driver

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

The volume driver name for instantiating container volume.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: cinder, rexray

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Magnum::BayModel
    properties:
      coe: String
      dns_nameserver: String
      docker_volume_size: Integer
      external_network: String
      fixed_network: String
      flavor: String
      http_proxy: String
      https_proxy: String
      image: String
      keypair: String
      labels: {...}
      master_flavor: String
      name: String
      network_driver: String
      no_proxy: String
      public: Boolean
      registry_enabled: Boolean
      tls_disabled: Boolean
      volume_driver: String

OS::Manila::SecurityService

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource that implements security service of Manila.

A security_service is a set of options that defines a security domain for a particular shared filesystem protocol, such as an Active Directory domain or a Kerberos domain.

Required Properties

type

Security service type.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: ldap, kerberos, active_directory

Optional Properties

description

Security service description.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

dns_ip

DNS IP address used inside tenant’s network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

domain

Security service domain.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Security service name.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

password

Password used by user.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

server

Security service IP address or hostname.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

user

Security service user or group used by tenant.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Manila::SecurityService
    properties:
      description: String
      dns_ip: String
      domain: String
      name: String
      password: String
      server: String
      type: String
      user: String

OS::Manila::Share

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource that creates shared mountable file system.

The resource creates a manila share - shared mountable filesystem that can be attached to any client(or clients) that has a network access and permission to mount filesystem. Share is a unit of storage with specific size that supports pre-defined share protocol and advanced security model (access lists, share networks and security services).

Required Properties

share_protocol

Share protocol supported by shared filesystem.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: NFS, CIFS, GlusterFS, HDFS

size

Share storage size in GB.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

access_rules

A list of access rules that define access from IP to Share.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

access_level

Level of access that need to be provided for guest.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ro, rw

access_to

IP or other address information about guest that allowed to access to Share.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

access_type

Type of access that should be provided to guest.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ip, domain

description

Share description.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

is_public

Defines if shared filesystem is public or private.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

metadata

Metadata key-values defined for share.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Share name.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

share_network

Name or ID of shared network defined for shared filesystem.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type manila.share_network

share_type

Name or ID of shared filesystem type. Types defines some share filesystem profiles that will be used for share creation.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type manila.share_type

snapshot

Name or ID of shared file system snapshot that will be restored and created as a new share.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type manila.share_snapshot

Attributes

availability_zone

The availability zone of shared filesystem.

created_at

Datetime when a share was created.

export_locations

Export locations of share.

host

Share host.

project_id

Share project ID.

share_server_id

ID of server (VM, etc...) on host that is used for exporting network file-system.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

Current share status.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Manila::Share
    properties:
      access_rules: [{"access_level": String, "access_type": String, "access_to": String}, {"access_level": String, "access_type": String, "access_to": String}, ...]
      description: String
      is_public: Boolean
      metadata: {...}
      name: String
      share_network: String
      share_protocol: String
      share_type: String
      size: Integer
      snapshot: String

OS::Manila::ShareNetwork

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource that stores network information for share servers.

Stores network information that will be used by share servers, where shares are hosted.

Optional Properties

description

Share network description.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name of the share network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

neutron_network

Neutron network id.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

neutron_subnet

Neutron subnet id.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

nova_network

Nova network id.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type nova.network

security_services

A list of security services IDs or names.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

cidr

CIDR of subnet.

ip_version

Version of IP address.

network_type

The physical mechanism by which the virtual network is implemented.

segmentation_id

VLAN ID for VLAN networks or tunnel-id for GRE/VXLAN networks.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Manila::ShareNetwork
    properties:
      description: String
      name: String
      neutron_network: String
      neutron_subnet: String
      nova_network: String
      security_services: [String, String, ...]

OS::Manila::ShareType

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource for creating manila share type.

A share_type is an administrator-defined “type of service”, comprised of a tenant visible description, and a list of non-tenant-visible key/value pairs (extra_specs) which the Manila scheduler uses to make scheduling decisions for shared filesystem tasks.

Please note that share type is intended to use mostly by administrators. So it is very likely that Manila will prohibit creation of the resource without administration grants.

Required Properties

driver_handles_share_servers

Required extra specification. Defines if share drivers handles share servers.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the share type.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

extra_specs

Extra specs key-value pairs defined for share type.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

is_public

Defines if share type is accessible to the public.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

snapshot_support

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Boolean extra spec that used for filtering of backends by their capability to create share snapshots.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Manila::ShareType
    properties:
      driver_handles_share_servers: Boolean
      extra_specs: {...}
      is_public: Boolean
      name: String
      snapshot_support: Boolean

OS::Mistral::CronTrigger

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource implements Mistral cron trigger.

Cron trigger is an object allowing to run workflow on a schedule. User specifies what workflow with what input needs to be run and also specifies how often it should be run. Pattern property is used to describe the frequency of workflow execution.

Required Properties

workflow

Workflow to execute.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

input

Input values for the workflow.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the workflow.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type mistral.workflow

Optional Properties

count

Remaining executions.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

first_time

Time of the first execution in format “YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM”.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the cron trigger.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

pattern

Cron expression.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cron_expression

Attributes

next_execution_time

Time of the next execution in format “YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS”.

remaining_executions

Number of remaining executions.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Mistral::CronTrigger
    properties:
      count: Integer
      first_time: String
      name: String
      pattern: String
      workflow: {"name": String, "input": {...}}

OS::Mistral::Workflow

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A resource that implements Mistral workflow.

Workflow represents a process that can be described in a various number of ways and that can do some job interesting to the end user. Each workflow consists of tasks (at least one) describing what exact steps should be made during workflow execution.

For detailed description how to use Workflow, read Mistral documentation.

Required Properties

tasks

Dictionary containing workflow tasks.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

action

Name of the action associated with the task. Either action or workflow may be defined in the task.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

description

Task description.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input

Actual input parameter values of the task.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

join

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Allows to synchronize multiple parallel workflow branches and aggregate their data. Valid inputs: all - the task will run only if all upstream tasks are completed. Any numeric value - then the task will run once at least this number of upstream tasks are completed and corresponding conditions have triggered.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

keep_result

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Allowing not to store action results after task completion.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Task name.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

on_complete

List of tasks which will run after the task has completed regardless of whether it is successful or not.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

on_error

List of tasks which will run after the task has completed with an error.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

on_success

List of tasks which will run after the task has completed successfully.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

pause_before

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Defines whether Mistral Engine should put the workflow on hold or not before starting a task.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

publish

Dictionary of variables to publish to the workflow context.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

requires

List of tasks which should be executed before this task. Used only in reverse workflows.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

retry

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Defines a pattern how task should be repeated in case of an error.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

target

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

It defines an executor to which task action should be sent to.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

timeout

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Defines a period of time in seconds after which a task will be failed automatically by engine if hasn’t completed.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

wait_after

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Defines a delay in seconds that Mistral Engine should wait after a task has completed before starting next tasks defined in on-success, on-error or on-complete.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

wait_before

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Defines a delay in seconds that Mistral Engine should wait before starting a task.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

with_items

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

If configured, it allows to run action or workflow associated with a task multiple times on a provided list of items.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

workflow

Name of the workflow associated with the task. Can be defined by intrinsic function get_resource or by name of the referenced workflow, i.e. { workflow: wf_name } or { workflow: { get_resource: wf_name }}. Either action or workflow may be defined in the task.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type mistral.workflow

policies

Note

DEPRECATED since 5.0.0 (Liberty) - Add needed policies directly to the task, Policy keyword is not needed

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Dictionary-like section defining task policies that influence how Mistral Engine runs tasks. Must satisfy Mistral DSL v2.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

type

Workflow type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: direct, reverse

Optional Properties

description

Workflow description.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

input

Dictionary which contains input for workflow.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Workflow name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

output

Any data structure arbitrarily containing YAQL expressions that defines workflow output. May be nested.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

params

Workflow additional parameters. If Workflow is reverse typed, params requires ‘task_name’, which defines initial task.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

task_defaults

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Default settings for some of task attributes defined at workflow level.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

on_complete

List of tasks which will run after the task has completed regardless of whether it is successful or not.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

on_error

List of tasks which will run after the task has completed with an error.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

on_success

List of tasks which will run after the task has completed successfully.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

pause_before

Defines whether Mistral Engine should put the workflow on hold or not before starting a task.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

requires

List of tasks which should be executed before this task. Used only in reverse workflows.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

retry

Defines a pattern how task should be repeated in case of an error.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

timeout

Defines a period of time in seconds after which a task will be failed automatically by engine if hasn’t completed.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

wait_after

Defines a delay in seconds that Mistral Engine should wait after a task has completed before starting next tasks defined in on-success, on-error or on-complete.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

wait_before

Defines a delay in seconds that Mistral Engine should wait before starting a task.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

use_request_body_as_input

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Defines the method in which the request body for signaling a workflow would be parsed. In case this property is set to True, the body would be parsed as a simple json where each key is a workflow input, in other cases body would be parsed expecting a specific json format with two keys: “input” and “params”.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

alarm_url

A signed url to create executions for workflows specified in Workflow resource.

data

A dictionary which contains name and input of the workflow.

executions

List of workflows’ executions, each of them is a dictionary with information about execution. Each dictionary returns values for next keys: id, workflow_name, created_at, updated_at, state for current execution state, input, output.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Mistral::Workflow
    properties:
      description: String
      input: {...}
      name: String
      output: {...}
      params: {...}
      task_defaults: {"on_error": [Value, Value, ...], "wait_after": Integer, "timeout": Integer, "on_success": [Value, Value, ...], "wait_before": Integer, "pause_before": Boolean, "requires": [Value, Value, ...], "retry": {...}, "on_complete": [Value, Value, ...]}
      tasks: [{"on_error": [Value, Value, ...], "workflow": String, "publish": {...}, "policies": {...}, "pause_before": Boolean, "wait_before": Integer, "description": String, "requires": [Value, Value, ...], "retry": {...}, "target": String, "action": String, "wait_after": Integer, "with_items": String, "join": String, "on_success": [Value, Value, ...], "timeout": Integer, "keep_result": Boolean, "name": String, "on_complete": [Value, Value, ...], "input": {...}}, {"on_error": [Value, Value, ...], "workflow": String, "publish": {...}, "policies": {...}, "pause_before": Boolean, "wait_before": Integer, "description": String, "requires": [Value, Value, ...], "retry": {...}, "target": String, "action": String, "wait_after": Integer, "with_items": String, "join": String, "on_success": [Value, Value, ...], "timeout": Integer, "keep_result": Boolean, "name": String, "on_complete": [Value, Value, ...], "input": {...}}, ...]
      type: String
      use_request_body_as_input: Boolean

OS::Monasca::AlarmDefinition

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Note

UNSUPPORTED since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Heat Template Resource for Monasca Alarm definition.

Monasca Alarm definition helps to define the required expression for a given alarm situation. This plugin helps to create, update and delete the alarm definition.

Alarm definitions is necessary to describe and manage alarms in a one-to-many relationship in order to avoid having to manually declare each alarm even though they may share many common attributes and differ in only one, such as hostname.

Required Properties

expression

Expression of the alarm to evaluate.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

actions_enabled

Whether to enable the actions or not.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

alarm_actions

The notification methods to use when an alarm state is ALARM.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Monasca notification.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type monasca.notification

description

Description of the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

match_by

The metric dimensions to match to the alarm dimensions. One or more dimension key names separated by a comma.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

name

Name of the alarm. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

ok_actions

The notification methods to use when an alarm state is OK.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Monasca notification.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type monasca.notification

severity

Severity of the alarm.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “low”.

Allowed values: low, medium, high, critical

undetermined_actions

The notification methods to use when an alarm state is UNDETERMINED.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Monasca notification.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type monasca.notification

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Monasca::AlarmDefinition
    properties:
      actions_enabled: Boolean
      alarm_actions: [String, String, ...]
      description: String
      expression: String
      match_by: [Value, Value, ...]
      name: String
      ok_actions: [String, String, ...]
      severity: String
      undetermined_actions: [String, String, ...]

OS::Monasca::Notification

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Note

UNSUPPORTED since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Heat Template Resource for Monasca Notification.

A resource which is used to notificate if there is some alarm. Monasca Notification helps to declare the hook points, which will be invoked once alarm is generated. This plugin helps to create, update and delete the notification.

Required Properties

address

Address of the notification. It could be a valid email address, url or service key based on notification type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be no greater than 512.

type

Type of the notification.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: email, webhook, pagerduty

Optional Properties

name

Name of the notification. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

period

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Interval in seconds to invoke webhooks if the alarm state does not transition away from the defined trigger state. A value of 0 will disable continuous notifications. This property is only applicable for the webhook notification type and has default period interval of 60 seconds.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: 0, 60

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Monasca::Notification
    properties:
      address: String
      name: String
      period: Integer
      type: String

OS::Neutron::AddressScope

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for Neutron address scope.

This resource can be associated with multiple subnet pools in a one-to-many relationship. The subnet pools under an address scope must not overlap.

Optional Properties

ip_version

Address family of the address scope, which is 4 or 6.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “4”.

Allowed values: 4, 6

name

The name for the address scope.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shared

Whether the address scope should be shared to other tenants. Note that the default policy setting restricts usage of this attribute to administrative users only, and restricts changing of shared address scope to unshared with update.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

tenant_id

The owner tenant ID of the address scope. Only administrative users can specify a tenant ID other than their own.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::AddressScope
    properties:
      ip_version: Integer
      name: String
      shared: Boolean
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::Firewall

A resource for the Firewall resource in Neutron FWaaS.

Resource for using the Neutron firewall implementation. Firewall is a network security system that monitors and controls the incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules.

Required Properties

firewall_policy_id

The ID of the firewall policy that this firewall is associated with.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

Administrative state of the firewall. If false (down), firewall does not forward packets and will drop all traffic to/from VMs behind the firewall.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

description

Description for the firewall.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name for the firewall.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

value_specs

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Extra parameters to include in the request. Parameters are often specific to installed hardware or extensions.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

shared

Note

UNSUPPORTED since 6.0.0 (Mitaka) - There is no such option during 5.0.0, so need to make this property unsupported while it not used.

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Whether this firewall should be shared across all tenants. NOTE: The default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the firewall.

description

Description of the firewall.

firewall_policy_id

Unique identifier of the firewall policy used to create the firewall.

name

Name for the firewall.

shared

Note

UNSUPPORTED since 6.0.0 (Mitaka) - There is no such option during 5.0.0, so need to make this attribute unsupported, otherwise error will raised.

Shared status of this firewall.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the firewall.

tenant_id

Id of the tenant owning the firewall.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::Firewall
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      description: String
      firewall_policy_id: String
      name: String
      value_specs: {...}

OS::Neutron::FirewallPolicy

A resource for the FirewallPolicy resource in Neutron FWaaS.

FirewallPolicy resource is an ordered collection of firewall rules. A firewall policy can be shared across tenants.

Required Properties

firewall_rules

An ordered list of firewall rules to apply to the firewall.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

audited

Whether this policy should be audited. When set to True, each time the firewall policy or the associated firewall rules are changed, this attribute will be set to False and will have to be explicitly set to True through an update operation.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

description

Description for the firewall policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name for the firewall policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shared

Whether this policy should be shared across all tenants.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

Attributes

audited

Audit status of this firewall policy.

description

Description of the firewall policy.

firewall_rules

List of firewall rules in this firewall policy.

name

Name for the firewall policy.

shared

Shared status of this firewall policy.

show

Detailed information about resource.

tenant_id

Id of the tenant owning the firewall policy.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::FirewallPolicy
    properties:
      audited: Boolean
      description: String
      firewall_rules: [Value, Value, ...]
      name: String
      shared: Boolean

OS::Neutron::FirewallRule

A resource for the FirewallRule resource in Neutron FWaaS.

FirewallRule represents a collection of attributes like ports, ip addresses etc. which define match criteria and action (allow, or deny) that needs to be taken on the matched data traffic.

Optional Properties

action

Action to be performed on the traffic matching the rule.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “deny”.

Allowed values: allow, deny

description

Description for the firewall rule.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

destination_ip_address

Destination IP address or CIDR.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

destination_port

Destination port number or a range.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

enabled

Whether this rule should be enabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

ip_version

Internet protocol version.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “4”.

Allowed values: 4, 6

name

Name for the firewall rule.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

protocol

Protocol for the firewall rule.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “any”.

Allowed values: tcp, udp, icmp, any

shared

Whether this rule should be shared across all tenants.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

source_ip_address

Source IP address or CIDR.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

source_port

Source port number or a range.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

action

Allow or deny action for this firewall rule.

description

Description of the firewall rule.

destination_ip_address

Destination ip_address for this firewall rule.

destination_port

Destination port range for this firewall rule.

enabled

Indicates whether this firewall rule is enabled or not.

firewall_policy_id

Unique identifier of the firewall policy to which this firewall rule belongs.

ip_version

Ip_version for this firewall rule.

name

Name for the firewall rule.

position

Position of the rule within the firewall policy.

protocol

Protocol value for this firewall rule.

shared

Shared status of this firewall rule.

show

Detailed information about resource.

source_ip_address

Source ip_address for this firewall rule.

source_port

Source port range for this firewall rule.

tenant_id

Id of the tenant owning the firewall.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::FirewallRule
    properties:
      action: String
      description: String
      destination_ip_address: String
      destination_port: String
      enabled: Boolean
      ip_version: String
      name: String
      protocol: String
      shared: Boolean
      source_ip_address: String
      source_port: String

OS::Neutron::FloatingIP

A resource for managing Neutron floating ips.

Floating IP addresses can change their association between routers by action of the user. One of the most common use cases for floating IPs is to provide public IP addresses to a private cloud, where there are a limited number of IP addresses available. Another is for a public cloud user to have a “static” IP address that can be reassigned when an instance is upgraded or moved.

Required Properties

floating_network

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Network to allocate floating IP from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

Optional Properties

dns_domain

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

DNS domain associated with floating ip.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type dns_domain

dns_name

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

DNS name associated with floating ip.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type rel_dns_name

fixed_ip_address

IP address to use if the port has multiple addresses.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

floating_ip_address

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

IP address of the floating IP. NOTE: The default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

port_id

ID of an existing port with at least one IP address to associate with this floating IP.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.port

value_specs

Extra parameters to include in the “floatingip” object in the creation request. Parameters are often specific to installed hardware or extensions.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

Attributes

fixed_ip_address

IP address of the associated port, if specified.

floating_ip_address

The allocated address of this IP.

floating_network_id

ID of the network in which this IP is allocated.

port_id

ID of the port associated with this IP.

router_id

ID of the router used as gateway, set when associated with a port.

show

Detailed information about resource.

tenant_id

The tenant owning this floating IP.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::FloatingIP
    properties:
      dns_domain: String
      dns_name: String
      fixed_ip_address: String
      floating_ip_address: String
      floating_network: String
      port_id: String
      value_specs: {...}

OS::Neutron::FloatingIPAssociation

A resource for associating floating ips and ports.

This resource allows associating a floating IP to a port with at least one IP address to associate with this floating IP.

Required Properties

floatingip_id

ID of the floating IP to associate.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

port_id

ID of an existing port with at least one IP address to associate with this floating IP.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.port

Optional Properties

fixed_ip_address

IP address to use if the port has multiple addresses.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::FloatingIPAssociation
    properties:
      fixed_ip_address: String
      floatingip_id: String
      port_id: String

OS::Neutron::IKEPolicy

A resource for IKE policy in Neutron.

The Internet Key Exchange policy identifies the authentication and encryption algorithm used during phase one and phase two negotiation of a VPN connection.

Optional Properties

auth_algorithm

Authentication hash algorithm for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “sha1”.

Allowed values: sha1

description

Description for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

encryption_algorithm

Encryption algorithm for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “aes-128”.

Allowed values: 3des, aes-128, aes-192, aes-256

ike_version

Version for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “v1”.

Allowed values: v1, v2

lifetime

Safety assessment lifetime configuration for the ike policy.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

units

Safety assessment lifetime units.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “seconds”.

Allowed values: seconds, kilobytes

value

Safety assessment lifetime value in specified units.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “3600”.

name

Name for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

pfs

Perfect forward secrecy in lowercase for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “group5”.

Allowed values: group2, group5, group14

phase1_negotiation_mode

Negotiation mode for the ike policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “main”.

Allowed values: main

Attributes

auth_algorithm

The authentication hash algorithm used by the ike policy.

description

The description of the ike policy.

encryption_algorithm

The encryption algorithm used by the ike policy.

ike_version

The version of the ike policy.

lifetime

The safety assessment lifetime configuration for the ike policy.

name

The name of the ike policy.

pfs

The perfect forward secrecy of the ike policy.

phase1_negotiation_mode

The negotiation mode of the ike policy.

show

Detailed information about resource.

tenant_id

The unique identifier of the tenant owning the ike policy.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::IKEPolicy
    properties:
      auth_algorithm: String
      description: String
      encryption_algorithm: String
      ike_version: String
      lifetime: {"value": Integer, "units": String}
      name: String
      pfs: String
      phase1_negotiation_mode: String

OS::Neutron::IPsecPolicy

A resource for IPsec policy in Neutron.

The IP security policy specifying the authentication and encryption algorithm, and encapsulation mode used for the established VPN connection.

Optional Properties

auth_algorithm

Authentication hash algorithm for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “sha1”.

Allowed values: sha1

description

Description for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

encapsulation_mode

Encapsulation mode for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “tunnel”.

Allowed values: tunnel, transport

encryption_algorithm

Encryption algorithm for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “aes-128”.

Allowed values: 3des, aes-128, aes-192, aes-256

lifetime

Safety assessment lifetime configuration for the ipsec policy.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

units

Safety assessment lifetime units.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “seconds”.

Allowed values: seconds, kilobytes

value

Safety assessment lifetime value in specified units.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “3600”.

name

Name for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

pfs

Perfect forward secrecy for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “group5”.

Allowed values: group2, group5, group14

transform_protocol

Transform protocol for the ipsec policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “esp”.

Allowed values: esp, ah, ah-esp

Attributes

auth_algorithm

The authentication hash algorithm of the ipsec policy.

description

The description of the ipsec policy.

encapsulation_mode

The encapsulation mode of the ipsec policy.

encryption_algorithm

The encryption algorithm of the ipsec policy.

lifetime

The safety assessment lifetime configuration of the ipsec policy.

name

The name of the ipsec policy.

pfs

The perfect forward secrecy of the ipsec policy.

show

Detailed information about resource.

tenant_id

The unique identifier of the tenant owning the ipsec policy.

transform_protocol

The transform protocol of the ipsec policy.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::IPsecPolicy
    properties:
      auth_algorithm: String
      description: String
      encapsulation_mode: String
      encryption_algorithm: String
      lifetime: {"value": Integer, "units": String}
      name: String
      pfs: String
      transform_protocol: String

OS::Neutron::IPsecSiteConnection

A resource for IPsec site connection in Neutron.

This resource has details for the site-to-site IPsec connection, including the peer CIDRs, MTU, peer address, DPD settings and status.

Required Properties

ikepolicy_id

Unique identifier for the ike policy associated with the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

ipsecpolicy_id

Unique identifier for the ipsec policy associated with the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

peer_address

Remote branch router public IPv4 address or IPv6 address or FQDN.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

peer_cidrs

Remote subnet(s) in CIDR format.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

peer_id

Remote branch router identity.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

psk

Pre-shared key string for the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

vpnservice_id

Unique identifier for the vpn service associated with the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

Administrative state for the ipsec site connection.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

description

Description for the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

dpd

Dead Peer Detection protocol configuration for the ipsec site connection.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

actions

Controls DPD protocol mode.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “hold”.

Allowed values: clear, disabled, hold, restart, restart-by-peer

interval

Number of seconds for the DPD delay.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “30”.

timeout

Number of seconds for the DPD timeout.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “120”.

initiator

Initiator state in lowercase for the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “bi-directional”.

Allowed values: bi-directional, response-only

mtu

Maximum transmission unit size (in bytes) for the ipsec site connection.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1500”.

name

Name for the ipsec site connection.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the ipsec site connection.

auth_mode

The authentication mode of the ipsec site connection.

description

The description of the ipsec site connection.

dpd

The dead peer detection protocol configuration of the ipsec site connection.

ikepolicy_id

The unique identifier of ike policy associated with the ipsec site connection.

initiator

The initiator of the ipsec site connection.

ipsecpolicy_id

The unique identifier of ipsec policy associated with the ipsec site connection.

mtu

The maximum transmission unit size (in bytes) of the ipsec site connection.

name

The name of the ipsec site connection.

peer_address

The remote branch router public IPv4 address or IPv6 address or FQDN.

peer_cidrs

The remote subnet(s) in CIDR format of the ipsec site connection.

peer_id

The remote branch router identity of the ipsec site connection.

psk

The pre-shared key string of the ipsec site connection.

route_mode

The route mode of the ipsec site connection.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the ipsec site connection.

tenant_id

The unique identifier of the tenant owning the ipsec site connection.

vpnservice_id

The unique identifier of vpn service associated with the ipsec site connection.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::IPsecSiteConnection
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      description: String
      dpd: {"actions": String, "interval": Integer, "timeout": Integer}
      ikepolicy_id: String
      initiator: String
      ipsecpolicy_id: String
      mtu: Integer
      name: String
      peer_address: String
      peer_cidrs: [String, String, ...]
      peer_id: String
      psk: String
      vpnservice_id: String

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::HealthMonitor

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource to handle load balancer health monitors.

This resource creates and manages Neutron LBaaS v2 healthmonitors, which watches status of the load balanced servers.

Required Properties

delay

The minimum time in milliseconds between regular connections of the member.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

max_retries

Number of permissible connection failures before changing the member status to INACTIVE.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 10.

pool

ID or name of the load balancing pool.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.pool

timeout

Maximum number of milliseconds for a monitor to wait for a connection to be established before it times out.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

type

One of predefined health monitor types.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: PING, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the health monitor.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

expected_codes

The HTTP status codes expected in response from the member to declare it healthy. Specify one of the following values: a single value, such as 200. a list, such as 200, 202. a range, such as 200-204.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “200”.

http_method

The HTTP method used for requests by the monitor of type HTTP.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “GET”.

Allowed values: GET, HEAD, POST, PUT, DELETE, TRACE, OPTIONS, CONNECT, PATCH

tenant_id

ID of the tenant who owns the health monitor.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

url_path

The HTTP path used in the HTTP request used by the monitor to test a member health. A valid value is a string the begins with a forward slash (/).

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “/”.

Attributes

pools

The list of Pools related to this monitor.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::HealthMonitor
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      delay: Integer
      expected_codes: String
      http_method: String
      max_retries: Integer
      pool: String
      tenant_id: String
      timeout: Integer
      type: String
      url_path: String

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::L7Policy

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource for managing LBaaS v2 L7Policies.

This resource manages Neutron-LBaaS v2 L7Policies, which represent a collection of L7Rules. L7Policy holds the action that should be performed when the rules are matched (Redirect to Pool, Redirect to URL, Reject). L7Policy holds a Listener id, so a Listener can evaluate a collection of L7Policies. L7Policy will return True when all of the L7Rules that belong to this L7Policy are matched. L7Policies under a specific Listener are ordered and the first l7Policy that returns a match will be executed. When none of the policies match the request gets forwarded to listener.default_pool_id.

Required Properties

action

Action type of the policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: REJECT, REDIRECT_TO_POOL, REDIRECT_TO_URL

listener

ID or name of the listener this policy belongs to.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.listener

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the policy.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

description

Description of the policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name of the policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

position

L7 policy position in ordered policies list. This must be an integer starting from 1. If not specified, policy will be placed at the tail of existing policies list.

Number value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 1.

redirect_pool

ID or name of the pool for REDIRECT_TO_POOL action type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.pool

redirect_url

URL for REDIRECT_TO_URL action type. This should be a valid URL string.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

rules

L7Rules associated with this policy.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::L7Policy
    properties:
      action: String
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      description: String
      listener: String
      name: String
      position: Number
      redirect_pool: String
      redirect_url: String

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::L7Rule

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource for managing LBaaS v2 L7Rules.

This resource manages Neutron-LBaaS v2 L7Rules, which represent a set of attributes that defines which part of the request should be matched and how it should be matched.

Required Properties

compare_type

Rule compare type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: REGEX, STARTS_WITH, ENDS_WITH, CONTAINS, EQUAL_TO

l7policy

ID or name of L7 policy this rule belongs to.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

type

Rule type.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: HOST_NAME, PATH, FILE_TYPE, HEADER, COOKIE

value

Value to compare.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the rule.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

invert

Invert the compare type.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

key

Key to compare. Relevant for HEADER and COOKIE types only.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::L7Rule
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      compare_type: String
      invert: Boolean
      key: String
      l7policy: String
      type: String
      value: String

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::Listener

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for managing LBaaS v2 Listeners.

This resource creates and manages Neutron LBaaS v2 Listeners, which represent a listening endpoint for the vip.

Required Properties

loadbalancer

ID or name of the load balancer with which listener is associated.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.loadbalancer

protocol

Protocol on which to listen for the client traffic.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, TERMINATED_HTTPS

protocol_port

TCP or UDP port on which to listen for client traffic.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 65535.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of this listener.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

connection_limit

The maximum number of connections permitted for this load balancer. Defaults to -1, which is infinite.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “-1”.

The value must be at least -1.

default_tls_container_ref

Default TLS container reference to retrieve TLS information.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

description

Description of this listener.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

name

Name of this listener.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

sni_container_refs

List of TLS container references for SNI.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

tenant_id

The ID of the tenant who owns the listener.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

default_pool_id

ID of the default pool this listener is associated to.

loadbalancers

ID of the load balancer this listener is associated to.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::Listener
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      connection_limit: Integer
      default_tls_container_ref: String
      description: String
      loadbalancer: String
      name: String
      protocol: String
      protocol_port: Integer
      sni_container_refs: [Value, Value, ...]
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::LoadBalancer

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for creating LBaaS v2 Load Balancers.

This resource creates and manages Neutron LBaaS v2 Load Balancers, which allows traffic to be directed between servers.

Required Properties

vip_subnet

The name or ID of the subnet on which to allocate the VIP address.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of this Load Balancer.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

description

Description of this Load Balancer.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

name

Name of this Load Balancer.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

provider

Provider for this Load Balancer.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.provider

tenant_id

The ID of the tenant who owns the Load Balancer. Only administrative users can specify a tenant ID other than their own.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type keystone.project

vip_address

IP address for the VIP.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

vip_address

The VIP address of the LoadBalancer.

vip_port_id

The VIP port of the LoadBalancer.

vip_subnet_id

The VIP subnet of the LoadBalancer.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::LoadBalancer
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      description: String
      name: String
      provider: String
      tenant_id: String
      vip_address: String
      vip_subnet: String

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::Pool

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for managing LBaaS v2 Pools.

This resources manages Neutron-LBaaS v2 Pools, which represent a group of nodes. Pools define the subnet where nodes reside, balancing algorithm, and the nodes themselves.

Required Properties

lb_algorithm

The algorithm used to distribute load between the members of the pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: ROUND_ROBIN, LEAST_CONNECTIONS, SOURCE_IP

listener

Listener name or ID to be associated with this pool.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.listener

protocol

Protocol of the pool.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: TCP, HTTP, HTTPS

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of this pool.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

description

Description of this pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

name

Name of this pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

session_persistence

Configuration of session persistence.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

type

Method of implementation of session persistence feature.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: SOURCE_IP, HTTP_COOKIE, APP_COOKIE

Attributes

healthmonitor_id

ID of the health monitor associated with this pool.

listeners

Listener associated with this pool.

members

Members associated with this pool.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::Pool
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      description: String
      lb_algorithm: String
      listener: String
      name: String
      protocol: String
      session_persistence: {"type": String, "cookie_name": String}

OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for managing LBaaS v2 Pool Members.

A pool member represents a single backend node.

Required Properties

address

IP address of the pool member on the pool network.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

pool

Name or ID of the load balancing pool.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.lbaas.pool

protocol_port

Port on which the pool member listens for requests or connections.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 65535.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the pool member.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

subnet

Subnet name or ID of this member.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

weight

Weight of pool member in the pool (default to 1).

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “1”.

The value must be in the range 0 to 256.

Attributes

address

The IP address of the pool member.

pool_id

The ID of the pool to which the pool member belongs.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::LBaaS::PoolMember
    properties:
      address: String
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      pool: String
      protocol_port: Integer
      subnet: String
      weight: Integer

OS::Neutron::MeteringLabel

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource for creating neutron metering label.

The idea is to meter this at the L3 routers levels. The point is to allow operators to configure IP ranges and to assign a label to them. For example we will be able to set two labels; one for the internal traffic, and the other one for the external traffic. Each label will measure the traffic for a specific set of IP range. Then, bandwidth measurement will be sent for each label to the Oslo notification system and could be collected by Ceilometer.

Optional Properties

description

Description of the metering label.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name of the metering label.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

shared

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Whether the metering label should be shared across all tenants.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

Attributes

description

Description of the metering label.

name

Name of the metering label.

shared

Shared status of the metering label.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::MeteringLabel
    properties:
      description: String
      name: String
      shared: Boolean

OS::Neutron::MeteringRule

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource to create rule for some label.

Resource for allowing specified label to measure the traffic for a specific set of ip range.

Required Properties

metering_label_id

The metering label ID to associate with this metering rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

remote_ip_prefix

Indicates remote IP prefix to be associated with this metering rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

direction

The direction in which metering rule is applied, either ingress or egress.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “ingress”.

Allowed values: ingress, egress

excluded

Specify whether the remote_ip_prefix will be excluded or not from traffic counters of the metering label. For example to not count the traffic of a specific IP address of a range.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

Attributes

direction

The direction in which metering rule is applied.

excluded

Exclude state for cidr.

metering_label_id

The metering label ID to associate with this metering rule.

remote_ip_prefix

CIDR to be associated with this metering rule.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::MeteringRule
    properties:
      direction: String
      excluded: Boolean
      metering_label_id: String
      remote_ip_prefix: String

OS::Neutron::Net

A resource for managing Neutron net.

A network is a virtual isolated layer-2 broadcast domain which is typically reserved to the tenant who created it, unless the network has been explicitly configured to be shared.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

A boolean value specifying the administrative status of the network.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

dhcp_agent_ids

The IDs of the DHCP agent to schedule the network. Note that the default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

dns_domain

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

DNS domain associated with this network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type dns_domain

name

A string specifying a symbolic name for the network, which is not required to be unique.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

port_security_enabled

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Flag to enable/disable port security on the network. It provides the default value for the attribute of the ports created on this network.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

qos_policy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The name or ID of QoS policy to attach to this network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.qos_policy

shared

Whether this network should be shared across all tenants. Note that the default policy setting restricts usage of this attribute to administrative users only.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

tenant_id

The ID of the tenant which will own the network. Only administrative users can set the tenant identifier; this cannot be changed using authorization policies.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

value_specs

Extra parameters to include in the request. Parameters are often specific to installed hardware or extensions.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

Attributes

admin_state_up

The administrative status of the network.

mtu

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The maximum transmission unit size(in bytes) for the network.

name

The name of the network.

port_security_enabled

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Port security enabled of the network.

qos_policy_id

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The QoS policy ID attached to this network.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the network.

subnets

Subnets of this network.

tenant_id

The tenant owning this network.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::Net
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      dhcp_agent_ids: [Value, Value, ...]
      dns_domain: String
      name: String
      port_security_enabled: Boolean
      qos_policy: String
      shared: Boolean
      tenant_id: String
      value_specs: {...}

OS::Neutron::NetworkGateway

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

Network Gateway resource in Neutron Network Gateway.

Resource for connecting internal networks with specified devices.

Required Properties

devices

Device info for this network gateway.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

id

The device id for the network gateway.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

interface_name

The interface name for the network gateway.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

connections

Connection info for this network gateway.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

network

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

The internal network to connect on the network gateway.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

segmentation_id

The id for L2 segment on the external side of the network gateway. Must be specified when using vlan.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 0 to 4094.

segmentation_type

L2 segmentation strategy on the external side of the network gateway.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “flat”.

Allowed values: flat, vlan

name

The name of the network gateway.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

default

A boolean value of default flag.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::NetworkGateway
    properties:
      connections: [{"network_id": String, "segmentation_type": String, "network": String, "segmentation_id": Integer}, {"network_id": String, "segmentation_type": String, "network": String, "segmentation_id": Integer}, ...]
      devices: [{"id": String, "interface_name": String}, {"id": String, "interface_name": String}, ...]
      name: String

OS::Neutron::Port

A resource for managing Neutron ports.

A port represents a virtual switch port on a logical network switch. Virtual instances attach their interfaces into ports. The logical port also defines the MAC address and the IP address(es) to be assigned to the interfaces plugged into them. When IP addresses are associated to a port, this also implies the port is associated with a subnet, as the IP address was taken from the allocation pool for a specific subnet.

Required Properties

network

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Network this port belongs to. If you plan to use current port to assign Floating IP, you should specify fixed_ips with subnet. Note if this changes to a different network update, the port will be replaced.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of this port.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

allowed_address_pairs

Additional MAC/IP address pairs allowed to pass through the port.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

ip_address

IP address to allow through this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

mac_address

MAC address to allow through this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type mac_addr

binding:vnic_type

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

The vnic type to be bound on the neutron port. To support SR-IOV PCI passthrough networking, you can request that the neutron port to be realized as normal (virtual nic), direct (pci passthrough), or macvtap (virtual interface with a tap-like software interface). Note that this only works for Neutron deployments that support the bindings extension.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: normal, direct, macvtap

device_id

Device ID of this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

device_owner

Name of the network owning the port. The value is typically network:floatingip or network:router_interface or network:dhcp.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

dns_name

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

DNS name associated with the port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type dns_name

fixed_ips

Desired IPs for this port.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

ip_address

IP address desired in the subnet for this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

subnet

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Subnet in which to allocate the IP address for this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

mac_address

MAC address to give to this port.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type mac_addr

name

A symbolic name for this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

port_security_enabled

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Flag to enable/disable port security on the port. When disable this feature(set it to False), there will be no packages filtering, like security-group and address-pairs.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

qos_policy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The name or ID of QoS policy to attach to this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.qos_policy

security_groups

Security group IDs to associate with this port.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

value_specs

Extra parameters to include in the request.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

replacement_policy

Note

DEPRECATED since 6.0.0 (Mitaka) - Replacement policy used to work around flawed nova/neutron port interaction which has been fixed since Liberty.

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Policy on how to respond to a stack-update for this resource. REPLACE_ALWAYS will replace the port regardless of any property changes. AUTO will update the existing port for any changed update-allowed property.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “AUTO”.

Allowed values: REPLACE_ALWAYS, AUTO

Attributes

admin_state_up

The administrative state of this port.

allowed_address_pairs

Additional MAC/IP address pairs allowed to pass through a port.

device_id

Unique identifier for the device.

device_owner

Name of the network owning the port.

dns_assignment

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

The DNS assigned to this port.

fixed_ips

Fixed IP addresses.

mac_address

MAC address of the port.

name

Friendly name of the port.

network_id

Unique identifier for the network owning the port.

port_security_enabled

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Port security enabled of the port.

qos_policy_id

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The QoS policy ID attached to this port.

security_groups

A list of security groups for the port.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the port.

subnets

A list of all subnet attributes for the port.

tenant_id

Tenant owning the port.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::Port
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      allowed_address_pairs: [{"mac_address": String, "ip_address": String}, {"mac_address": String, "ip_address": String}, ...]
      binding:vnic_type: String
      device_id: String
      device_owner: String
      dns_name: String
      fixed_ips: [{"subnet_id": String, "ip_address": String, "subnet": String}, {"subnet_id": String, "ip_address": String, "subnet": String}, ...]
      mac_address: String
      name: String
      network: String
      port_security_enabled: Boolean
      qos_policy: String
      security_groups: [Value, Value, ...]
      value_specs: {...}

OS::Neutron::ProviderNet

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource for managing Neutron provider networks.

Provider networks specify details of physical realisation of the existing network.

Required Properties

network_type

A string specifying the provider network type for the network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: vlan, flat

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

A boolean value specifying the administrative status of the network.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

name

A string specifying a symbolic name for the network, which is not required to be unique.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

physical_network

A string specifying physical network mapping for the network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

router_external

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Whether the network contains an external router.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

segmentation_id

A string specifying the segmentation id for the network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shared

Whether this network should be shared across all tenants.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the network.

subnets

Subnets of this network.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::ProviderNet
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      name: String
      network_type: String
      physical_network: String
      router_external: Boolean
      segmentation_id: String
      shared: Boolean

OS::Neutron::QoSBandwidthLimitRule

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for Neutron QoS bandwidth limit rule.

This rule can be associated with QoS policy, and then the policy can be used by neutron port and network, to provide bandwidth limit QoS capabilities.

The default policy usage of this resource is limited to administrators only.

Required Properties

max_kbps

Max bandwidth in kbps.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

policy

ID or name of the QoS policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.qos_policy

Optional Properties

max_burst_kbps

Max burst bandwidth in kbps.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

tenant_id

The owner tenant ID of this rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::QoSBandwidthLimitRule
    properties:
      max_burst_kbps: Integer
      max_kbps: Integer
      policy: String
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::QoSDscpMarkingRule

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource for Neutron QoS DSCP marking rule.

This rule can be associated with QoS policy, and then the policy can be used by neutron port and network, to provide DSCP marking QoS capabilities.

The default policy usage of this resource is limited to administrators only.

Required Properties

dscp_mark

DSCP mark between 0 and 56, except 2-6, 42, 44, and 50-54.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: 0, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 46, 48, 56

policy

ID or name of the QoS policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.qos_policy

Optional Properties

tenant_id

The owner tenant ID of this rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::QoSDscpMarkingRule
    properties:
      dscp_mark: Integer
      policy: String
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::QoSPolicy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for Neutron QoS Policy.

This QoS policy can be associated with neutron resources, such as port and network, to provide QoS capabilities.

The default policy usage of this resource is limited to administrators only.

Optional Properties

description

The description for the QoS policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

The name for the QoS policy.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shared

Whether this QoS policy should be shared to other tenants.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

tenant_id

The owner tenant ID of this QoS policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

rules

A list of all rules for the QoS policy.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::QoSPolicy
    properties:
      description: String
      name: String
      shared: Boolean
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::RBACPolicy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A Resource for managing RBAC policy in Neutron.

This resource creates and manages Neutron RBAC policy, which allows to share Neutron networks to subsets of tenants.

Required Properties

action

Action for the RBAC policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

object_id

ID or name of the RBAC object.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

object_type

Type of the object that RBAC policy affects.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

target_tenant

ID of the tenant to which the RBAC policy will be enforced.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

tenant_id

The owner tenant ID. Only required if the caller has an administrative role and wants to create a RBAC for another tenant.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::RBACPolicy
    properties:
      action: String
      object_id: String
      object_type: String
      target_tenant: String
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::Router

A resource that implements Neutron router.

Router is a physical or virtual network device that passes network traffic between different networks.

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the router.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

distributed

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Indicates whether or not to create a distributed router. NOTE: The default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only. This property can not be used in conjunction with the L3 agent ID.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

external_gateway_info

External network gateway configuration for a router.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

enable_snat

Enables Source NAT on the router gateway. NOTE: The default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

external_fixed_ips

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

External fixed IP addresses for the gateway.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

ip_address

External fixed IP address.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

subnet

Subnet of external fixed IP address.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

network

ID or name of the external network for the gateway.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

ha

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Indicates whether or not to create a highly available router. NOTE: The default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only. And now neutron do not support distributed and ha at the same time.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

l3_agent_ids

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

ID list of the L3 agent. User can specify multi-agents for highly available router. NOTE: The default policy setting in Neutron restricts usage of this property to administrative users only.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

The name of the router.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

value_specs

Extra parameters to include in the creation request.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

Attributes

admin_state_up

Administrative state of the router.

external_gateway_info

Gateway network for the router.

name

Friendly name of the router.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the router.

tenant_id

Tenant owning the router.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::Router
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      distributed: Boolean
      external_gateway_info: {"network": String, "enable_snat": Boolean, "external_fixed_ips": [{"ip_address": String, "subnet": String}, {"ip_address": String, "subnet": String}, ...]}
      ha: Boolean
      l3_agent_ids: [String, String, ...]
      name: String
      value_specs: {...}

OS::Neutron::RouterInterface

A resource for managing Neutron router interfaces.

Router interfaces associate routers with existing subnets or ports.

Required Properties

router

The router.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.router

Optional Properties

port

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

The port, either subnet or port should be specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.port

subnet

The subnet, either subnet or port should be specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::RouterInterface
    properties:
      port: String
      router: String
      subnet: String

OS::Neutron::SecurityGroup

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource for managing Neutron security groups.

Security groups are sets of IP filter rules that are applied to an instance’s networking. They are project specific, and project members can edit the default rules for their group and add new rules sets. All projects have a “default” security group, which is applied to instances that have no other security group defined.

Optional Properties

description

Description of the security group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

A string specifying a symbolic name for the security group, which is not required to be unique.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

rules

List of security group rules.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

direction

The direction in which the security group rule is applied. For a compute instance, an ingress security group rule matches traffic that is incoming (ingress) for that instance. An egress rule is applied to traffic leaving the instance.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “ingress”.

Allowed values: ingress, egress

ethertype

Ethertype of the traffic.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “IPv4”.

Allowed values: IPv4, IPv6

port_range_max

The maximum port number in the range that is matched by the security group rule. The port_range_min attribute constrains the port_range_max attribute. If the protocol is ICMP, this value must be an ICMP type.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 0 to 65535.

port_range_min

The minimum port number in the range that is matched by the security group rule. If the protocol is TCP or UDP, this value must be less than or equal to the value of the port_range_max attribute. If the protocol is ICMP, this value must be an ICMP type.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 0 to 65535.

protocol

The protocol that is matched by the security group rule. Valid values include tcp, udp, and icmp.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

remote_group_id

The remote group ID to be associated with this security group rule. If no value is specified then this rule will use this security group for the remote_group_id. The remote mode parameter must be set to “remote_group_id”.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.security_group

remote_ip_prefix

The remote IP prefix (CIDR) to be associated with this security group rule.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

remote_mode

Whether to specify a remote group or a remote IP prefix.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “remote_ip_prefix”.

Allowed values: remote_ip_prefix, remote_group_id

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::SecurityGroup
    properties:
      description: String
      name: String
      rules: [{"remote_group_id": String, "remote_mode": String, "port_range_max": Integer, "port_range_min": Integer, "protocol": String, "ethertype": String, "direction": String, "remote_ip_prefix": String}, {"remote_group_id": String, "remote_mode": String, "port_range_max": Integer, "port_range_min": Integer, "protocol": String, "ethertype": String, "direction": String, "remote_ip_prefix": String}, ...]

OS::Neutron::SecurityGroupRule

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

A resource for managing Neutron security group rules.

Rules to use in security group resource.

Required Properties

security_group

Security group name or ID to add rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.security_group

Optional Properties

description

Description of the security group rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

direction

The direction in which the security group rule is applied. For a compute instance, an ingress security group rule matches traffic that is incoming (ingress) for that instance. An egress rule is applied to traffic leaving the instance.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “ingress”.

Allowed values: ingress, egress

ethertype

Ethertype of the traffic.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “IPv4”.

Allowed values: IPv4, IPv6

port_range_max

The maximum port number in the range that is matched by the security group rule. The port_range_min attribute constrains the port_range_max attribute. If the protocol is ICMP, this value must be an ICMP code.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 0 to 65535.

port_range_min

The minimum port number in the range that is matched by the security group rule. If the protocol is TCP or UDP, this value must be less than or equal to the value of the port_range_max attribute. If the protocol is ICMP, this value must be an ICMP type.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 0 to 65535.

protocol

The protocol that is matched by the security group rule. Allowed values are ah, dccp, egp, esp, gre, icmp, icmpv6, igmp, ipv6-encap, ipv6-frag, ipv6-icmp, ipv6-nonxt, ipv6-opts, ipv6-route, ospf, pgm, rsvp, sctp, tcp, udp, udplite, vrrp and integer representations [0-255].

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “tcp”.

Allowed values: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, ah, dccp, egp, esp, gre, icmp, icmpv6, igmp, ipv6-encap, ipv6-frag, ipv6-icmp, ipv6-nonxt, ipv6-opts, ipv6-route, ospf, pgm, rsvp, sctp, tcp, udp, udplite, vrrp

remote_group

The remote group name or ID to be associated with this security group rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.security_group

remote_ip_prefix

The remote IP prefix (CIDR) to be associated with this security group rule.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::SecurityGroupRule
    properties:
      description: String
      direction: String
      ethertype: String
      port_range_max: Integer
      port_range_min: Integer
      protocol: String
      remote_group: String
      remote_ip_prefix: String
      security_group: String

OS::Neutron::Subnet

A resource for managing Neutron subnets.

A subnet represents an IP address block that can be used for assigning IP addresses to virtual instances. Each subnet must have a CIDR and must be associated with a network. IPs can be either selected from the whole subnet CIDR, or from “allocation pools” that can be specified by the user.

Required Properties

network

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

The ID of the attached network.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

Optional Properties

allocation_pools

The start and end addresses for the allocation pools.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

end

End address for the allocation pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

start

Start address for the allocation pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

cidr

The CIDR.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

dns_nameservers

A specified set of DNS name servers to be used.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

enable_dhcp

Set to true if DHCP is enabled and false if DHCP is disabled.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

gateway_ip

The gateway IP address. Set to any of [ null | ~ | “” ] to create/update a subnet without a gateway. If omitted when creation, neutron will assign the first free IP address within the subnet to the gateway automatically. If remove this from template when update, the old gateway IP address will be detached.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

host_routes

A list of host route dictionaries for the subnet.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

destination

The destination for static route.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

nexthop

The next hop for the destination.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

ip_version

The IP version, which is 4 or 6.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “4”.

Allowed values: 4, 6

ipv6_address_mode

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

IPv6 address mode.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: dhcpv6-stateful, dhcpv6-stateless, slaac

ipv6_ra_mode

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

IPv6 RA (Router Advertisement) mode.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: dhcpv6-stateful, dhcpv6-stateless, slaac

name

The name of the subnet.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

prefixlen

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Prefix length for subnet allocation from subnet pool.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

subnetpool

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The name or ID of the subnet pool.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnetpool

tenant_id

The ID of the tenant who owns the network. Only administrative users can specify a tenant ID other than their own.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

value_specs

Extra parameters to include in the request.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

Attributes

allocation_pools

Ip allocation pools and their ranges.

cidr

CIDR block notation for this subnet.

dns_nameservers

List of dns nameservers.

enable_dhcp

‘true’ if DHCP is enabled for this subnet; ‘false’ otherwise.

gateway_ip

Ip of the subnet’s gateway.

host_routes

Additional routes for this subnet.

ip_version

Ip version for the subnet.

name

Friendly name of the subnet.

network_id

Parent network of the subnet.

show

Detailed information about resource.

tenant_id

Tenant owning the subnet.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::Subnet
    properties:
      allocation_pools: [{"start": String, "end": String}, {"start": String, "end": String}, ...]
      cidr: String
      dns_nameservers: [Value, Value, ...]
      enable_dhcp: Boolean
      gateway_ip: String
      host_routes: [{"nexthop": String, "destination": String}, {"nexthop": String, "destination": String}, ...]
      ip_version: Integer
      ipv6_address_mode: String
      ipv6_ra_mode: String
      name: String
      network: String
      prefixlen: Integer
      subnetpool: String
      tenant_id: String
      value_specs: {...}

OS::Neutron::SubnetPool

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that implements neutron subnet pool.

This resource can be used to create a subnet pool with a large block of addresses and create subnets from it.

Required Properties

prefixes

List of subnet prefixes to assign.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

Optional Properties

address_scope

An address scope ID to assign to the subnet pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.address_scope

default_prefixlen

The size of the prefix to allocate when the cidr or prefixlen attributes are not specified while creating a subnet.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

default_quota

A per-tenant quota on the prefix space that can be allocated from the subnet pool for tenant subnets.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

is_default

Whether this is default IPv4/IPv6 subnet pool. There can only be one default subnet pool for each IP family. Note that the default policy setting restricts administrative users to set this to True.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

max_prefixlen

Maximum prefix size that can be allocated from the subnet pool.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

min_prefixlen

Smallest prefix size that can be allocated from the subnet pool.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name of the subnet pool.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shared

Whether the subnet pool will be shared across all tenants. Note that the default policy setting restricts usage of this attribute to administrative users only.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

tenant_id

The ID of the tenant who owns the subnet pool. Only administrative users can specify a tenant ID other than their own.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::SubnetPool
    properties:
      address_scope: String
      default_prefixlen: Integer
      default_quota: Integer
      is_default: Boolean
      max_prefixlen: Integer
      min_prefixlen: Integer
      name: String
      prefixes: [String, String, ...]
      shared: Boolean
      tenant_id: String

OS::Neutron::VPNService

A resource for VPN service in Neutron.

VPN service is a high level object that associates VPN with a specific subnet and router.

Required Properties

router

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

The router to which the vpn service will be inserted.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.router

subnet

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

Subnet in which the vpn service will be created.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.subnet

Optional Properties

admin_state_up

Administrative state for the vpn service.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

description

Description for the vpn service.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name for the vpn service.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

admin_state_up

The administrative state of the vpn service.

description

The description of the vpn service.

name

The name of the vpn service.

router_id

The unique identifier of the router to which the vpn service was inserted.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

The status of the vpn service.

subnet_id

The unique identifier of the subnet in which the vpn service was created.

tenant_id

The unique identifier of the tenant owning the vpn service.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Neutron::VPNService
    properties:
      admin_state_up: Boolean
      description: String
      name: String
      router: String
      subnet: String

OS::Nova::Flavor

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource for creating OpenStack virtual hardware templates.

Due to default nova security policy usage of this resource is limited to being used by administrators only. The rights may also be delegated to other users by redefining the access controls on the nova-api server.

Note that the current implementation of the Nova Flavor resource does not allow specifying the name and flavorid properties for the resource. This is done to avoid potential naming collision upon flavor creation as all flavor have a global scope.

Required Properties

ram

Memory in MB for the flavor.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

vcpus

Number of VCPUs for the flavor.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

disk

Size of local disk in GB. The “0” size is a special case that uses the native base image size as the size of the ephemeral root volume.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

ephemeral

Size of a secondary ephemeral data disk in GB.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

extra_specs

Key/Value pairs to extend the capabilities of the flavor.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

flavorid

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Unique ID of the flavor. If not specified, an UUID will be auto generated and used.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

is_public

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Scope of flavor accessibility. Public or private. Default value is True, means public, shared across all projects.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

name

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Name of the flavor.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

rxtx_factor

RX/TX factor.

Number value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “1.0”.

swap

Swap space in MB.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

Attributes

extra_specs

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

Extra specs of the flavor in key-value pairs.

is_public

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Whether the flavor is shared across all projects.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::Flavor
    properties:
      disk: Integer
      ephemeral: Integer
      extra_specs: {...}
      flavorid: String
      is_public: Boolean
      name: String
      ram: Integer
      rxtx_factor: Number
      swap: Integer
      vcpus: Integer

OS::Nova::FloatingIP

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource for managing Nova floating IPs.

Floating IP addresses can change their association between instances by action of the user. One of the most common use cases for floating IPs is to provide public IP addresses to a private cloud, where there are a limited number of IP addresses available. Another is for a public cloud user to have a “static” IP address that can be reassigned when an instance is upgraded or moved.

Optional Properties

pool

Allocate a floating IP from a given floating IP pool.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

ip

Allocated floating IP address.

pool

Pool from which floating IP is allocated.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::FloatingIP
    properties:
      pool: String

OS::Nova::FloatingIPAssociation

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource associates Nova floating IP with Nova server resource.

Resource for associating existing Nova floating IP and Nova server.

Required Properties

floating_ip

ID of the floating IP to assign to the server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

server_id

Server to assign floating IP to.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type nova.server

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::FloatingIPAssociation
    properties:
      floating_ip: String
      server_id: String

OS::Nova::HostAggregate

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for further partition an availability zone with hosts.

While availability zones are visible to users, host aggregates are only visible to administrators. Host aggregates started out as a way to use Xen hypervisor resource pools, but has been generalized to provide a mechanism to allow administrators to assign key-value pairs to groups of machines. Each node can have multiple aggregates, each aggregate can have multiple key-value pairs, and the same key-value pair can be assigned to multiple aggregate. This information can be used in the scheduler to enable advanced scheduling, to set up xen hypervisor resources pools or to define logical groups for migration.

Required Properties

availability_zone

Name for the availability zone.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name for the aggregate.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

hosts

List of hosts to join aggregate.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type nova.host

metadata

Arbitrary key/value metadata to store information for aggregate.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::HostAggregate
    properties:
      availability_zone: String
      hosts: [String, String, ...]
      metadata: {...}
      name: String

OS::Nova::KeyPair

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

A resource for creating Nova key pairs.

A keypair is a ssh key that can be injected into a server on launch.

Note that if a new key is generated setting save_private_key to True results in the system saving the private key which can then be retrieved via the private_key attribute of this resource.

Setting the public_key property means that the private_key attribute of this resource will always return an empty string regardless of the save_private_key setting since there will be no private key data to save.

Required Properties

name

The name of the key pair.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be in the range 1 to 255.

Optional Properties

public_key

The optional public key. This allows users to supply the public key from a pre-existing key pair. If not supplied, a new key pair will be generated.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

save_private_key

True if the system should remember a generated private key; False otherwise.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

Attributes

private_key

The private key if it has been saved.

public_key

The public key.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::KeyPair
    properties:
      name: String
      public_key: String
      save_private_key: Boolean

OS::Nova::Server

A resource for managing Nova instances.

A Server resource manages the running virtual machine instance within an OpenStack cloud.

Required Properties

flavor

The ID or name of the flavor to boot onto.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type nova.flavor

Optional Properties

admin_pass

The administrator password for the server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

availability_zone

Name of the availability zone for server placement.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

block_device_mapping

Block device mappings for this server.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

delete_on_termination

Indicate whether the volume should be deleted when the server is terminated.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

device_name

A device name where the volume will be attached in the system at /dev/device_name. This value is typically vda.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

snapshot_id

The ID of the snapshot to create a volume from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.snapshot

volume_id

The ID of the volume to boot from. Only one of volume_id or snapshot_id should be provided.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.volume

volume_size

The size of the volume, in GB. It is safe to leave this blank and have the Compute service infer the size.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

block_device_mapping_v2

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Block device mappings v2 for this server.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

boot_index

Integer used for ordering the boot disks.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

delete_on_termination

Indicate whether the volume should be deleted when the server is terminated.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

device_name

A device name where the volume will be attached in the system at /dev/device_name. This value is typically vda.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

device_type

Device type: at the moment we can make distinction only between disk and cdrom.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: cdrom, disk

disk_bus

Bus of the device: hypervisor driver chooses a suitable default if omitted.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: ide, lame_bus, scsi, usb, virtio

image

Note

Available since 7.0.0 (Newton)

The ID or name of the image to create a volume from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type glance.image

snapshot_id

The ID of the snapshot to create a volume from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.snapshot

swap_size

The size of the swap, in MB.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

volume_id

The volume_id can be boot or non-boot device to the server.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.volume

volume_size

Size of the block device in GB. If it is omitted, hypervisor driver calculates size.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

image_id

Note

DEPRECATED since 7.0.0 (Newton) - Use property image.

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The ID of the image to create a volume from.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type glance.image

config_drive

If True, enable config drive on the server.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

diskConfig

Control how the disk is partitioned when the server is created.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: AUTO, MANUAL

flavor_update_policy

Policy on how to apply a flavor update; either by requesting a server resize or by replacing the entire server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “RESIZE”.

Allowed values: RESIZE, REPLACE

image

The ID or name of the image to boot with.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type glance.image

image_update_policy

Policy on how to apply an image-id update; either by requesting a server rebuild or by replacing the entire server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “REBUILD”.

Allowed values: REBUILD, REPLACE, REBUILD_PRESERVE_EPHEMERAL

key_name

Name of keypair to inject into the server.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type nova.keypair

metadata

Arbitrary key/value metadata to store for this server. Both keys and values must be 255 characters or less. Non-string values will be serialized to JSON (and the serialized string must be 255 characters or less).

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Server name.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

networks

An ordered list of nics to be added to this server, with information about connected networks, fixed ips, port etc.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

fixed_ip

Fixed IP address to specify for the port created on the requested network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

network

Name or ID of network to create a port on.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

floating_ip

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

ID of the floating IP to associate.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

port

ID of an existing port to associate with this server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.port

port_extra_properties

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Dict, which has expand properties for port. Used only if port property is not specified for creating port.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

admin_state_up

The administrative state of this port.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

allowed_address_pairs

Additional MAC/IP address pairs allowed to pass through the port.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

ip_address

IP address to allow through this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type net_cidr

mac_address

MAC address to allow through this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type mac_addr

binding:vnic_type

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

The vnic type to be bound on the neutron port. To support SR-IOV PCI passthrough networking, you can request that the neutron port to be realized as normal (virtual nic), direct (pci passthrough), or macvtap (virtual interface with a tap-like software interface). Note that this only works for Neutron deployments that support the bindings extension.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: normal, direct, macvtap

mac_address

MAC address to give to this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type mac_addr

port_security_enabled

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Flag to enable/disable port security on the port. When disable this feature(set it to False), there will be no packages filtering, like security-group and address-pairs.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

qos_policy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

The name or ID of QoS policy to attach to this port.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.qos_policy

value_specs

Extra parameters to include in the request.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

subnet

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Subnet in which to allocate the IP address for port. Used for creating port, based on derived properties. If subnet is specified, network property becomes optional.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

personality

A map of files to create/overwrite on the server upon boot. Keys are file names and values are the file contents.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

reservation_id

A UUID for the set of servers being requested.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

scheduler_hints

Arbitrary key-value pairs specified by the client to help boot a server.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

security_groups

List of security group names or IDs. Cannot be used if neutron ports are associated with this server; assign security groups to the ports instead.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

software_config_transport

How the server should receive the metadata required for software configuration. POLL_SERVER_CFN will allow calls to the cfn API action DescribeStackResource authenticated with the provided keypair. POLL_SERVER_HEAT will allow calls to the Heat API resource-show using the provided keystone credentials. POLL_TEMP_URL will create and populate a Swift TempURL with metadata for polling. ZAQAR_MESSAGE will create a dedicated zaqar queue and post the metadata for polling.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “POLL_SERVER_CFN”.

Allowed values: POLL_SERVER_CFN, POLL_SERVER_HEAT, POLL_TEMP_URL, ZAQAR_MESSAGE

user_data

User data script to be executed by cloud-init.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

user_data_format

How the user_data should be formatted for the server. For HEAT_CFNTOOLS, the user_data is bundled as part of the heat-cfntools cloud-init boot configuration data. For RAW the user_data is passed to Nova unmodified. For SOFTWARE_CONFIG user_data is bundled as part of the software config data, and metadata is derived from any associated SoftwareDeployment resources.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “HEAT_CFNTOOLS”.

Allowed values: HEAT_CFNTOOLS, RAW, SOFTWARE_CONFIG

user_data_update_policy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

Policy on how to apply a user_data update; either by ignoring it or by replacing the entire server.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “REPLACE”.

Allowed values: REPLACE, IGNORE

Attributes

accessIPv4

The manually assigned alternative public IPv4 address of the server.

accessIPv6

The manually assigned alternative public IPv6 address of the server.

addresses

A dict of all network addresses with corresponding port_id. Each network will have two keys in dict, they are network name and network id. The port ID may be obtained through the following expression: “{get_attr: [<server>, addresses, <network name_or_id>, 0, port]}”.

console_urls

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

URLs of server’s consoles. To get a specific console type, the requested type can be specified as parameter to the get_attr function, e.g. get_attr: [ <server>, console_urls, novnc ]. Currently supported types are novnc, xvpvnc, spice-html5, rdp-html5, serial.

instance_name

AWS compatible instance name.

name

Name of the server.

networks

A dict of assigned network addresses of the form: {“public”: [ip1, ip2...], “private”: [ip3, ip4], “public_uuid”: [ip1, ip2...], “private_uuid”: [ip3, ip4]}. Each network will have two keys in dict, they are network name and network id.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::Server
    properties:
      admin_pass: String
      availability_zone: String
      block_device_mapping: [{"snapshot_id": String, "volume_size": Integer, "device_name": String, "delete_on_termination": Boolean, "volume_id": String}, {"snapshot_id": String, "volume_size": Integer, "device_name": String, "delete_on_termination": Boolean, "volume_id": String}, ...]
      block_device_mapping_v2: [{"volume_id": String, "boot_index": Integer, "delete_on_termination": Boolean, "disk_bus": String, "device_name": String, "image": String, "snapshot_id": String, "swap_size": Integer, "device_type": String, "volume_size": Integer, "image_id": String}, {"volume_id": String, "boot_index": Integer, "delete_on_termination": Boolean, "disk_bus": String, "device_name": String, "image": String, "snapshot_id": String, "swap_size": Integer, "device_type": String, "volume_size": Integer, "image_id": String}, ...]
      config_drive: Boolean
      diskConfig: String
      flavor: String
      flavor_update_policy: String
      image: String
      image_update_policy: String
      key_name: String
      metadata: {...}
      name: String
      networks: [{"port": String, "port_extra_properties": {"value_specs": {...}, "qos_policy": String, "mac_address": String, "admin_state_up": Boolean, "allowed_address_pairs": [{"mac_address": String, "ip_address": String}, {"mac_address": String, "ip_address": String}, ...], "binding:vnic_type": String, "port_security_enabled": Boolean}, "subnet": String, "floating_ip": String, "uuid": String, "fixed_ip": String, "network": String}, {"port": String, "port_extra_properties": {"value_specs": {...}, "qos_policy": String, "mac_address": String, "admin_state_up": Boolean, "allowed_address_pairs": [{"mac_address": String, "ip_address": String}, {"mac_address": String, "ip_address": String}, ...], "binding:vnic_type": String, "port_security_enabled": Boolean}, "subnet": String, "floating_ip": String, "uuid": String, "fixed_ip": String, "network": String}, ...]
      personality: {...}
      reservation_id: String
      scheduler_hints: {...}
      security_groups: [Value, Value, ...]
      software_config_transport: String
      user_data: String
      user_data_format: String
      user_data_update_policy: String

OS::Nova::ServerGroup

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource for managing a Nova server group.

Server groups allow you to make sure instances (VM/VPS) are on the same hypervisor host or on a different one.

Optional Properties

name

Server Group name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

policies

A list of string policies to apply. Defaults to anti-affinity.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[‘anti-affinity’]”.

Allowed values: anti-affinity, affinity

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Nova::ServerGroup
    properties:
      name: String
      policies: [String, String, ...]

OS::Sahara::Cluster

A resource for managing Sahara clusters.

The Cluster entity represents a collection of VM instances that all have the same data processing framework installed. It is mainly characterized by a VM image with a pre-installed framework which will be used for cluster deployment. Users may choose one of the pre-configured Cluster Templates to start a Cluster. To get access to VMs after a Cluster has started, the user should specify a keypair.

Required Properties

cluster_template_id

ID of the Cluster Template used for Node Groups and configurations.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

hadoop_version

Version of Hadoop running on instances.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

plugin_name

Plugin name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type sahara.plugin

Optional Properties

default_image_id

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

Default name or UUID of the image used to boot Hadoop nodes.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type sahara.image

key_name

Keypair added to instances to make them accessible for user.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type nova.keypair

name

Hadoop cluster name.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

neutron_management_network

Name or UUID of network.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

shares

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

List of manila shares to be mounted.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

access_level

Governs permissions set in manila for the cluster ips.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “rw”.

Allowed values: rw, ro

id

Id of the manila share.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

path

Local path on each cluster node on which to mount the share. Defaults to ‘/mnt/{share_id}’.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

use_autoconfig

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Configure most important configs automatically.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

info

Cluster information.

show

Detailed information about resource.

status

Cluster status.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Sahara::Cluster
    properties:
      cluster_template_id: String
      default_image_id: String
      hadoop_version: String
      key_name: String
      name: String
      neutron_management_network: String
      plugin_name: String
      shares: [{"id": String, "path": String, "access_level": String}, {"id": String, "path": String, "access_level": String}, ...]
      use_autoconfig: Boolean

OS::Sahara::ClusterTemplate

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource for managing Sahara cluster templates.

A Cluster Template is designed to bring Node Group Templates together to form a Cluster. A Cluster Template defines what Node Groups will be included and how many instances will be created in each. Some data processing framework configurations can not be applied to a single node, but to a whole Cluster. A user can specify these kinds of configurations in a Cluster Template. Sahara enables users to specify which processes should be added to an anti-affinity group within a Cluster Template. If a process is included into an anti-affinity group, it means that VMs where this process is going to be launched should be scheduled to different hardware hosts.

Required Properties

hadoop_version

Version of Hadoop running on instances.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

plugin_name

Plugin name.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type sahara.plugin

Optional Properties

anti_affinity

List of processes to enable anti-affinity for.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

cluster_configs

Cluster configs dictionary.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

default_image_id

ID of the default image to use for the template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type sahara.image

description

Description of the Sahara Group Template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

name

Name for the Sahara Cluster Template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be in the range 1 to 50.

Value must match pattern: ^(([a-zA-Z]|[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9\-]*[a-zA-Z0-9])\.)*([A-Za-z]|[A-Za-z][A-Za-z0-9\-]*[A-Za-z0-9])$

neutron_management_network

Name or UUID of network.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

node_groups

Node groups.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

count

Number of instances in the Node group.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 1.

name

Name of the Node group.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

node_group_template_id

ID of the Node Group Template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shares

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

List of manila shares to be mounted.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

access_level

Governs permissions set in manila for the cluster ips.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “rw”.

Allowed values: rw, ro

id

Id of the manila share.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

path

Local path on each cluster node on which to mount the share. Defaults to ‘/mnt/{share_id}’.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

use_autoconfig

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Configure most important configs automatically.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Sahara::ClusterTemplate
    properties:
      anti_affinity: [String, String, ...]
      cluster_configs: {...}
      default_image_id: String
      description: String
      hadoop_version: String
      name: String
      neutron_management_network: String
      node_groups: [{"node_group_template_id": String, "count": Integer, "name": String}, {"node_group_template_id": String, "count": Integer, "name": String}, ...]
      plugin_name: String
      shares: [{"id": String, "path": String, "access_level": String}, {"id": String, "path": String, "access_level": String}, ...]
      use_autoconfig: Boolean

OS::Sahara::DataSource

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource for creating sahara data source.

A data source stores an URL which designates the location of input or output data and any credentials needed to access the location.

Required Properties

type

Type of the data source.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Allowed values: swift, hdfs, maprfs, manila

url

URL for the data source.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

credentials

Credentials used for swift. Not required if sahara is configured to use proxy users and delegated trusts for access.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

password

Password for accessing the data source URL.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

user

Username for accessing the data source URL.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

description

Description of the data source.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

name

Name of the data source.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Sahara::DataSource
    properties:
      credentials: {"user": String, "password": String}
      description: String
      name: String
      type: String
      url: String

OS::Sahara::ImageRegistry

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource for registering an image in sahara.

Allows to register an image in the sahara image registry and add tags.

Required Properties

image

ID or name of the image to register.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type glance.image

username

Username of privileged user in the image.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

description

Description of the image.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

tags

Tags to add to the image.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Sahara::ImageRegistry
    properties:
      description: String
      image: String
      tags: [String, String, ...]
      username: String

OS::Sahara::JobBinary

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

A resource for creating sahara job binary.

A job binary stores an URL to a single script or Jar file and any credentials needed to retrieve the file.

Required Properties

url

URL for the job binary. Must be in the format swift://<container>/<path> or internal-db://<uuid>.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Optional Properties

credentials

Credentials used for swift. Not required if sahara is configured to use proxy users and delegated trusts for access.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

password

Password for accessing the job binary URL.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

user

Username for accessing the job binary URL.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

description

Description of the job binary.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

name

Name of the job binary.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Sahara::JobBinary
    properties:
      credentials: {"user": String, "password": String}
      description: String
      name: String
      url: String

OS::Sahara::NodeGroupTemplate

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource for managing Sahara node group templates.

A Node Group Template describes a group of nodes within cluster. It contains a list of hadoop processes that will be launched on each instance in a group. Also a Node Group Template may provide node scoped configurations for those processes.

Required Properties

flavor

Name or ID Nova flavor for the nodes.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type nova.flavor

hadoop_version

Version of Hadoop running on instances.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

node_processes

List of processes to run on every node.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

plugin_name

Plugin name.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type sahara.plugin

Optional Properties

auto_security_group

Defines whether auto-assign security group to this Node Group template.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

availability_zone

Availability zone to create servers in.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

description

Description of the Node Group Template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “”.

floating_ip_pool

Name or UUID of the Neutron floating IP network or name of the Nova floating ip pool to use. Should not be provided when used with Nova-network that auto-assign floating IPs.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

image_id

ID of the image to use for the template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type sahara.image

is_proxy_gateway

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Provide access to nodes using other nodes of the cluster as proxy gateways.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name for the Sahara Node Group Template.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be in the range 1 to 50.

Value must match pattern: ^(([a-zA-Z]|[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9\-]*[a-zA-Z0-9])\.)*([A-Za-z]|[A-Za-z][A-Za-z0-9\-]*[A-Za-z0-9])$

node_configs

Dictionary of node configurations.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

security_groups

List of security group names or IDs to assign to this Node Group template.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

shares

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

List of manila shares to be mounted.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

access_level

Governs permissions set in manila for the cluster ips.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “rw”.

Allowed values: rw, ro

id

Id of the manila share.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

path

Local path on each cluster node on which to mount the share. Defaults to ‘/mnt/{share_id}’.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

use_autoconfig

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Configure most important configs automatically.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

volume_local_to_instance

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Create volumes on the same physical port as an instance.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

volume_type

Type of the volume to create on Cinder backend.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type cinder.vtype

volumes_availability_zone

Availability zone to create volumes in.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

volumes_per_node

Volumes per node.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

volumes_size

Size of the volumes, in GB.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 1.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Sahara::NodeGroupTemplate
    properties:
      auto_security_group: Boolean
      availability_zone: String
      description: String
      flavor: String
      floating_ip_pool: String
      hadoop_version: String
      image_id: String
      is_proxy_gateway: Boolean
      name: String
      node_configs: {...}
      node_processes: [String, String, ...]
      plugin_name: String
      security_groups: [String, String, ...]
      shares: [{"id": String, "path": String, "access_level": String}, {"id": String, "path": String, "access_level": String}, ...]
      use_autoconfig: Boolean
      volume_local_to_instance: Boolean
      volume_type: String
      volumes_availability_zone: String
      volumes_per_node: Integer
      volumes_size: Integer

OS::Senlin::Cluster

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that creates a Senlin Cluster.

Cluster resource in senlin can create and manage objects of the same nature, e.g. Nova servers, Heat stacks, Cinder volumes, etc. The collection of these objects is referred to as a cluster.

Required Properties

profile

The name or id of the Senlin profile.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type senlin.profile

Optional Properties

desired_capacity

Desired initial number of resources in cluster.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

max_size

Maximum number of resources in the cluster. -1 means unlimited.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “-1”.

The value must be at least -1.

metadata

Metadata key-values defined for cluster.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

min_size

Minimum number of resources in the cluster.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “0”.

The value must be at least 0.

name

Name of the cluster. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

timeout

The number of seconds to wait for the cluster actions.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be at least 0.

Attributes

desired_capacity

Desired capacity of the cluster.

max_size

Max size of the cluster.

metadata

Cluster metadata.

min_size

Min size of the cluster.

name

Cluster name.

nodes

Nodes list in the cluster.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Senlin::Cluster
    properties:
      desired_capacity: Integer
      max_size: Integer
      metadata: {...}
      min_size: Integer
      name: String
      profile: String
      timeout: Integer

OS::Senlin::Node

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that creates a Senlin Node.

Node is an object that belongs to at most one Cluster, it can be created based on a profile.

Required Properties

profile

Name or ID of senlin profile to create this node.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type senlin.profile

Optional Properties

metadata

Metadata key-values defined for node.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name of the senlin node. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

cluster_id

The cluster ID this node belongs to.

details

The details of physical object.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Senlin::Node
    properties:
      metadata: {...}
      name: String
      profile: String

OS::Senlin::Policy

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that creates a Senlin Policy.

A policy is a set of rules that can be checked and/or enforced when an action is performed on a Cluster.

Required Properties

type

The type of senlin policy.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type senlin.policy_type

Optional Properties

bindings

A list of clusters to which this policy is attached.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

cluster

The name or ID of target cluster.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type senlin.cluster

enabled

Whether enable this policy on that cluster.

Boolean value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “True”.

name

Name of the senlin policy. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

properties

Properties of this policy.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Senlin::Policy
    properties:
      bindings: [{"cluster": String, "enabled": Boolean}, {"cluster": String, "enabled": Boolean}, ...]
      name: String
      properties: {...}
      type: String

OS::Senlin::Profile

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that creates a Senlin Profile.

Profile resource in senlin is a template describing how to create nodes in cluster.

Required Properties

type

The type of profile.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type senlin.profile_type

Optional Properties

metadata

Metadata key-values defined for profile.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

name

Name of the senlin profile. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

properties

Properties for profile.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Senlin::Profile
    properties:
      metadata: {...}
      name: String
      properties: {...}
      type: String

OS::Senlin::Receiver

Note

Available since 6.0.0 (Mitaka)

A resource that creates Senlin Receiver.

Receiver is an abstract resource created at the senlin engine that can be used to hook the engine to some external event/alarm sources.

Required Properties

action

The action to be executed when the receiver is signaled.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Allowed values: CLUSTER_SCALE_OUT, CLUSTER_SCALE_IN

cluster

Name or ID of target cluster.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type senlin.cluster

Optional Properties

name

Name of the senlin receiver. By default, physical resource name is used.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

params

The parameters passed to action when the receiver is signaled.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

type

Type of receiver.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “webhook”.

Allowed values: webhook

Attributes

channel

The channel for receiving signals.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Senlin::Receiver
    properties:
      action: String
      cluster: String
      name: String
      params: {...}
      type: String

OS::Swift::Container

A resource for managing Swift containers.

A container defines a namespace for objects. An object with the same name in two different containers represents two different objects.

Optional Properties

PurgeOnDelete

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

If True, delete any objects in the container when the container is deleted. Otherwise, deleting a non-empty container will result in an error.

Boolean value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “False”.

X-Account-Meta

A map of user-defined meta data to associate with the account. Each key in the map will set the header X-Account-Meta-{key} with the corresponding value.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

X-Container-Meta

A map of user-defined meta data to associate with the container. Each key in the map will set the header X-Container-Meta-{key} with the corresponding value.

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “{}”.

X-Container-Read

Specify the ACL permissions on who can read objects in the container.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

X-Container-Write

Specify the ACL permissions on who can write objects to the container.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

name

Name for the container. If not specified, a unique name will be generated.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Attributes

BytesUsed

The number of bytes stored in the container.

DomainName

The host from the container URL.

HeadContainer

A map containing all headers for the container.

ObjectCount

The number of objects stored in the container.

RootURL

The parent URL of the container.

WebsiteURL

The URL of the container.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Swift::Container
    properties:
      PurgeOnDelete: Boolean
      X-Account-Meta: {...}
      X-Container-Meta: {...}
      X-Container-Read: String
      X-Container-Write: String
      name: String

OS::Trove::Cluster

Note

Available since 2015.1 (Kilo)

A resource for managing Trove clusters.

A Cluster is an opaque cluster used to store Database clusters.

Required Properties

datastore_type

Name of registered datastore type.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

datastore_version

Name of the registered datastore version. It must exist for provided datastore type. Defaults to using single active version. If several active versions exist for provided datastore type, explicit value for this parameter must be specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

instances

List of database instances.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

flavor

Flavor of the instance.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type trove.flavor

volume_size

Size of the instance disk volume in GB.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 150.

Optional Properties

name

Name of the cluster to create.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

Attributes

instances

A list of instances ids.

ip

A list of cluster instance IPs.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Trove::Cluster
    properties:
      datastore_type: String
      datastore_version: String
      instances: [{"volume_size": Integer, "flavor": String}, {"volume_size": Integer, "flavor": String}, ...]
      name: String

OS::Trove::Instance

Note

Available since 2014.1 (Icehouse)

OpenStack cloud database instance resource.

Trove is Database as a Service for OpenStack. It’s designed to run entirely on OpenStack, with the goal of allowing users to quickly and easily utilize the features of a relational or non-relational database without the burden of handling complex administrative tasks.

Required Properties

flavor

Reference to a flavor for creating DB instance.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must be of type trove.flavor

size

Database volume size in GB.

Integer value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The value must be in the range 1 to 150.

Optional Properties

availability_zone

Name of the availability zone for DB instance.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

databases

List of databases to be created on DB instance creation.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

character_set

Set of symbols and encodings.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “utf8”.

collate

Set of rules for comparing characters in a character set.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “utf8_general_ci”.

name

Specifies database names for creating databases on instance creation.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be no greater than 64.

Value must match pattern: [a-zA-Z0-9_\-]+[a-zA-Z0-9_@?#\s\-]*[a-zA-Z0-9_\-]+

datastore_type

Name of registered datastore type.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

datastore_version

Name of the registered datastore version. It must exist for provided datastore type. Defaults to using single active version. If several active versions exist for provided datastore type, explicit value for this parameter must be specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

name

Name of the DB instance to create.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be no greater than 255.

networks

List of network interfaces to create on instance.

List value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Map properties:

fixed_ip

Fixed IPv4 address for this NIC.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type ip_addr

network

Name or UUID of the network to attach this NIC to. Either port or network must be specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.network

port

Name or UUID of Neutron port to attach this NIC to. Either port or network must be specified.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Value must be of type neutron.port

replica_count

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

The number of replicas to be created.

Integer value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

replica_of

Note

Available since 5.0.0 (Liberty)

Identifier of the source instance to replicate.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

restore_point

DB instance restore point.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

users

List of users to be created on DB instance creation.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “[]”.

List contents:

*

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Map properties:

databases

Names of databases that those users can access on instance creation.

List value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be at least 1.

List contents:

*

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

host

The host from which a user is allowed to connect to the database.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Defaults to “%”.

name

User name to create a user on instance creation.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

The length must be no greater than 16.

Value must match pattern: [a-zA-Z0-9_]+[a-zA-Z0-9_@?#\s]*[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

password

Password for those users on instance creation.

String value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Value must match pattern: [a-zA-Z0-9_]+[a-zA-Z0-9_@?#\s]*[a-zA-Z0-9_]+

Attributes

hostname

Hostname of the instance.

href

Api endpoint reference of the instance.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Trove::Instance
    properties:
      availability_zone: String
      databases: [{"collate": String, "name": String, "character_set": String}, {"collate": String, "name": String, "character_set": String}, ...]
      datastore_type: String
      datastore_version: String
      flavor: String
      name: String
      networks: [{"fixed_ip": String, "network": String, "port": String}, {"fixed_ip": String, "network": String, "port": String}, ...]
      replica_count: Integer
      replica_of: String
      restore_point: String
      size: Integer
      users: [{"databases": [String, String, ...], "host": String, "password": String, "name": String}, {"databases": [String, String, ...], "host": String, "password": String, "name": String}, ...]

OS::Zaqar::Queue

Note

Available since 2014.2 (Juno)

A resource for managing Zaqar queues.

Queue is a logical entity that groups messages. Ideally a queue is created per work type. For example, if you want to compress files, you would create a queue dedicated for this job. Any application that reads from this queue would only compress files.

Required Properties

name

Name of the queue instance to create.

String value expected.

Updates cause replacement.

Optional Properties

metadata

Arbitrary key/value metadata to store contextual information about this queue.

Map value expected.

Can be updated without replacement.

Attributes

href

The resource href of the queue.

show

Detailed information about resource.

HOT Syntax

heat_template_version: 2015-04-30
...
resources:
  ...
  the_resource:
    type: OS::Zaqar::Queue
    properties:
      metadata: {...}
      name: String

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