Client which forms a bridge between a webservice and the proxy, to allow service-specific configuration
SSL Termination FQDN
This charm installs a subordinate for the SSL Termination Proxy.
It requests ssl-termination for a webservice.
It has 3 config values:
fqdnsis a space separated list of domain names on which the webservice should be accessable. Note: make sure to point the DNS records of these domain names to the ssl-termination-proxy. Example:
credentialsis a space-separated pair of username and password for basic authentication.
contact-emailis the contact email address for lets encrypt. This email address will receive notifications when the certificate expires. Note that the ssl-termination-proxy automatically renews certificates after 2 months so you will only get an email when something is broken.
How to use
ssl-termination-proxy charm for more info on how to use this.
Deploy your http webservice.
juju deploy jenkins
Deploy your ssl-termination-fqdn
juju deploy cs:~tengu-team/ssl-termination-fqdn fqdn-jenkins
Configure the client
juju config fqdn-jenkins fqdns="example.com www.example.com"
juju config fqdn-jenkins basic_auth="username password"
Connect the webservice with the ssl client
juju add-relation jenkins fqdn-jenkins
Connect the ssl-client with the proxy.
juju add-relation fqdn-jenkins:ssltermination ssl-termination-proxy:ssltermination
Now you can surf to https://example.com and you wil reach the webservice.
This software was created in the IDLab research group of Ghent University in Belgium. This software is used in Tengu, a project that aims to make experimenting with data frameworks and tools as easy as possible.