Terraform script to orchestrate deployment of WordPress with CloudFlare
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WordPress-CloudFlare-Terraform

Terraform script to orchestrate deployment of WordPress on a DigitalOcean VPS with CloudFlare DNS and Web Application Firewall (WAF)

USAGE

  • To pull the submodules, use: git submodule update --init --recursive Read: Easy way to pull latest of all git submodules

  • Set the variables in variables.tf to your domain name, preferred DO region and droplet size. NOTE: Droplet size must be at least 2gb.

  • Set the Ansible variables in ansible/group_vars.

  • Create a vault.yml file with the following secrets.

# Vault Secrets
# These are stub values used for testing


##### MariaDB #####
vault_mariadb_db_name: example
vault_mariadb_db_user: alice
vault_mariadb_db_user_password: letmein
vault_mariadb_db_file_name: example.sql
vault_mariadb_root_password: letmein

##### OpenResty #####
vault_htpasswd_user: admin
vault_htpasswd_pass: letmein
vault_server_hostname: example.com
vault_admin_email: bob@example.com

##### Fail2Ban Firewalld #####
vault_cf_email: bob@example.com
vault_f2b_destemail: bob@example.com
vault_f2b_sender: alice@example.com
vault_cf_key: cf_key
vault_f2b_whitelist_ip: 8.8.8.8

##### WordPress #####
vault_wp_cache_salt: salt
  • To encrypt vault.yml create an Ansible Vault password file called deploy.vault and run encrypt.sh. To encrypt the vault. To decrypt vault.yml, run decrypt.sh.

Export your DigitalOcean API key, CloudFlare API key and the Email address associated with your CloudFlare account.

  • export DO_PAT=YOUR_DO_API_KEY
  • export CF_PAT=YOUR_CF_API_KEY
  • export CF_EMAIL=YOUR_CF_EMAIL

Initialize Terraform

  • terraform init

Make a Terraform plan to deploy everything.

terraform plan -out=terraform.tfplan \
  -var "do_token=$DO_PAT" \
  -var "cf_email=$CF_EMAIL" \
  -var "cf_token=$CF_PAT" \
  -var "pub_key=$HOME/.ssh/pub_key.pub" \
  -var "pvt_key=$HOME/.ssh/priv_key" \
  -var "ssh_fingerprint=75:b0:fc:16:8a:f6:32:a7:fe:a5:93:90:ad:b8:0a:12"

...or to destroy everything

terraform plan -destroy -out=terraform.tfplan \
  -var "do_token=$DO_PAT" \
  -var "cf_email=$CF_EMAIL" \
  -var "cf_token=$CF_PAT" \
  -var "pub_key=$HOME/.ssh/pub_key.pub" \
  -var "pvt_key=$HOME/.ssh/priv_key" \
  -var "ssh_fingerprint=75:b0:fc:16:8a:f6:32:a7:fe:a5:93:90:ad:b8:0a:12"

Apply the Terraform plan.

  • terraform apply terraform.tfplan

To run the Ansible playbook, use terraform-inventory , with the following command:

  • TF_STATE=terraform.tfstate ansible-playbook --private-key=~/.ssh/deploy.key --inventory-file=~/go/bin/terraform-inventory ../ansible/wordpress.yml

Better yet, put everything in a group of scripts.

build.sh: deploys everything

#!/bin/bash -eux

# Plan Infrastructure
terraform init
terraform plan -out=wordpress_up.tfplan \
  -var "do_token=$DO_PAT" \
  -var "cf_email=$CF_EMAIL" \
  -var "cf_token=$CF_PAT" \
  -var "pub_key=$HOME/.ssh/pub_key.pub" \
  -var "pvt_key=$HOME/.ssh/priv_key" \
  -var "ssh_fingerprint=75:b0:fc:16:8a:f6:32:a7:fe:a5:93:90:ad:b8:0a:12"

# Build infrastructure
terraform apply "wordpress_up.tfplan"

# Ansible Playbook Syntax check
TF_STATE=terraform.tfstate ansible-playbook --private-key=~/.ssh/deploy.key --inventory-file=~/go/bin/terraform-inventory ../ansible/wordpress.yml --syntax-check

# Run Ansible Playbook
TF_STATE=terraform.tfstate ansible-playbook --private-key=~/.ssh/deploy.key --inventory-file=~/go/bin/terraform-inventory ../ansible/wordpress.yml

destroy.sh: generates the destroy plan and backs up the database and uploads

#!/bin/bash -eux

# Generates plan to destroy infrastructure

terraform plan -destroy -out=wordpress_down.tfplan \
  -var "do_token=$DO_PAT" \
  -var "cf_email=$CF_EMAIL" \
  -var "cf_token=$CF_PAT" \
  -var "pub_key=$HOME/.ssh/pub_key.pub" \
  -var "pvt_key=$HOME/.ssh/priv_key" \
  -var "ssh_fingerprint=75:b0:fc:16:8a:f6:32:a7:fe:a5:93:90:ad:b8:0a:12"

# Backup important stuff

TF_STATE=terraform.tfstate ansible-playbook --private-key=~/.ssh/deploy.key --inventory-file=~/go/bin/terraform-inventory ../ansible/wordpress_bu.yml

To destroy everything:

  • terraform apply "wordpress_down.tfplan"