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Note: This module is in alpha state and is likely to contain bugs and updates may introduce breaking changes. It is not recommended for production use at this time.

Terraform Amazon Aurora

Authors: David Wright (dwright@hashicorp.com) and Tony Vattahil (tonynv@amazon.com)

To deploy the Terraform Amazon Aurora module, do the following:

  1. Install Terraform. For instructions and a video tutorial, see Install Terraform.

  2. Sign up and log into Terraform Cloud. (There is a free tier available.)

  3. Configure Terraform Cloud API access. Run the following to generate a Terraform Cloud token from the command line interface:

terraform login

--For Mac/Linux
export TERRAFORM_CONFIG="$HOME/.terraform.d/credentials.tfrc.json"

--For Windows
export TERRAFORM_CONFIG="$HOME/AppData/Roaming/terraform.d/credentials.tfrc.json"
  1. Configure the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI). For more information, see Configuring the AWS CLI.

  2. If you don't have git installed, install git.

  3. Clone this aws-ia/terraform-aws-rds-aurora repository using the following command:

    git clone https://github.com/aws-ia/terraform-aws-rds-aurora.git

  4. Change directory to the root repository directory.

    cd terraform-aws-rds-aurora/

  5. For setting up a new terraform workspace:

    • cd setup_workspace
    • terraform init
    • terraform apply
  6. To create new VPC and deploy Aurora module:

    • Change to the deploy directory. Run cd ../deploy
    • Initialize the deploy directory. Run terraform init.
    • Start a Terraform run using the configuration files in your deploy directory. Run terraform apply or terraform apply -var-file="$HOME/.aws/terraform.tfvars" (Note: The deployment is remotely run in Terraform Cloud)

    For existing VPCs, pass the list of private subnets (var.Private_subnet_ids_p & var.Private_subnet_ids_s) directly to the Aurora module.