Azure Sample Stack
You can use this stack to spin up a private network as well as resource classes that will let you provision resources in that network.
- Crossplane should be installed.
- Azure Provider should be installed and its version should be at least 0.7.0
If you have crossplane-cli installed, you can use the following command to install:
# Do not forget to change <version> with the correct version. kubectl crossplane stack install --cluster -n crossplane-system 'crossplane/stack-azure-sample:<version>' azure-sample
If you don't have crossplane-cli installed, you need to create the following YAML to install:
apiVersion: stacks.crossplane.io/v1alpha1 kind: ClusterStackInstall metadata: name: "azure-sample" namespace: crossplane-system spec: package: "crossplane/stack-azure-sample:<version>"
You can create the following YAML to trigger creation of:
Providerthat points to credentials secret reference you supply
and the following resource classes with minimal hardware requirements that will let you create instances that are connected to that network.
# you can find this in example.yaml apiVersion: azure.stacks.crossplane.io/v1alpha1 kind: AzureSample metadata: name: test spec: location: West US credentialsSecretRef: name: azure-account-creds namespace: crossplane-system key: credentials
In Crossplane, the resource classes that are annotated with
resourceclass.crossplane.io/is-default-class: "true" are used as default if the claim doesn't specify a resource class selector. The resource classes you create via the
AzureSample instance above will deploy all of its resource classes as default. If you'd like those defaulting annotations to be removed, you need to add the following to
AzureSample instance above:
In Azure, for your cluster to connect to the MySQL Server resource, there needs to be a MySQL Server Virtual Network Rule that is created with the name of the MySQLServer, which is determined only after the MySQL Server resource is created. So, after you create a
MySQLServer resource from the
SQLServerClass that this stack creates, you need to create the following
MySQLServerVirtualNetworkRule resource with correct values:
# you can find this in vnet.yaml apiVersion: database.azure.crossplane.io/v1alpha3 kind: MySQLServerVirtualNetworkRule metadata: name: test-vnetrule spec: name: test-vnetrule serverName: <fill with mysqlserver.azure.crossplane.io instance name> resourceGroupNameRef: name: test-resourcegroup properties: virtualNetworkSubnetIdRef: name: test-subnet reclaimPolicy: Delete providerRef: name: test-azure-provider
The value of
spec.serverName should be populated with the name of the
MySQLServer resource you have, for example
Other thing is that
test- prefix which is how the resources are named if you deploy the example in this repo. If you choose to create
AzureSample instance with a different name, do not forget to use
<AzureSample name>- prefix instead of
MySQLServerVirtualNetworkRule is created manually, it won't be cleaned up when you delete your
make and then run the following command to copy the image into your minikube node's image registry:
# Do not forget to specify <version> docker save "crossplane/stack-azure-sample:<version>" | (eval "$(minikube docker-env --shell bash)" && docker load)
After running this, you can use the installation command and the image loaded into minikube node will be picked up.