A Terraform module to set up a Munki repo
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terraform-munki-repo

terraform-munki-repo is a Terraform module that will set up a production ready Munki repo for you. More specifically it will create:

  • An s3 bucket to store your Munki repo
  • An s3 bucket to store your logs
  • A CloudFront Distribution so your clients will pull from an AWS endpoint near them
  • A Lambda@Edge function that will set up basic authentication

Why?

A Munki repo is a basic web server. But you still need to worry about setting up one or more servers, patching those servers, scaling them around the world if you have clients in more than one country.

Amazon Web Services have crazy high levels of up time - more than we could ever manage ourselves. CloudFront powers some of the world's busiest websites without breaking a sweat, so it can handle your Munki repo without any trouble. So it makes sense to offload the running of these services so we can get on with our day.

Usage

Initial Terraform / AWS Setup

  1. Register for an AWS account if you haven't already got one.
  2. Once logged in and youv'e set up billing, head over to IAM and create a user with the AdministratorAccess permission.
  3. Generate an access key and secret for the user. Download the CSV.
  4. Install homebrew
  5. brew install awscli
  6. brew install terraform
  7. aws configure and follow the prompts to log in and to set a default region (I like us-east-1 but choose one where you are happy having your data stored)

Using the thing

Create a file called main.tf wherever you want to store these things. Put the following content in it - adjust the variables to match what you want the bucket to be called (the name must be globally unique across all of Amazon), and the username and password your Munki clients will use to access the repo)

module "munki" {
  source          = "git::https://github.com/grahamgilbert/terraform-munki-repo.git//munki"
  munki_s3_bucket = "my-munki-bucket"
  username        = "munki"
  password        = "ilovemunki"
  # price_class is one of PriceClass_All, PriceClass_200, PriceClass_100
  price_class = "PriceClass_100"
}
$ terraform init
$ terraform get
$ terraform plan

If everything goes well and terraform says it will create everything you expect, you can apply (type in yes when you are asked):

$ terraform apply

Then you can get your distribution's url:

$ terraform state show module.munki.aws_cloudfront_distribution.www_distribution | grep domain_name

Getting your Munki repo into s3

Assuming your repo is in /Users/Shared/munki_repo - adjust this path for your environment.

$ aws s3 sync "/Users/Shared/munki_repo" s3://my-bucket-name --exclude '*.git/*' --exclude '.DS_Store' --delete

Now it's just a matter of configuring your Munki clients to connect to your new repo. The Munki wiki has you covered there.