[ANN] Mattermost and layer:lets-encrypt
casey.marshall at canonical.com
Mon Oct 24 18:22:51 UTC 2016
On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 3:51 AM, Andrew Wilkins <
andrew.wilkins at canonical.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 12:07 AM Casey Marshall <
> casey.marshall at canonical.com> wrote:
>> With a much appreciated recent contribution from James Beedy (bdx) our
>> Mattermost charm cs:~cmars/mattermost is working again!
>> This encouraged me to add some followup improvements to the charm to make
>> it even easier to deploy with secure defaults -- automatic registration
>> with Let's Encrypt.
>> I've broken out the Let's Encrypt integration to a separate reactive
>> charm layer, layer:lets-encrypt, which extends layer:nginx. Practically
>> any charm that uses layer:nginx should be able to use layer:lets-encrypt.
>> When a config option `fqdn` is set, the layer will automatically register
>> with LE and obtain certificates.
> Nice, thank you. This will be useful for some stuff I'm working on.
> It would be nice if the nginx charm supported (included) this by default.
> Is there a reason it shouldn't? Having to create a separate charm that
> includes both means you then have to track changes.
I came to the conclusion that layer:nginx and layer:lets-encrypt should
each do one thing well for better reuse. layer:lets-encrypt no longer
includes layer:nginx, but they're easy to use together.
layer:lets-encrypt now just obtains certs, which you can then use in nginx
templates -- or in any web application configuration, really. See the
latest README for up-to-date usage.
> With the epic release of Juju 2.0 this past week -- the Mattermost charm
>> depends on several features new in Juju 2 -- it's now ready to share.
>> I'm operating a deployment of cs:~cmars/mattermost at
>> https://live.cmars.tech/. If you'd like to try it out, here's an invite:
>>  https://jujucharms.com/u/cmars/mattermost
>>  https://github.com/cmars/layer-lets-encrypt
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