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getCassanda

# Cassandra Data Source

The Cassandra data source provides information about the existing Aiven Cassandra service.

Example Usage

using Pulumi;
using Aiven = Pulumi.Aiven;

class MyStack : Stack
{
    public MyStack()
    {
        var bar = Output.Create(Aiven.GetCassanda.InvokeAsync(new Aiven.GetCassandaArgs
        {
            Project = data.Aiven_project.Foo.Project,
            ServiceName = "test-acc-sr-%s",
        }));
    }

}
package main

import (
    "fmt"

    "github.com/pulumi/pulumi-aiven/sdk/v3/go/aiven"
    "github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v2/go/pulumi"
)

func main() {
    pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
        _, err := aiven.GetCassanda(ctx, &aiven.GetCassandaArgs{
            Project:     data.Aiven_project.Foo.Project,
            ServiceName: fmt.Sprintf("%v%v%v", "test-acc-sr-", "%", "s"),
        }, nil)
        if err != nil {
            return err
        }
        return nil
    })
}
import pulumi
import pulumi_aiven as aiven

bar = aiven.get_cassanda(project=data["aiven_project"]["foo"]["project"],
    service_name="test-acc-sr-%s")
import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
import * as aiven from "@pulumi/aiven";

const bar = aiven.getCassanda({
    project: data.aiven_project.foo.project,
    serviceName: `test-acc-sr-%s`,
});

Using getCassanda

function getCassanda(args: GetCassandaArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Promise<GetCassandaResult>
def get_cassanda(cassandra: Optional[GetCassandaCassandraArgs] = None, cassandra_user_config: Optional[GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigArgs] = None, cloud_name: Optional[str] = None, components: Optional[Sequence[GetCassandaComponentArgs]] = None, maintenance_window_dow: Optional[str] = None, maintenance_window_time: Optional[str] = None, plan: Optional[str] = None, project: Optional[str] = None, project_vpc_id: Optional[str] = None, service_host: Optional[str] = None, service_integrations: Optional[Sequence[GetCassandaServiceIntegrationArgs]] = None, service_name: Optional[str] = None, service_password: Optional[str] = None, service_port: Optional[int] = None, service_type: Optional[str] = None, service_uri: Optional[str] = None, service_username: Optional[str] = None, state: Optional[str] = None, termination_protection: Optional[bool] = None, opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> GetCassandaResult
func GetCassanda(ctx *Context, args *GetCassandaArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) (*GetCassandaResult, error)

Note: This function is named GetCassanda in the Go SDK.

public static class GetCassanda {
    public static Task<GetCassandaResult> InvokeAsync(GetCassandaArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
}

The following arguments are supported:

Project string

identifies the project the service belongs to. To set up proper dependency between the project and the service, refer to the project as shown in the above example. Project cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service.

ServiceName string

specifies the actual name of the service. The name cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service so name should be picked based on intended service usage rather than current attributes.

Cassandra GetCassandaCassandraArgs

Cassandra specific server provided values.

CassandraUserConfig GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigArgs

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

CloudName string

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

Components List<GetCassandaComponentArgs>
MaintenanceWindowDow string

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

MaintenanceWindowTime string

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

Plan string

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

ProjectVpcId string

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

ServiceHost string

Cassandra hostname.

ServiceIntegrations List<GetCassandaServiceIntegrationArgs>
ServicePassword string

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

ServicePort int

Cassandra port.

ServiceType string
ServiceUri string

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

ServiceUsername string

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

State string

Service state.

TerminationProtection bool

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

Project string

identifies the project the service belongs to. To set up proper dependency between the project and the service, refer to the project as shown in the above example. Project cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service.

ServiceName string

specifies the actual name of the service. The name cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service so name should be picked based on intended service usage rather than current attributes.

Cassandra GetCassandaCassandra

Cassandra specific server provided values.

CassandraUserConfig GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

CloudName string

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

Components []GetCassandaComponent
MaintenanceWindowDow string

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

MaintenanceWindowTime string

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

Plan string

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

ProjectVpcId string

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

ServiceHost string

Cassandra hostname.

ServiceIntegrations []GetCassandaServiceIntegration
ServicePassword string

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

ServicePort int

Cassandra port.

ServiceType string
ServiceUri string

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

ServiceUsername string

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

State string

Service state.

TerminationProtection bool

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

project string

identifies the project the service belongs to. To set up proper dependency between the project and the service, refer to the project as shown in the above example. Project cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service.

serviceName string

specifies the actual name of the service. The name cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service so name should be picked based on intended service usage rather than current attributes.

cassandra GetCassandaCassandra

Cassandra specific server provided values.

cassandraUserConfig GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

cloudName string

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

components GetCassandaComponent[]
maintenanceWindowDow string

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

maintenanceWindowTime string

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

plan string

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

projectVpcId string

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

serviceHost string

Cassandra hostname.

serviceIntegrations GetCassandaServiceIntegration[]
servicePassword string

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

servicePort number

Cassandra port.

serviceType string
serviceUri string

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

serviceUsername string

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

state string

Service state.

terminationProtection boolean

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

project str

identifies the project the service belongs to. To set up proper dependency between the project and the service, refer to the project as shown in the above example. Project cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service.

service_name str

specifies the actual name of the service. The name cannot be changed later without destroying and re-creating the service so name should be picked based on intended service usage rather than current attributes.

cassandra GetCassandaCassandraArgs

Cassandra specific server provided values.

cassandra_user_config GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigArgs

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

cloud_name str

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

components Sequence[GetCassandaComponentArgs]
maintenance_window_dow str

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

maintenance_window_time str

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

plan str

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

project_vpc_id str

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

service_host str

Cassandra hostname.

service_integrations Sequence[GetCassandaServiceIntegrationArgs]
service_password str

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

service_port int

Cassandra port.

service_type str
service_uri str

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

service_username str

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

state str

Service state.

termination_protection bool

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

getCassanda Result

The following output properties are available:

Cassandra GetCassandaCassandra

Cassandra specific server provided values.

Components List<GetCassandaComponent>
Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Project string
ServiceHost string

Cassandra hostname.

ServiceName string
ServicePassword string

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

ServicePort int

Cassandra port.

ServiceType string
ServiceUri string

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

ServiceUsername string

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

State string

Service state.

CassandraUserConfig GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

CloudName string

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

MaintenanceWindowDow string

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

MaintenanceWindowTime string

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

Plan string

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

ProjectVpcId string

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

ServiceIntegrations List<GetCassandaServiceIntegration>
TerminationProtection bool

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

Cassandra GetCassandaCassandra

Cassandra specific server provided values.

Components []GetCassandaComponent
Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Project string
ServiceHost string

Cassandra hostname.

ServiceName string
ServicePassword string

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

ServicePort int

Cassandra port.

ServiceType string
ServiceUri string

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

ServiceUsername string

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

State string

Service state.

CassandraUserConfig GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

CloudName string

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

MaintenanceWindowDow string

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

MaintenanceWindowTime string

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

Plan string

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

ProjectVpcId string

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

ServiceIntegrations []GetCassandaServiceIntegration
TerminationProtection bool

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

cassandra GetCassandaCassandra

Cassandra specific server provided values.

components GetCassandaComponent[]
id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

project string
serviceHost string

Cassandra hostname.

serviceName string
servicePassword string

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

servicePort number

Cassandra port.

serviceType string
serviceUri string

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

serviceUsername string

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

state string

Service state.

cassandraUserConfig GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

cloudName string

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

maintenanceWindowDow string

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

maintenanceWindowTime string

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

plan string

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

projectVpcId string

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

serviceIntegrations GetCassandaServiceIntegration[]
terminationProtection boolean

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

cassandra GetCassandaCassandra

Cassandra specific server provided values.

components Sequence[GetCassandaComponent]
id str

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

project str
service_host str

Cassandra hostname.

service_name str
service_password str

Password used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

service_port int

Cassandra port.

service_type str
service_uri str

URI for connecting to the Cassandra service.

service_username str

Username used for connecting to the Cassandra service, if applicable.

state str

Service state.

cassandra_user_config GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

defines Cassandra specific additional configuration options. The following configuration options available:

cloud_name str

defines the cloud provider and region where the service is hosted. This can be changed freely after service is created. Changing the value will trigger a potentially lengthy migration process for the service. Format is cloud provider name (aws, azure, do google, upcloud, etc.), dash, and the cloud provider specific region name. These are documented on each Cloud provider’s own support articles, like here for Google and here for AWS.

maintenance_window_dow str

day of week when maintenance operations should be performed. On monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc.

maintenance_window_time str

time of day when maintenance operations should be performed. UTC time in HH:mm:ss format.

plan str

defines what kind of computing resources are allocated for the service. It can be changed after creation, though there are some restrictions when going to a smaller plan such as the new plan must have sufficient amount of disk space to store all current data and switching to a plan with fewer nodes might not be supported. The basic plan names are hobbyist, startup-x, business-x and premium-x where x is (roughly) the amount of memory on each node (also other attributes like number of CPUs and amount of disk space varies but naming is based on memory). The exact options can be seen from the Aiven web console’s Create Service dialog.

project_vpc_id str

optionally specifies the VPC the service should run in. If the value is not set the service is not run inside a VPC. When set, the value should be given as a reference as shown above to set up dependencies correctly and the VPC must be in the same cloud and region as the service itself. Project can be freely moved to and from VPC after creation but doing so triggers migration to new servers so the operation can take significant amount of time to complete if the service has a lot of data.

service_integrations Sequence[GetCassandaServiceIntegration]
termination_protection bool

prevents the service from being deleted. It is recommended to set this to true for all production services to prevent unintentional service deletion. This does not shield against deleting databases or topics but for services with backups much of the content can at least be restored from backup in case accidental deletion is done.

Supporting Types

GetCassandaCassandraUserConfig

IpFilters List<string>

allow incoming connections from CIDR address block, e.g. 10.20.0.0/16

MigrateSstableloader string

sets the service into migration mode enabling the sstableloader utility to be used to upload Cassandra data files. Available only on service create.

PrivateAccess GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPrivateAccessArgs

Allow access to selected service ports from private networks.

ProjectToForkFrom string
PublicAccess GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPublicAccessArgs

Allow access to selected service ports from the public Internet

ServiceToForkFrom string

Name of another service to fork from. This has effect only when a new service is being created.

IpFilters []string

allow incoming connections from CIDR address block, e.g. 10.20.0.0/16

MigrateSstableloader string

sets the service into migration mode enabling the sstableloader utility to be used to upload Cassandra data files. Available only on service create.

PrivateAccess GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPrivateAccess

Allow access to selected service ports from private networks.

ProjectToForkFrom string
PublicAccess GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPublicAccess

Allow access to selected service ports from the public Internet

ServiceToForkFrom string

Name of another service to fork from. This has effect only when a new service is being created.

ipFilters string[]

allow incoming connections from CIDR address block, e.g. 10.20.0.0/16

migrateSstableloader string

sets the service into migration mode enabling the sstableloader utility to be used to upload Cassandra data files. Available only on service create.

privateAccess GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPrivateAccess

Allow access to selected service ports from private networks.

projectToForkFrom string
publicAccess GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPublicAccess

Allow access to selected service ports from the public Internet

serviceToForkFrom string

Name of another service to fork from. This has effect only when a new service is being created.

ip_filters Sequence[str]

allow incoming connections from CIDR address block, e.g. 10.20.0.0/16

migrate_sstableloader str

sets the service into migration mode enabling the sstableloader utility to be used to upload Cassandra data files. Available only on service create.

private_access GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPrivateAccessArgs

Allow access to selected service ports from private networks.

project_to_fork_from str
public_access GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPublicAccessArgs

Allow access to selected service ports from the public Internet

service_to_fork_from str

Name of another service to fork from. This has effect only when a new service is being created.

GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPrivateAccess

Prometheus string

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

Prometheus string

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

prometheus string

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

prometheus str

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

GetCassandaCassandraUserConfigPublicAccess

Prometheus string

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

Prometheus string

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

prometheus string

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

prometheus str

Allow clients to connect to prometheus from the public internet for service nodes that are in a project VPC or another type of private network.

GetCassandaComponent

Component string
Host string
KafkaAuthenticationMethod string
Port int
Route string
Ssl bool
Usage string
Component string
Host string
KafkaAuthenticationMethod string
Port int
Route string
Ssl bool
Usage string
component string
host string
kafkaAuthenticationMethod string
port number
route string
ssl boolean
usage string

GetCassandaServiceIntegration

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-aiven
License
Apache-2.0
Notes
This Pulumi package is based on the aiven Terraform Provider.