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    Resource Type definition for AWS::CodeDeploy::DeploymentConfig

    Create DeploymentConfig Resource

    Resources are created with functions called constructors. To learn more about declaring and configuring resources, see Resources.

    Constructor syntax

    new DeploymentConfig(name: string, args?: DeploymentConfigArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def DeploymentConfig(resource_name: str,
                         args: Optional[DeploymentConfigArgs] = None,
                         opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    
    @overload
    def DeploymentConfig(resource_name: str,
                         opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                         compute_platform: Optional[str] = None,
                         deployment_config_name: Optional[str] = None,
                         minimum_healthy_hosts: Optional[DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsArgs] = None,
                         traffic_routing_config: Optional[DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfigArgs] = None,
                         zonal_config: Optional[DeploymentConfigZonalConfigArgs] = None)
    func NewDeploymentConfig(ctx *Context, name string, args *DeploymentConfigArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*DeploymentConfig, error)
    public DeploymentConfig(string name, DeploymentConfigArgs? args = null, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public DeploymentConfig(String name, DeploymentConfigArgs args)
    public DeploymentConfig(String name, DeploymentConfigArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: aws-native:codedeploy:DeploymentConfig
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    

    Parameters

    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeploymentConfigArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeploymentConfigArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeploymentConfigArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeploymentConfigArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args DeploymentConfigArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    DeploymentConfig Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The DeploymentConfig resource accepts the following input properties:

    ComputePlatform string
    The destination platform type for the deployment (Lambda, Server, or ECS).
    DeploymentConfigName string
    A name for the deployment configuration. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the deployment configuration name. For more information, see Name Type.
    MinimumHealthyHosts Pulumi.AwsNative.CodeDeploy.Inputs.DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHosts
    The minimum number of healthy instances that should be available at any time during the deployment. There are two parameters expected in the input: type and value.
    TrafficRoutingConfig Pulumi.AwsNative.CodeDeploy.Inputs.DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfig
    The configuration that specifies how the deployment traffic is routed.
    ZonalConfig Pulumi.AwsNative.CodeDeploy.Inputs.DeploymentConfigZonalConfig
    The zonal deployment config that specifies how the zonal deployment behaves
    ComputePlatform string
    The destination platform type for the deployment (Lambda, Server, or ECS).
    DeploymentConfigName string
    A name for the deployment configuration. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the deployment configuration name. For more information, see Name Type.
    MinimumHealthyHosts DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsArgs
    The minimum number of healthy instances that should be available at any time during the deployment. There are two parameters expected in the input: type and value.
    TrafficRoutingConfig DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfigArgs
    The configuration that specifies how the deployment traffic is routed.
    ZonalConfig DeploymentConfigZonalConfigArgs
    The zonal deployment config that specifies how the zonal deployment behaves
    computePlatform String
    The destination platform type for the deployment (Lambda, Server, or ECS).
    deploymentConfigName String
    A name for the deployment configuration. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the deployment configuration name. For more information, see Name Type.
    minimumHealthyHosts DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHosts
    The minimum number of healthy instances that should be available at any time during the deployment. There are two parameters expected in the input: type and value.
    trafficRoutingConfig DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfig
    The configuration that specifies how the deployment traffic is routed.
    zonalConfig DeploymentConfigZonalConfig
    The zonal deployment config that specifies how the zonal deployment behaves
    computePlatform string
    The destination platform type for the deployment (Lambda, Server, or ECS).
    deploymentConfigName string
    A name for the deployment configuration. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the deployment configuration name. For more information, see Name Type.
    minimumHealthyHosts DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHosts
    The minimum number of healthy instances that should be available at any time during the deployment. There are two parameters expected in the input: type and value.
    trafficRoutingConfig DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfig
    The configuration that specifies how the deployment traffic is routed.
    zonalConfig DeploymentConfigZonalConfig
    The zonal deployment config that specifies how the zonal deployment behaves
    compute_platform str
    The destination platform type for the deployment (Lambda, Server, or ECS).
    deployment_config_name str
    A name for the deployment configuration. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the deployment configuration name. For more information, see Name Type.
    minimum_healthy_hosts DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsArgs
    The minimum number of healthy instances that should be available at any time during the deployment. There are two parameters expected in the input: type and value.
    traffic_routing_config DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfigArgs
    The configuration that specifies how the deployment traffic is routed.
    zonal_config DeploymentConfigZonalConfigArgs
    The zonal deployment config that specifies how the zonal deployment behaves
    computePlatform String
    The destination platform type for the deployment (Lambda, Server, or ECS).
    deploymentConfigName String
    A name for the deployment configuration. If you don't specify a name, AWS CloudFormation generates a unique physical ID and uses that ID for the deployment configuration name. For more information, see Name Type.
    minimumHealthyHosts Property Map
    The minimum number of healthy instances that should be available at any time during the deployment. There are two parameters expected in the input: type and value.
    trafficRoutingConfig Property Map
    The configuration that specifies how the deployment traffic is routed.
    zonalConfig Property Map
    The zonal deployment config that specifies how the zonal deployment behaves

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the DeploymentConfig resource produces the following output properties:

    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    Supporting Types

    DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHosts, DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsArgs

    Type string

    The minimum healthy instance type:

    • HOST_COUNT: The minimum number of healthy instance as an absolute value.
    • FLEET_PERCENT: The minimum number of healthy instance as a percentage of the total number of instance in the deployment.

    In an example of nine instance, if a HOST_COUNT of six is specified, deploy to up to three instances at a time. The deployment is successful if six or more instances are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails. If a FLEET_PERCENT of 40 is specified, deploy to up to five instance at a time. The deployment is successful if four or more instance are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails.

    In a call to GetDeploymentConfig , CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime returns a minimum healthy instance type of MOST_CONCURRENCY and a value of 1. This means a deployment to only one instance at a time. (You cannot set the type to MOST_CONCURRENCY, only to HOST_COUNT or FLEET_PERCENT.) In addition, with CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime, AWS CodeDeploy attempts to ensure that all instances but one are kept in a healthy state during the deployment. Although this allows one instance at a time to be taken offline for a new deployment, it also means that if the deployment to the last instance fails, the overall deployment is still successful.

    For more information, see AWS CodeDeploy Instance Health in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide .

    Value int
    The minimum healthy instance value.
    Type string

    The minimum healthy instance type:

    • HOST_COUNT: The minimum number of healthy instance as an absolute value.
    • FLEET_PERCENT: The minimum number of healthy instance as a percentage of the total number of instance in the deployment.

    In an example of nine instance, if a HOST_COUNT of six is specified, deploy to up to three instances at a time. The deployment is successful if six or more instances are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails. If a FLEET_PERCENT of 40 is specified, deploy to up to five instance at a time. The deployment is successful if four or more instance are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails.

    In a call to GetDeploymentConfig , CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime returns a minimum healthy instance type of MOST_CONCURRENCY and a value of 1. This means a deployment to only one instance at a time. (You cannot set the type to MOST_CONCURRENCY, only to HOST_COUNT or FLEET_PERCENT.) In addition, with CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime, AWS CodeDeploy attempts to ensure that all instances but one are kept in a healthy state during the deployment. Although this allows one instance at a time to be taken offline for a new deployment, it also means that if the deployment to the last instance fails, the overall deployment is still successful.

    For more information, see AWS CodeDeploy Instance Health in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide .

    Value int
    The minimum healthy instance value.
    type String

    The minimum healthy instance type:

    • HOST_COUNT: The minimum number of healthy instance as an absolute value.
    • FLEET_PERCENT: The minimum number of healthy instance as a percentage of the total number of instance in the deployment.

    In an example of nine instance, if a HOST_COUNT of six is specified, deploy to up to three instances at a time. The deployment is successful if six or more instances are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails. If a FLEET_PERCENT of 40 is specified, deploy to up to five instance at a time. The deployment is successful if four or more instance are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails.

    In a call to GetDeploymentConfig , CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime returns a minimum healthy instance type of MOST_CONCURRENCY and a value of 1. This means a deployment to only one instance at a time. (You cannot set the type to MOST_CONCURRENCY, only to HOST_COUNT or FLEET_PERCENT.) In addition, with CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime, AWS CodeDeploy attempts to ensure that all instances but one are kept in a healthy state during the deployment. Although this allows one instance at a time to be taken offline for a new deployment, it also means that if the deployment to the last instance fails, the overall deployment is still successful.

    For more information, see AWS CodeDeploy Instance Health in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide .

    value Integer
    The minimum healthy instance value.
    type string

    The minimum healthy instance type:

    • HOST_COUNT: The minimum number of healthy instance as an absolute value.
    • FLEET_PERCENT: The minimum number of healthy instance as a percentage of the total number of instance in the deployment.

    In an example of nine instance, if a HOST_COUNT of six is specified, deploy to up to three instances at a time. The deployment is successful if six or more instances are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails. If a FLEET_PERCENT of 40 is specified, deploy to up to five instance at a time. The deployment is successful if four or more instance are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails.

    In a call to GetDeploymentConfig , CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime returns a minimum healthy instance type of MOST_CONCURRENCY and a value of 1. This means a deployment to only one instance at a time. (You cannot set the type to MOST_CONCURRENCY, only to HOST_COUNT or FLEET_PERCENT.) In addition, with CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime, AWS CodeDeploy attempts to ensure that all instances but one are kept in a healthy state during the deployment. Although this allows one instance at a time to be taken offline for a new deployment, it also means that if the deployment to the last instance fails, the overall deployment is still successful.

    For more information, see AWS CodeDeploy Instance Health in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide .

    value number
    The minimum healthy instance value.
    type str

    The minimum healthy instance type:

    • HOST_COUNT: The minimum number of healthy instance as an absolute value.
    • FLEET_PERCENT: The minimum number of healthy instance as a percentage of the total number of instance in the deployment.

    In an example of nine instance, if a HOST_COUNT of six is specified, deploy to up to three instances at a time. The deployment is successful if six or more instances are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails. If a FLEET_PERCENT of 40 is specified, deploy to up to five instance at a time. The deployment is successful if four or more instance are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails.

    In a call to GetDeploymentConfig , CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime returns a minimum healthy instance type of MOST_CONCURRENCY and a value of 1. This means a deployment to only one instance at a time. (You cannot set the type to MOST_CONCURRENCY, only to HOST_COUNT or FLEET_PERCENT.) In addition, with CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime, AWS CodeDeploy attempts to ensure that all instances but one are kept in a healthy state during the deployment. Although this allows one instance at a time to be taken offline for a new deployment, it also means that if the deployment to the last instance fails, the overall deployment is still successful.

    For more information, see AWS CodeDeploy Instance Health in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide .

    value int
    The minimum healthy instance value.
    type String

    The minimum healthy instance type:

    • HOST_COUNT: The minimum number of healthy instance as an absolute value.
    • FLEET_PERCENT: The minimum number of healthy instance as a percentage of the total number of instance in the deployment.

    In an example of nine instance, if a HOST_COUNT of six is specified, deploy to up to three instances at a time. The deployment is successful if six or more instances are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails. If a FLEET_PERCENT of 40 is specified, deploy to up to five instance at a time. The deployment is successful if four or more instance are deployed to successfully. Otherwise, the deployment fails.

    In a call to GetDeploymentConfig , CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime returns a minimum healthy instance type of MOST_CONCURRENCY and a value of 1. This means a deployment to only one instance at a time. (You cannot set the type to MOST_CONCURRENCY, only to HOST_COUNT or FLEET_PERCENT.) In addition, with CodeDeployDefault.OneAtATime, AWS CodeDeploy attempts to ensure that all instances but one are kept in a healthy state during the deployment. Although this allows one instance at a time to be taken offline for a new deployment, it also means that if the deployment to the last instance fails, the overall deployment is still successful.

    For more information, see AWS CodeDeploy Instance Health in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide .

    value Number
    The minimum healthy instance value.

    DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZone, DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZoneArgs

    Type string
    The type associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    Value int
    The value associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    Type string
    The type associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    Value int
    The value associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    type String
    The type associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    value Integer
    The value associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    type string
    The type associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    value number
    The value associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    type str
    The type associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    value int
    The value associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    type String
    The type associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.
    value Number
    The value associated with the MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone option.

    DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanary, DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanaryArgs

    CanaryInterval int
    The number of minutes between the first and second traffic shifts of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    CanaryPercentage int
    The percentage of traffic to shift in the first increment of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    CanaryInterval int
    The number of minutes between the first and second traffic shifts of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    CanaryPercentage int
    The percentage of traffic to shift in the first increment of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canaryInterval Integer
    The number of minutes between the first and second traffic shifts of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canaryPercentage Integer
    The percentage of traffic to shift in the first increment of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canaryInterval number
    The number of minutes between the first and second traffic shifts of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canaryPercentage number
    The percentage of traffic to shift in the first increment of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canary_interval int
    The number of minutes between the first and second traffic shifts of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canary_percentage int
    The percentage of traffic to shift in the first increment of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canaryInterval Number
    The number of minutes between the first and second traffic shifts of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.
    canaryPercentage Number
    The percentage of traffic to shift in the first increment of a TimeBasedCanary deployment.

    DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinear, DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinearArgs

    LinearInterval int
    The number of minutes between each incremental traffic shift of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    LinearPercentage int
    The percentage of traffic that is shifted at the start of each increment of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    LinearInterval int
    The number of minutes between each incremental traffic shift of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    LinearPercentage int
    The percentage of traffic that is shifted at the start of each increment of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linearInterval Integer
    The number of minutes between each incremental traffic shift of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linearPercentage Integer
    The percentage of traffic that is shifted at the start of each increment of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linearInterval number
    The number of minutes between each incremental traffic shift of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linearPercentage number
    The percentage of traffic that is shifted at the start of each increment of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linear_interval int
    The number of minutes between each incremental traffic shift of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linear_percentage int
    The percentage of traffic that is shifted at the start of each increment of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linearInterval Number
    The number of minutes between each incremental traffic shift of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.
    linearPercentage Number
    The percentage of traffic that is shifted at the start of each increment of a TimeBasedLinear deployment.

    DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfig, DeploymentConfigTrafficRoutingConfigArgs

    Type string
    The type of traffic shifting ( TimeBasedCanary or TimeBasedLinear ) used by a deployment configuration.
    TimeBasedCanary Pulumi.AwsNative.CodeDeploy.Inputs.DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanary
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or ECS task set to another in two increments. The original and target Lambda function versions or ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    TimeBasedLinear Pulumi.AwsNative.CodeDeploy.Inputs.DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinear
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or Amazon ECS task set to another in equal increments, with an equal number of minutes between each increment. The original and target Lambda function versions or Amazon ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    Type string
    The type of traffic shifting ( TimeBasedCanary or TimeBasedLinear ) used by a deployment configuration.
    TimeBasedCanary DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanary
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or ECS task set to another in two increments. The original and target Lambda function versions or ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    TimeBasedLinear DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinear
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or Amazon ECS task set to another in equal increments, with an equal number of minutes between each increment. The original and target Lambda function versions or Amazon ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    type String
    The type of traffic shifting ( TimeBasedCanary or TimeBasedLinear ) used by a deployment configuration.
    timeBasedCanary DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanary
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or ECS task set to another in two increments. The original and target Lambda function versions or ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    timeBasedLinear DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinear
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or Amazon ECS task set to another in equal increments, with an equal number of minutes between each increment. The original and target Lambda function versions or Amazon ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    type string
    The type of traffic shifting ( TimeBasedCanary or TimeBasedLinear ) used by a deployment configuration.
    timeBasedCanary DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanary
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or ECS task set to another in two increments. The original and target Lambda function versions or ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    timeBasedLinear DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinear
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or Amazon ECS task set to another in equal increments, with an equal number of minutes between each increment. The original and target Lambda function versions or Amazon ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    type str
    The type of traffic shifting ( TimeBasedCanary or TimeBasedLinear ) used by a deployment configuration.
    time_based_canary DeploymentConfigTimeBasedCanary
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or ECS task set to another in two increments. The original and target Lambda function versions or ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    time_based_linear DeploymentConfigTimeBasedLinear
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or Amazon ECS task set to another in equal increments, with an equal number of minutes between each increment. The original and target Lambda function versions or Amazon ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    type String
    The type of traffic shifting ( TimeBasedCanary or TimeBasedLinear ) used by a deployment configuration.
    timeBasedCanary Property Map
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or ECS task set to another in two increments. The original and target Lambda function versions or ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.
    timeBasedLinear Property Map
    A configuration that shifts traffic from one version of a Lambda function or Amazon ECS task set to another in equal increments, with an equal number of minutes between each increment. The original and target Lambda function versions or Amazon ECS task sets are specified in the deployment's AppSpec file.

    DeploymentConfigZonalConfig, DeploymentConfigZonalConfigArgs

    FirstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds int

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to the first Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the second Availability Zone. You might set this option if you want to allow extra bake time for the first Availability Zone. If you don't specify a value for firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds , then CodeDeploy uses the monitorDurationInSeconds value for the first Availability Zone.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone Pulumi.AwsNative.CodeDeploy.Inputs.DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZone

    The number or percentage of instances that must remain available per Availability Zone during a deployment. This option works in conjunction with the MinimumHealthyHosts option. For more information, see About the minimum number of healthy hosts per Availability Zone in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    If you don't specify the minimumHealthyHostsPerZone option, then CodeDeploy uses a default value of 0 percent.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    MonitorDurationInSeconds int

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to an Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the next Availability Zone. Consider adding a monitor duration to give the deployment some time to prove itself (or 'bake') in one Availability Zone before it is released in the next zone. If you don't specify a monitorDurationInSeconds , CodeDeploy starts deploying to the next Availability Zone immediately.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    FirstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds int

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to the first Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the second Availability Zone. You might set this option if you want to allow extra bake time for the first Availability Zone. If you don't specify a value for firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds , then CodeDeploy uses the monitorDurationInSeconds value for the first Availability Zone.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    MinimumHealthyHostsPerZone DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZone

    The number or percentage of instances that must remain available per Availability Zone during a deployment. This option works in conjunction with the MinimumHealthyHosts option. For more information, see About the minimum number of healthy hosts per Availability Zone in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    If you don't specify the minimumHealthyHostsPerZone option, then CodeDeploy uses a default value of 0 percent.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    MonitorDurationInSeconds int

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to an Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the next Availability Zone. Consider adding a monitor duration to give the deployment some time to prove itself (or 'bake') in one Availability Zone before it is released in the next zone. If you don't specify a monitorDurationInSeconds , CodeDeploy starts deploying to the next Availability Zone immediately.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds Integer

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to the first Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the second Availability Zone. You might set this option if you want to allow extra bake time for the first Availability Zone. If you don't specify a value for firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds , then CodeDeploy uses the monitorDurationInSeconds value for the first Availability Zone.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    minimumHealthyHostsPerZone DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZone

    The number or percentage of instances that must remain available per Availability Zone during a deployment. This option works in conjunction with the MinimumHealthyHosts option. For more information, see About the minimum number of healthy hosts per Availability Zone in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    If you don't specify the minimumHealthyHostsPerZone option, then CodeDeploy uses a default value of 0 percent.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    monitorDurationInSeconds Integer

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to an Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the next Availability Zone. Consider adding a monitor duration to give the deployment some time to prove itself (or 'bake') in one Availability Zone before it is released in the next zone. If you don't specify a monitorDurationInSeconds , CodeDeploy starts deploying to the next Availability Zone immediately.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds number

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to the first Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the second Availability Zone. You might set this option if you want to allow extra bake time for the first Availability Zone. If you don't specify a value for firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds , then CodeDeploy uses the monitorDurationInSeconds value for the first Availability Zone.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    minimumHealthyHostsPerZone DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZone

    The number or percentage of instances that must remain available per Availability Zone during a deployment. This option works in conjunction with the MinimumHealthyHosts option. For more information, see About the minimum number of healthy hosts per Availability Zone in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    If you don't specify the minimumHealthyHostsPerZone option, then CodeDeploy uses a default value of 0 percent.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    monitorDurationInSeconds number

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to an Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the next Availability Zone. Consider adding a monitor duration to give the deployment some time to prove itself (or 'bake') in one Availability Zone before it is released in the next zone. If you don't specify a monitorDurationInSeconds , CodeDeploy starts deploying to the next Availability Zone immediately.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    first_zone_monitor_duration_in_seconds int

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to the first Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the second Availability Zone. You might set this option if you want to allow extra bake time for the first Availability Zone. If you don't specify a value for firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds , then CodeDeploy uses the monitorDurationInSeconds value for the first Availability Zone.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    minimum_healthy_hosts_per_zone DeploymentConfigMinimumHealthyHostsPerZone

    The number or percentage of instances that must remain available per Availability Zone during a deployment. This option works in conjunction with the MinimumHealthyHosts option. For more information, see About the minimum number of healthy hosts per Availability Zone in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    If you don't specify the minimumHealthyHostsPerZone option, then CodeDeploy uses a default value of 0 percent.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    monitor_duration_in_seconds int

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to an Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the next Availability Zone. Consider adding a monitor duration to give the deployment some time to prove itself (or 'bake') in one Availability Zone before it is released in the next zone. If you don't specify a monitorDurationInSeconds , CodeDeploy starts deploying to the next Availability Zone immediately.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds Number

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to the first Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the second Availability Zone. You might set this option if you want to allow extra bake time for the first Availability Zone. If you don't specify a value for firstZoneMonitorDurationInSeconds , then CodeDeploy uses the monitorDurationInSeconds value for the first Availability Zone.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    minimumHealthyHostsPerZone Property Map

    The number or percentage of instances that must remain available per Availability Zone during a deployment. This option works in conjunction with the MinimumHealthyHosts option. For more information, see About the minimum number of healthy hosts per Availability Zone in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    If you don't specify the minimumHealthyHostsPerZone option, then CodeDeploy uses a default value of 0 percent.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    monitorDurationInSeconds Number

    The period of time, in seconds, that CodeDeploy must wait after completing a deployment to an Availability Zone. CodeDeploy will wait this amount of time before starting a deployment to the next Availability Zone. Consider adding a monitor duration to give the deployment some time to prove itself (or 'bake') in one Availability Zone before it is released in the next zone. If you don't specify a monitorDurationInSeconds , CodeDeploy starts deploying to the next Availability Zone immediately.

    For more information about the zonal configuration feature, see zonal configuration in the CodeDeploy User Guide .

    Package Details

    Repository
    AWS Native pulumi/pulumi-aws-native
    License
    Apache-2.0
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    AWS Native is in preview. AWS Classic is fully supported.

    AWS Native v0.111.0 published on Tuesday, Jul 9, 2024 by Pulumi