Run an RSS Service with Miniflux
Miniflux is an open-source RSS service written in Go and backed by PostgreSQL. This example demonstrates how to stand up a Miniflux service using AWS Fargate and RDS.
Deploying the App
Clone this repo, change to this directory, then create a new stack for the project:
pulumi stack init
Apply the required configuration properties, making adjustments as you like, and taking care to choose strong passwords for the database user and service administrator (which will be stored as encrypted Pulumi secrets:
pulumi config set aws:region us-west-2 pulumi config set db_name miniflux pulumi config set db_username miniflux pulumi config set db_password <YOUR_PASSWORD> --secret pulumi config set admin_username admin pulumi config set admin_password <YOUR_PASSWORD> --secret
With your configuration values applied, stand up the service:
In a few minutes, your service will be up and running, with the service URL printed as a Pulumi stack output.
... Outputs: url: "http://lb-f90d03f-5c638bd4535d4c6a.elb.us-west-2.amazonaws.com:8080"
Sign in using the administrative user and password you configured above, and start RSSing!
When you’re ready, destroy your stack and remove it:
pulumi destroy --yes pulumi stack rm --yes