Azure Native

v1.78.0 published on Wednesday, Sep 14, 2022 by Pulumi

Application

The application resource. API Version: 2020-03-01.

Example Usage

Put an application with maximum parameters

using System.Collections.Generic;
using Pulumi;
using AzureNative = Pulumi.AzureNative;

return await Deployment.RunAsync(() => 
{
    var application = new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Application("application", new()
    {
        ApplicationName = "myApp",
        ClusterName = "myCluster",
        MaximumNodes = 3,
        Metrics = new[]
        {
            new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs
            {
                MaximumCapacity = 3,
                Name = "metric1",
                ReservationCapacity = 1,
                TotalApplicationCapacity = 5,
            },
        },
        MinimumNodes = 1,
        Parameters = 
        {
            { "param1", "value1" },
        },
        RemoveApplicationCapacity = false,
        ResourceGroupName = "resRg",
        TypeName = "myAppType",
        TypeVersion = "1.0",
        UpgradePolicy = new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs
        {
            ApplicationHealthPolicy = new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmApplicationHealthPolicyArgs
            {
                ConsiderWarningAsError = true,
                DefaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy = new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyArgs
                {
                    MaxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService = 0,
                    MaxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition = 0,
                    MaxPercentUnhealthyServices = 0,
                },
                MaxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications = 0,
            },
            ForceRestart = false,
            RollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy = new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyArgs
            {
                FailureAction = "Rollback",
                HealthCheckRetryTimeout = "00:10:00",
                HealthCheckStableDuration = "00:05:00",
                HealthCheckWaitDuration = "00:02:00",
                UpgradeDomainTimeout = "1.06:00:00",
                UpgradeTimeout = "01:00:00",
            },
            UpgradeMode = "Monitored",
            UpgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout = "01:00:00",
        },
    });

});
package main

import (
	servicefabric "github.com/pulumi/pulumi-azure-native/sdk/go/azure/servicefabric"
	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
)

func main() {
	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
		_, err := servicefabric.NewApplication(ctx, "application", &servicefabric.ApplicationArgs{
			ApplicationName: pulumi.String("myApp"),
			ClusterName:     pulumi.String("myCluster"),
			MaximumNodes:    pulumi.Float64(3),
			Metrics: []servicefabric.ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs{
				&servicefabric.ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs{
					MaximumCapacity:          pulumi.Float64(3),
					Name:                     pulumi.String("metric1"),
					ReservationCapacity:      pulumi.Float64(1),
					TotalApplicationCapacity: pulumi.Float64(5),
				},
			},
			MinimumNodes: pulumi.Float64(1),
			Parameters: pulumi.StringMap{
				"param1": pulumi.String("value1"),
			},
			RemoveApplicationCapacity: pulumi.Bool(false),
			ResourceGroupName:         pulumi.String("resRg"),
			TypeName:                  pulumi.String("myAppType"),
			TypeVersion:               pulumi.String("1.0"),
			UpgradePolicy: &servicefabric.ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs{
				ApplicationHealthPolicy: &servicefabric.ArmApplicationHealthPolicyArgs{
					ConsiderWarningAsError: pulumi.Bool(true),
					DefaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy: &servicefabric.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyArgs{
						MaxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService: pulumi.Int(0),
						MaxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition: pulumi.Int(0),
						MaxPercentUnhealthyServices:             pulumi.Int(0),
					},
					MaxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications: pulumi.Int(0),
				},
				ForceRestart: pulumi.Bool(false),
				RollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy: &servicefabric.ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyArgs{
					FailureAction:             pulumi.String("Rollback"),
					HealthCheckRetryTimeout:   pulumi.String("00:10:00"),
					HealthCheckStableDuration: pulumi.String("00:05:00"),
					HealthCheckWaitDuration:   pulumi.String("00:02:00"),
					UpgradeDomainTimeout:      pulumi.String("1.06:00:00"),
					UpgradeTimeout:            pulumi.String("01:00:00"),
				},
				UpgradeMode:                   pulumi.String("Monitored"),
				UpgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout: pulumi.String("01:00:00"),
			},
		})
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		return nil
	})
}
package generated_program;

import com.pulumi.Context;
import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
import com.pulumi.core.Output;
import com.pulumi.azurenative.servicefabric.Application;
import com.pulumi.azurenative.servicefabric.ApplicationArgs;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Map;
import java.io.File;
import java.nio.file.Files;
import java.nio.file.Paths;

public class App {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Pulumi.run(App::stack);
    }

    public static void stack(Context ctx) {
        var application = new Application("application", ApplicationArgs.builder()        
            .applicationName("myApp")
            .clusterName("myCluster")
            .maximumNodes(3)
            .metrics(Map.ofEntries(
                Map.entry("maximumCapacity", 3),
                Map.entry("name", "metric1"),
                Map.entry("reservationCapacity", 1),
                Map.entry("totalApplicationCapacity", 5)
            ))
            .minimumNodes(1)
            .parameters(Map.of("param1", "value1"))
            .removeApplicationCapacity(false)
            .resourceGroupName("resRg")
            .typeName("myAppType")
            .typeVersion("1.0")
            .upgradePolicy(Map.ofEntries(
                Map.entry("applicationHealthPolicy", Map.ofEntries(
                    Map.entry("considerWarningAsError", true),
                    Map.entry("defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy", Map.ofEntries(
                        Map.entry("maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService", 0),
                        Map.entry("maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition", 0),
                        Map.entry("maxPercentUnhealthyServices", 0)
                    )),
                    Map.entry("maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications", 0)
                )),
                Map.entry("forceRestart", false),
                Map.entry("rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy", Map.ofEntries(
                    Map.entry("failureAction", "Rollback"),
                    Map.entry("healthCheckRetryTimeout", "00:10:00"),
                    Map.entry("healthCheckStableDuration", "00:05:00"),
                    Map.entry("healthCheckWaitDuration", "00:02:00"),
                    Map.entry("upgradeDomainTimeout", "1.06:00:00"),
                    Map.entry("upgradeTimeout", "01:00:00")
                )),
                Map.entry("upgradeMode", "Monitored"),
                Map.entry("upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout", "01:00:00")
            ))
            .build());

    }
}
import pulumi
import pulumi_azure_native as azure_native

application = azure_native.servicefabric.Application("application",
    application_name="myApp",
    cluster_name="myCluster",
    maximum_nodes=3,
    metrics=[azure_native.servicefabric.ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs(
        maximum_capacity=3,
        name="metric1",
        reservation_capacity=1,
        total_application_capacity=5,
    )],
    minimum_nodes=1,
    parameters={
        "param1": "value1",
    },
    remove_application_capacity=False,
    resource_group_name="resRg",
    type_name="myAppType",
    type_version="1.0",
    upgrade_policy=azure_native.servicefabric.ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs(
        application_health_policy=azure_native.servicefabric.ArmApplicationHealthPolicyArgs(
            consider_warning_as_error=True,
            default_service_type_health_policy=azure_native.servicefabric.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyArgs(
                max_percent_unhealthy_partitions_per_service=0,
                max_percent_unhealthy_replicas_per_partition=0,
                max_percent_unhealthy_services=0,
            ),
            max_percent_unhealthy_deployed_applications=0,
        ),
        force_restart=False,
        rolling_upgrade_monitoring_policy=azure_native.servicefabric.ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyArgs(
            failure_action="Rollback",
            health_check_retry_timeout="00:10:00",
            health_check_stable_duration="00:05:00",
            health_check_wait_duration="00:02:00",
            upgrade_domain_timeout="1.06:00:00",
            upgrade_timeout="01:00:00",
        ),
        upgrade_mode="Monitored",
        upgrade_replica_set_check_timeout="01:00:00",
    ))
import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
import * as azure_native from "@pulumi/azure-native";

const application = new azure_native.servicefabric.Application("application", {
    applicationName: "myApp",
    clusterName: "myCluster",
    maximumNodes: 3,
    metrics: [{
        maximumCapacity: 3,
        name: "metric1",
        reservationCapacity: 1,
        totalApplicationCapacity: 5,
    }],
    minimumNodes: 1,
    parameters: {
        param1: "value1",
    },
    removeApplicationCapacity: false,
    resourceGroupName: "resRg",
    typeName: "myAppType",
    typeVersion: "1.0",
    upgradePolicy: {
        applicationHealthPolicy: {
            considerWarningAsError: true,
            defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy: {
                maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService: 0,
                maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition: 0,
                maxPercentUnhealthyServices: 0,
            },
            maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications: 0,
        },
        forceRestart: false,
        rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy: {
            failureAction: "Rollback",
            healthCheckRetryTimeout: "00:10:00",
            healthCheckStableDuration: "00:05:00",
            healthCheckWaitDuration: "00:02:00",
            upgradeDomainTimeout: "1.06:00:00",
            upgradeTimeout: "01:00:00",
        },
        upgradeMode: "Monitored",
        upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout: "01:00:00",
    },
});
resources:
  application:
    type: azure-native:servicefabric:Application
    properties:
      applicationName: myApp
      clusterName: myCluster
      maximumNodes: 3
      metrics:
        - maximumCapacity: 3
          name: metric1
          reservationCapacity: 1
          totalApplicationCapacity: 5
      minimumNodes: 1
      parameters:
        param1: value1
      removeApplicationCapacity: false
      resourceGroupName: resRg
      typeName: myAppType
      typeVersion: 1.0
      upgradePolicy:
        applicationHealthPolicy:
          considerWarningAsError: true
          defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy:
            maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService: 0
            maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition: 0
            maxPercentUnhealthyServices: 0
          maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications: 0
        forceRestart: false
        rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy:
          failureAction: Rollback
          healthCheckRetryTimeout: 00:10:00
          healthCheckStableDuration: 00:05:00
          healthCheckWaitDuration: 00:02:00
          upgradeDomainTimeout: 1.06:00:00
          upgradeTimeout: 01:00:00
        upgradeMode: Monitored
        upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout: 01:00:00

Put an application with minimum parameters

using System.Collections.Generic;
using Pulumi;
using AzureNative = Pulumi.AzureNative;

return await Deployment.RunAsync(() => 
{
    var application = new AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Application("application", new()
    {
        ApplicationName = "myApp",
        ClusterName = "myCluster",
        RemoveApplicationCapacity = false,
        ResourceGroupName = "resRg",
        TypeName = "myAppType",
        TypeVersion = "1.0",
    });

});
package main

import (
	servicefabric "github.com/pulumi/pulumi-azure-native/sdk/go/azure/servicefabric"
	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
)

func main() {
	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
		_, err := servicefabric.NewApplication(ctx, "application", &servicefabric.ApplicationArgs{
			ApplicationName:           pulumi.String("myApp"),
			ClusterName:               pulumi.String("myCluster"),
			RemoveApplicationCapacity: pulumi.Bool(false),
			ResourceGroupName:         pulumi.String("resRg"),
			TypeName:                  pulumi.String("myAppType"),
			TypeVersion:               pulumi.String("1.0"),
		})
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		return nil
	})
}
package generated_program;

import com.pulumi.Context;
import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
import com.pulumi.core.Output;
import com.pulumi.azurenative.servicefabric.Application;
import com.pulumi.azurenative.servicefabric.ApplicationArgs;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Map;
import java.io.File;
import java.nio.file.Files;
import java.nio.file.Paths;

public class App {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Pulumi.run(App::stack);
    }

    public static void stack(Context ctx) {
        var application = new Application("application", ApplicationArgs.builder()        
            .applicationName("myApp")
            .clusterName("myCluster")
            .removeApplicationCapacity(false)
            .resourceGroupName("resRg")
            .typeName("myAppType")
            .typeVersion("1.0")
            .build());

    }
}
import pulumi
import pulumi_azure_native as azure_native

application = azure_native.servicefabric.Application("application",
    application_name="myApp",
    cluster_name="myCluster",
    remove_application_capacity=False,
    resource_group_name="resRg",
    type_name="myAppType",
    type_version="1.0")
import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
import * as azure_native from "@pulumi/azure-native";

const application = new azure_native.servicefabric.Application("application", {
    applicationName: "myApp",
    clusterName: "myCluster",
    removeApplicationCapacity: false,
    resourceGroupName: "resRg",
    typeName: "myAppType",
    typeVersion: "1.0",
});
resources:
  application:
    type: azure-native:servicefabric:Application
    properties:
      applicationName: myApp
      clusterName: myCluster
      removeApplicationCapacity: false
      resourceGroupName: resRg
      typeName: myAppType
      typeVersion: 1.0

Create a Application Resource

new Application(name: string, args: ApplicationArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
@overload
def Application(resource_name: str,
                opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                application_name: Optional[str] = None,
                cluster_name: Optional[str] = None,
                identity: Optional[ManagedIdentityArgs] = None,
                location: Optional[str] = None,
                managed_identities: Optional[Sequence[ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityArgs]] = None,
                maximum_nodes: Optional[float] = None,
                metrics: Optional[Sequence[ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs]] = None,
                minimum_nodes: Optional[float] = None,
                parameters: Optional[Mapping[str, str]] = None,
                remove_application_capacity: Optional[bool] = None,
                resource_group_name: Optional[str] = None,
                tags: Optional[Mapping[str, str]] = None,
                type_name: Optional[str] = None,
                type_version: Optional[str] = None,
                upgrade_policy: Optional[ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs] = None)
@overload
def Application(resource_name: str,
                args: ApplicationArgs,
                opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
func NewApplication(ctx *Context, name string, args ApplicationArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*Application, error)
public Application(string name, ApplicationArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public Application(String name, ApplicationArgs args)
public Application(String name, ApplicationArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
type: azure-native:servicefabric:Application
properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

name string
The unique name of the resource.
args ApplicationArgs
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 ApplicationArgs
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 ApplicationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOption
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args ApplicationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name String
The unique name of the resource.
args ApplicationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
options CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

Application 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 Application resource accepts the following input properties:

ClusterName string

The name of the cluster resource.

ResourceGroupName string

The name of the resource group.

ApplicationName string

The name of the application resource.

Identity Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ManagedIdentityArgs

Describes the managed identities for an Azure resource.

Location string

It will be deprecated in New API, resource location depends on the parent resource.

ManagedIdentities List<Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityArgs>

List of user assigned identities for the application, each mapped to a friendly name.

MaximumNodes double

The maximum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. By default, the value of this property is zero and it means that the services can be placed on any node.

Metrics List<Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs>

List of application capacity metric description.

MinimumNodes double

The minimum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. If this property is set to zero, no capacity will be reserved. The value of this property cannot be more than the value of the MaximumNodes property.

Parameters Dictionary<string, string>

List of application parameters with overridden values from their default values specified in the application manifest.

RemoveApplicationCapacity bool

Remove the current application capacity settings.

Tags Dictionary<string, string>

Azure resource tags.

TypeName string

The application type name as defined in the application manifest.

TypeVersion string

The version of the application type as defined in the application manifest.

UpgradePolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs

Describes the policy for a monitored application upgrade.

ClusterName string

The name of the cluster resource.

ResourceGroupName string

The name of the resource group.

ApplicationName string

The name of the application resource.

Identity ManagedIdentityArgs

Describes the managed identities for an Azure resource.

Location string

It will be deprecated in New API, resource location depends on the parent resource.

ManagedIdentities []ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityArgs

List of user assigned identities for the application, each mapped to a friendly name.

MaximumNodes float64

The maximum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. By default, the value of this property is zero and it means that the services can be placed on any node.

Metrics []ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs

List of application capacity metric description.

MinimumNodes float64

The minimum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. If this property is set to zero, no capacity will be reserved. The value of this property cannot be more than the value of the MaximumNodes property.

Parameters map[string]string

List of application parameters with overridden values from their default values specified in the application manifest.

RemoveApplicationCapacity bool

Remove the current application capacity settings.

Tags map[string]string

Azure resource tags.

TypeName string

The application type name as defined in the application manifest.

TypeVersion string

The version of the application type as defined in the application manifest.

UpgradePolicy ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs

Describes the policy for a monitored application upgrade.

clusterName String

The name of the cluster resource.

resourceGroupName String

The name of the resource group.

applicationName String

The name of the application resource.

identity ManagedIdentityArgs

Describes the managed identities for an Azure resource.

location String

It will be deprecated in New API, resource location depends on the parent resource.

managedIdentities List<ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityArgs>

List of user assigned identities for the application, each mapped to a friendly name.

maximumNodes Double

The maximum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. By default, the value of this property is zero and it means that the services can be placed on any node.

metrics List<ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs>

List of application capacity metric description.

minimumNodes Double

The minimum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. If this property is set to zero, no capacity will be reserved. The value of this property cannot be more than the value of the MaximumNodes property.

parameters Map<String,String>

List of application parameters with overridden values from their default values specified in the application manifest.

removeApplicationCapacity Boolean

Remove the current application capacity settings.

tags Map<String,String>

Azure resource tags.

typeName String

The application type name as defined in the application manifest.

typeVersion String

The version of the application type as defined in the application manifest.

upgradePolicy ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs

Describes the policy for a monitored application upgrade.

clusterName string

The name of the cluster resource.

resourceGroupName string

The name of the resource group.

applicationName string

The name of the application resource.

identity ManagedIdentityArgs

Describes the managed identities for an Azure resource.

location string

It will be deprecated in New API, resource location depends on the parent resource.

managedIdentities ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityArgs[]

List of user assigned identities for the application, each mapped to a friendly name.

maximumNodes number

The maximum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. By default, the value of this property is zero and it means that the services can be placed on any node.

metrics ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs[]

List of application capacity metric description.

minimumNodes number

The minimum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. If this property is set to zero, no capacity will be reserved. The value of this property cannot be more than the value of the MaximumNodes property.

parameters {[key: string]: string}

List of application parameters with overridden values from their default values specified in the application manifest.

removeApplicationCapacity boolean

Remove the current application capacity settings.

tags {[key: string]: string}

Azure resource tags.

typeName string

The application type name as defined in the application manifest.

typeVersion string

The version of the application type as defined in the application manifest.

upgradePolicy ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs

Describes the policy for a monitored application upgrade.

cluster_name str

The name of the cluster resource.

resource_group_name str

The name of the resource group.

application_name str

The name of the application resource.

identity ManagedIdentityArgs

Describes the managed identities for an Azure resource.

location str

It will be deprecated in New API, resource location depends on the parent resource.

managed_identities Sequence[ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityArgs]

List of user assigned identities for the application, each mapped to a friendly name.

maximum_nodes float

The maximum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. By default, the value of this property is zero and it means that the services can be placed on any node.

metrics Sequence[ApplicationMetricDescriptionArgs]

List of application capacity metric description.

minimum_nodes float

The minimum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. If this property is set to zero, no capacity will be reserved. The value of this property cannot be more than the value of the MaximumNodes property.

parameters Mapping[str, str]

List of application parameters with overridden values from their default values specified in the application manifest.

remove_application_capacity bool

Remove the current application capacity settings.

tags Mapping[str, str]

Azure resource tags.

type_name str

The application type name as defined in the application manifest.

type_version str

The version of the application type as defined in the application manifest.

upgrade_policy ApplicationUpgradePolicyArgs

Describes the policy for a monitored application upgrade.

clusterName String

The name of the cluster resource.

resourceGroupName String

The name of the resource group.

applicationName String

The name of the application resource.

identity Property Map

Describes the managed identities for an Azure resource.

location String

It will be deprecated in New API, resource location depends on the parent resource.

managedIdentities List<Property Map>

List of user assigned identities for the application, each mapped to a friendly name.

maximumNodes Number

The maximum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. By default, the value of this property is zero and it means that the services can be placed on any node.

metrics List<Property Map>

List of application capacity metric description.

minimumNodes Number

The minimum number of nodes where Service Fabric will reserve capacity for this application. Note that this does not mean that the services of this application will be placed on all of those nodes. If this property is set to zero, no capacity will be reserved. The value of this property cannot be more than the value of the MaximumNodes property.

parameters Map<String>

List of application parameters with overridden values from their default values specified in the application manifest.

removeApplicationCapacity Boolean

Remove the current application capacity settings.

tags Map<String>

Azure resource tags.

typeName String

The application type name as defined in the application manifest.

typeVersion String

The version of the application type as defined in the application manifest.

upgradePolicy Property Map

Describes the policy for a monitored application upgrade.

Outputs

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

Etag string

Azure resource etag.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Name string

Azure resource name.

ProvisioningState string

The current deployment or provisioning state, which only appears in the response

Type string

Azure resource type.

Etag string

Azure resource etag.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Name string

Azure resource name.

ProvisioningState string

The current deployment or provisioning state, which only appears in the response

Type string

Azure resource type.

etag String

Azure resource etag.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

name String

Azure resource name.

provisioningState String

The current deployment or provisioning state, which only appears in the response

type String

Azure resource type.

etag string

Azure resource etag.

id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

name string

Azure resource name.

provisioningState string

The current deployment or provisioning state, which only appears in the response

type string

Azure resource type.

etag str

Azure resource etag.

id str

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

name str

Azure resource name.

provisioning_state str

The current deployment or provisioning state, which only appears in the response

type str

Azure resource type.

etag String

Azure resource etag.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

name String

Azure resource name.

provisioningState String

The current deployment or provisioning state, which only appears in the response

type String

Azure resource type.

Supporting Types

ApplicationMetricDescription

MaximumCapacity double

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

Name string

The name of the metric.

ReservationCapacity double

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

TotalApplicationCapacity double

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

MaximumCapacity float64

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

Name string

The name of the metric.

ReservationCapacity float64

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

TotalApplicationCapacity float64

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximumCapacity Double

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name String

The name of the metric.

reservationCapacity Double

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

totalApplicationCapacity Double

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximumCapacity number

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name string

The name of the metric.

reservationCapacity number

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

totalApplicationCapacity number

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximum_capacity float

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name str

The name of the metric.

reservation_capacity float

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

total_application_capacity float

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximumCapacity Number

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name String

The name of the metric.

reservationCapacity Number

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

totalApplicationCapacity Number

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

ApplicationMetricDescriptionResponse

MaximumCapacity double

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

Name string

The name of the metric.

ReservationCapacity double

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

TotalApplicationCapacity double

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

MaximumCapacity float64

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

Name string

The name of the metric.

ReservationCapacity float64

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

TotalApplicationCapacity float64

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximumCapacity Double

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name String

The name of the metric.

reservationCapacity Double

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

totalApplicationCapacity Double

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximumCapacity number

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name string

The name of the metric.

reservationCapacity number

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

totalApplicationCapacity number

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximum_capacity float

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name str

The name of the metric.

reservation_capacity float

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

total_application_capacity float

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

maximumCapacity Number

The maximum node capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the maximum Load for an instance of this application on a single node. Even if the capacity of node is greater than this value, Service Fabric will limit the total load of services within the application on each node to this value. If set to zero, capacity for this metric is unlimited on each node. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity. When updating existing application with application capacity, the product of MaximumNodes and this value must always be smaller than or equal to TotalApplicationCapacity.

name String

The name of the metric.

reservationCapacity Number

The node reservation capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the amount of load which is reserved on nodes which have instances of this application. If MinimumNodes is specified, then the product of these values will be the capacity reserved in the cluster for the application. If set to zero, no capacity is reserved for this metric. When setting application capacity or when updating application capacity; this value must be smaller than or equal to MaximumCapacity for each metric.

totalApplicationCapacity Number

The total metric capacity for Service Fabric application. This is the total metric capacity for this application in the cluster. Service Fabric will try to limit the sum of loads of services within the application to this value. When creating a new application with application capacity defined, the product of MaximumNodes and MaximumCapacity must always be smaller than or equal to this value.

ApplicationUpgradePolicy

ApplicationHealthPolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmApplicationHealthPolicy

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

ForceRestart bool

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

RecreateApplication bool

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

RollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

UpgradeMode string | Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.RollingUpgradeMode

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

UpgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout string

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

ApplicationHealthPolicy ArmApplicationHealthPolicy

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

ForceRestart bool

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

RecreateApplication bool

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

RollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

UpgradeMode string | RollingUpgradeMode

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

UpgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout string

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

applicationHealthPolicy ArmApplicationHealthPolicy

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

forceRestart Boolean

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreateApplication Boolean

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgradeMode String | RollingUpgradeMode

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout String

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

applicationHealthPolicy ArmApplicationHealthPolicy

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

forceRestart boolean

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreateApplication boolean

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgradeMode string | RollingUpgradeMode

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout string

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

application_health_policy ArmApplicationHealthPolicy

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

force_restart bool

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreate_application bool

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rolling_upgrade_monitoring_policy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgrade_mode str | RollingUpgradeMode

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgrade_replica_set_check_timeout str

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

applicationHealthPolicy Property Map

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

forceRestart Boolean

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreateApplication Boolean

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy Property Map

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgradeMode String | "Invalid" | "UnmonitoredAuto" | "UnmonitoredManual" | "Monitored"

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout String

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

ApplicationUpgradePolicyResponse

ApplicationHealthPolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmApplicationHealthPolicyResponse

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

ForceRestart bool

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

RecreateApplication bool

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

RollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyResponse

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

UpgradeMode string

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

UpgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout string

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

ApplicationHealthPolicy ArmApplicationHealthPolicyResponse

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

ForceRestart bool

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

RecreateApplication bool

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

RollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyResponse

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

UpgradeMode string

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

UpgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout string

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

applicationHealthPolicy ArmApplicationHealthPolicyResponse

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

forceRestart Boolean

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreateApplication Boolean

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyResponse

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgradeMode String

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout String

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

applicationHealthPolicy ArmApplicationHealthPolicyResponse

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

forceRestart boolean

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreateApplication boolean

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyResponse

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgradeMode string

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout string

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

application_health_policy ArmApplicationHealthPolicyResponse

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

force_restart bool

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreate_application bool

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rolling_upgrade_monitoring_policy ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyResponse

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgrade_mode str

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgrade_replica_set_check_timeout str

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

applicationHealthPolicy Property Map

Defines a health policy used to evaluate the health of an application or one of its children entities.

forceRestart Boolean

If true, then processes are forcefully restarted during upgrade even when the code version has not changed (the upgrade only changes configuration or data).

recreateApplication Boolean

Determines whether the application should be recreated on update. If value=true, the rest of the upgrade policy parameters are not allowed and it will result in availability loss.

rollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy Property Map

The policy used for monitoring the application upgrade

upgradeMode String

The mode used to monitor health during a rolling upgrade. The values are UnmonitoredAuto, UnmonitoredManual, and Monitored.

upgradeReplicaSetCheckTimeout String

The maximum amount of time to block processing of an upgrade domain and prevent loss of availability when there are unexpected issues. When this timeout expires, processing of the upgrade domain will proceed regardless of availability loss issues. The timeout is reset at the start of each upgrade domain. Valid values are between 0 and 42949672925 inclusive. (unsigned 32-bit integer).

ApplicationUserAssignedIdentity

Name string

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

Name string

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name String

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principalId String

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name string

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name str

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principal_id str

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name String

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principalId String

The principal id of user assigned identity.

ApplicationUserAssignedIdentityResponse

Name string

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

Name string

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name String

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principalId String

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name string

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name str

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principal_id str

The principal id of user assigned identity.

name String

The friendly name of user assigned identity.

principalId String

The principal id of user assigned identity.

ArmApplicationHealthPolicy

ConsiderWarningAsError bool

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

DefaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

MaxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications int

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

ServiceTypeHealthPolicyMap Dictionary<string, Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy>

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

ConsiderWarningAsError bool

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

DefaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

MaxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications int

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

ServiceTypeHealthPolicyMap map[string]ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

considerWarningAsError Boolean

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications Integer

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

serviceTypeHealthPolicyMap Map<String,ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy>

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

considerWarningAsError boolean

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications number

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

serviceTypeHealthPolicyMap {[key: string]: ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy}

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

consider_warning_as_error bool

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

default_service_type_health_policy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

max_percent_unhealthy_deployed_applications int

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

service_type_health_policy_map Mapping[str, ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy]

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

considerWarningAsError Boolean

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy Property Map

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications Number

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

serviceTypeHealthPolicyMap Map<Property Map>

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

ArmApplicationHealthPolicyResponse

ConsiderWarningAsError bool

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

DefaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

MaxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications int

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

ServiceTypeHealthPolicyMap Dictionary<string, Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse>

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

ConsiderWarningAsError bool

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

DefaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

MaxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications int

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

ServiceTypeHealthPolicyMap map[string]ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

considerWarningAsError Boolean

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications Integer

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

serviceTypeHealthPolicyMap Map<String,ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse>

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

considerWarningAsError boolean

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications number

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

serviceTypeHealthPolicyMap {[key: string]: ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse}

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

consider_warning_as_error bool

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

default_service_type_health_policy ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

max_percent_unhealthy_deployed_applications int

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

service_type_health_policy_map Mapping[str, ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse]

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

considerWarningAsError Boolean

Indicates whether warnings are treated with the same severity as errors.

defaultServiceTypeHealthPolicy Property Map

The health policy used by default to evaluate the health of a service type.

maxPercentUnhealthyDeployedApplications Number

The maximum allowed percentage of unhealthy deployed applications. Allowed values are Byte values from zero to 100. The percentage represents the maximum tolerated percentage of deployed applications that can be unhealthy before the application is considered in error. This is calculated by dividing the number of unhealthy deployed applications over the number of nodes where the application is currently deployed on in the cluster. The computation rounds up to tolerate one failure on small numbers of nodes. Default percentage is zero.

serviceTypeHealthPolicyMap Map<Property Map>

The map with service type health policy per service type name. The map is empty by default.

ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicy

FailureAction string | Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.ArmUpgradeFailureAction

The activation Mode of the service package

HealthCheckRetryTimeout string

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckStableDuration string

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckWaitDuration string

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeDomainTimeout string

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeTimeout string

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

FailureAction string | ArmUpgradeFailureAction

The activation Mode of the service package

HealthCheckRetryTimeout string

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckStableDuration string

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckWaitDuration string

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeDomainTimeout string

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeTimeout string

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failureAction String | ArmUpgradeFailureAction

The activation Mode of the service package

healthCheckRetryTimeout String

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckStableDuration String

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckWaitDuration String

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeDomainTimeout String

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeTimeout String

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failureAction string | ArmUpgradeFailureAction

The activation Mode of the service package

healthCheckRetryTimeout string

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckStableDuration string

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckWaitDuration string

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeDomainTimeout string

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeTimeout string

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failure_action str | ArmUpgradeFailureAction

The activation Mode of the service package

health_check_retry_timeout str

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

health_check_stable_duration str

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

health_check_wait_duration str

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgrade_domain_timeout str

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgrade_timeout str

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failureAction String | "Rollback" | "Manual"

The activation Mode of the service package

healthCheckRetryTimeout String

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckStableDuration String

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckWaitDuration String

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeDomainTimeout String

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeTimeout String

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

ArmRollingUpgradeMonitoringPolicyResponse

FailureAction string

The activation Mode of the service package

HealthCheckRetryTimeout string

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckStableDuration string

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckWaitDuration string

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeDomainTimeout string

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeTimeout string

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

FailureAction string

The activation Mode of the service package

HealthCheckRetryTimeout string

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckStableDuration string

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

HealthCheckWaitDuration string

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeDomainTimeout string

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

UpgradeTimeout string

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failureAction String

The activation Mode of the service package

healthCheckRetryTimeout String

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckStableDuration String

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckWaitDuration String

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeDomainTimeout String

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeTimeout String

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failureAction string

The activation Mode of the service package

healthCheckRetryTimeout string

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckStableDuration string

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckWaitDuration string

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeDomainTimeout string

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeTimeout string

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failure_action str

The activation Mode of the service package

health_check_retry_timeout str

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

health_check_stable_duration str

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

health_check_wait_duration str

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgrade_domain_timeout str

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgrade_timeout str

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

failureAction String

The activation Mode of the service package

healthCheckRetryTimeout String

The amount of time to retry health evaluation when the application or cluster is unhealthy before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckStableDuration String

The amount of time that the application or cluster must remain healthy before the upgrade proceeds to the next upgrade domain. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

healthCheckWaitDuration String

The amount of time to wait after completing an upgrade domain before applying health policies. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeDomainTimeout String

The amount of time each upgrade domain has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

upgradeTimeout String

The amount of time the overall upgrade has to complete before FailureAction is executed. It is first interpreted as a string representing an ISO 8601 duration. If that fails, then it is interpreted as a number representing the total number of milliseconds.

ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicy

MaxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService int

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition int

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyServices int

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService int

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition int

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyServices int

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService Integer

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition Integer

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyServices Integer

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService number

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition number

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyServices number

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

max_percent_unhealthy_partitions_per_service int

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

max_percent_unhealthy_replicas_per_partition int

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

max_percent_unhealthy_services int

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService Number

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition Number

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyServices Number

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

ArmServiceTypeHealthPolicyResponse

MaxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService int

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition int

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyServices int

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService int

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition int

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

MaxPercentUnhealthyServices int

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService Integer

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition Integer

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyServices Integer

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService number

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition number

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyServices number

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

max_percent_unhealthy_partitions_per_service int

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

max_percent_unhealthy_replicas_per_partition int

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

max_percent_unhealthy_services int

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyPartitionsPerService Number

The maximum percentage of partitions per service allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyReplicasPerPartition Number

The maximum percentage of replicas per partition allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

maxPercentUnhealthyServices Number

The maximum percentage of services allowed to be unhealthy before your application is considered in error.

ArmUpgradeFailureAction

Rollback
Rollback

Indicates that a rollback of the upgrade will be performed by Service Fabric if the upgrade fails.

Manual
Manual

Indicates that a manual repair will need to be performed by the administrator if the upgrade fails. Service Fabric will not proceed to the next upgrade domain automatically.

ArmUpgradeFailureActionRollback
Rollback

Indicates that a rollback of the upgrade will be performed by Service Fabric if the upgrade fails.

ArmUpgradeFailureActionManual
Manual

Indicates that a manual repair will need to be performed by the administrator if the upgrade fails. Service Fabric will not proceed to the next upgrade domain automatically.

Rollback
Rollback

Indicates that a rollback of the upgrade will be performed by Service Fabric if the upgrade fails.

Manual
Manual

Indicates that a manual repair will need to be performed by the administrator if the upgrade fails. Service Fabric will not proceed to the next upgrade domain automatically.

Rollback
Rollback

Indicates that a rollback of the upgrade will be performed by Service Fabric if the upgrade fails.

Manual
Manual

Indicates that a manual repair will need to be performed by the administrator if the upgrade fails. Service Fabric will not proceed to the next upgrade domain automatically.

ROLLBACK
Rollback

Indicates that a rollback of the upgrade will be performed by Service Fabric if the upgrade fails.

MANUAL
Manual

Indicates that a manual repair will need to be performed by the administrator if the upgrade fails. Service Fabric will not proceed to the next upgrade domain automatically.

"Rollback"
Rollback

Indicates that a rollback of the upgrade will be performed by Service Fabric if the upgrade fails.

"Manual"
Manual

Indicates that a manual repair will need to be performed by the administrator if the upgrade fails. Service Fabric will not proceed to the next upgrade domain automatically.

ManagedIdentity

Type Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.ManagedIdentityType

The type of managed identity for the resource.

UserAssignedIdentities Dictionary<string, object>

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

Type ManagedIdentityType

The type of managed identity for the resource.

UserAssignedIdentities map[string]interface{}

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

type ManagedIdentityType

The type of managed identity for the resource.

userAssignedIdentities Map<String,Object>

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

type ManagedIdentityType

The type of managed identity for the resource.

userAssignedIdentities {[key: string]: any}

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

type ManagedIdentityType

The type of managed identity for the resource.

user_assigned_identities Mapping[str, Any]

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

type "SystemAssigned" | "UserAssigned" | "SystemAssigned, UserAssigned" | "None"

The type of managed identity for the resource.

userAssignedIdentities Map<Any>

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

ManagedIdentityResponse

PrincipalId string

The principal id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

TenantId string

The tenant id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

Type string

The type of managed identity for the resource.

UserAssignedIdentities Dictionary<string, Pulumi.AzureNative.ServiceFabric.Inputs.UserAssignedIdentityResponse>

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

TenantId string

The tenant id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

Type string

The type of managed identity for the resource.

UserAssignedIdentities map[string]UserAssignedIdentityResponse

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

principalId String

The principal id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

tenantId String

The tenant id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

type String

The type of managed identity for the resource.

userAssignedIdentities Map<String,UserAssignedIdentityResponse>

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

principalId string

The principal id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

tenantId string

The tenant id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

type string

The type of managed identity for the resource.

userAssignedIdentities {[key: string]: UserAssignedIdentityResponse}

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

principal_id str

The principal id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

tenant_id str

The tenant id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

type str

The type of managed identity for the resource.

user_assigned_identities Mapping[str, UserAssignedIdentityResponse]

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

principalId String

The principal id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

tenantId String

The tenant id of the managed identity. This property will only be provided for a system assigned identity.

type String

The type of managed identity for the resource.

userAssignedIdentities Map<Property Map>

The list of user identities associated with the resource. The user identity dictionary key references will be ARM resource ids in the form: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedIdentity/userAssignedIdentities/{identityName}'.

ManagedIdentityType

SystemAssigned
SystemAssigned

Indicates that system assigned identity is associated with the resource.

UserAssigned
UserAssigned

Indicates that user assigned identity is associated with the resource.

SystemAssigned_UserAssigned
SystemAssigned, UserAssigned

Indicates that both system assigned and user assigned identity are associated with the resource.

None
None

Indicates that no identity is associated with the resource.

ManagedIdentityTypeSystemAssigned
SystemAssigned

Indicates that system assigned identity is associated with the resource.

ManagedIdentityTypeUserAssigned
UserAssigned

Indicates that user assigned identity is associated with the resource.

ManagedIdentityType_SystemAssigned_UserAssigned
SystemAssigned, UserAssigned

Indicates that both system assigned and user assigned identity are associated with the resource.

ManagedIdentityTypeNone
None

Indicates that no identity is associated with the resource.

SystemAssigned
SystemAssigned

Indicates that system assigned identity is associated with the resource.

UserAssigned
UserAssigned

Indicates that user assigned identity is associated with the resource.

SystemAssigned_UserAssigned
SystemAssigned, UserAssigned

Indicates that both system assigned and user assigned identity are associated with the resource.

None
None

Indicates that no identity is associated with the resource.

SystemAssigned
SystemAssigned

Indicates that system assigned identity is associated with the resource.

UserAssigned
UserAssigned

Indicates that user assigned identity is associated with the resource.

SystemAssigned_UserAssigned
SystemAssigned, UserAssigned

Indicates that both system assigned and user assigned identity are associated with the resource.

None
None

Indicates that no identity is associated with the resource.

SYSTEM_ASSIGNED
SystemAssigned

Indicates that system assigned identity is associated with the resource.

USER_ASSIGNED
UserAssigned

Indicates that user assigned identity is associated with the resource.

SYSTEM_ASSIGNED_USER_ASSIGNED
SystemAssigned, UserAssigned

Indicates that both system assigned and user assigned identity are associated with the resource.

NONE
None

Indicates that no identity is associated with the resource.

"SystemAssigned"
SystemAssigned

Indicates that system assigned identity is associated with the resource.

"UserAssigned"
UserAssigned

Indicates that user assigned identity is associated with the resource.

"SystemAssigned, UserAssigned"
SystemAssigned, UserAssigned

Indicates that both system assigned and user assigned identity are associated with the resource.

"None"
None

Indicates that no identity is associated with the resource.

RollingUpgradeMode

Invalid
Invalid

Indicates the upgrade mode is invalid. All Service Fabric enumerations have the invalid type. The value is zero.

UnmonitoredAuto
UnmonitoredAuto

The upgrade will proceed automatically without performing any health monitoring. The value is 1

UnmonitoredManual
UnmonitoredManual

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain, giving the opportunity to manually monitor health before proceeding. The value is 2

Monitored
Monitored

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain and automatically monitor health before proceeding. The value is 3

RollingUpgradeModeInvalid
Invalid

Indicates the upgrade mode is invalid. All Service Fabric enumerations have the invalid type. The value is zero.

RollingUpgradeModeUnmonitoredAuto
UnmonitoredAuto

The upgrade will proceed automatically without performing any health monitoring. The value is 1

RollingUpgradeModeUnmonitoredManual
UnmonitoredManual

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain, giving the opportunity to manually monitor health before proceeding. The value is 2

RollingUpgradeModeMonitored
Monitored

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain and automatically monitor health before proceeding. The value is 3

Invalid
Invalid

Indicates the upgrade mode is invalid. All Service Fabric enumerations have the invalid type. The value is zero.

UnmonitoredAuto
UnmonitoredAuto

The upgrade will proceed automatically without performing any health monitoring. The value is 1

UnmonitoredManual
UnmonitoredManual

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain, giving the opportunity to manually monitor health before proceeding. The value is 2

Monitored
Monitored

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain and automatically monitor health before proceeding. The value is 3

Invalid
Invalid

Indicates the upgrade mode is invalid. All Service Fabric enumerations have the invalid type. The value is zero.

UnmonitoredAuto
UnmonitoredAuto

The upgrade will proceed automatically without performing any health monitoring. The value is 1

UnmonitoredManual
UnmonitoredManual

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain, giving the opportunity to manually monitor health before proceeding. The value is 2

Monitored
Monitored

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain and automatically monitor health before proceeding. The value is 3

INVALID
Invalid

Indicates the upgrade mode is invalid. All Service Fabric enumerations have the invalid type. The value is zero.

UNMONITORED_AUTO
UnmonitoredAuto

The upgrade will proceed automatically without performing any health monitoring. The value is 1

UNMONITORED_MANUAL
UnmonitoredManual

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain, giving the opportunity to manually monitor health before proceeding. The value is 2

MONITORED
Monitored

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain and automatically monitor health before proceeding. The value is 3

"Invalid"
Invalid

Indicates the upgrade mode is invalid. All Service Fabric enumerations have the invalid type. The value is zero.

"UnmonitoredAuto"
UnmonitoredAuto

The upgrade will proceed automatically without performing any health monitoring. The value is 1

"UnmonitoredManual"
UnmonitoredManual

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain, giving the opportunity to manually monitor health before proceeding. The value is 2

"Monitored"
Monitored

The upgrade will stop after completing each upgrade domain and automatically monitor health before proceeding. The value is 3

UserAssignedIdentityResponse

ClientId string

The client id of user assigned identity.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

ClientId string

The client id of user assigned identity.

PrincipalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

clientId String

The client id of user assigned identity.

principalId String

The principal id of user assigned identity.

clientId string

The client id of user assigned identity.

principalId string

The principal id of user assigned identity.

client_id str

The client id of user assigned identity.

principal_id str

The principal id of user assigned identity.

clientId String

The client id of user assigned identity.

principalId String

The principal id of user assigned identity.

Import

An existing resource can be imported using its type token, name, and identifier, e.g.

$ pulumi import azure-native:servicefabric:Application myCluster /subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/resourcegroups/resRg/providers/Microsoft.ServiceFabric/clusters/myCluster/applications/myApp 

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-azure-native
License
Apache-2.0