Database services

Stackmate offers infrastructure deployment for major managed database services (like AWS RDS for example)

What you get when introducing this service to your configuration

  • A managed database instance with sane defaults

Required attributes

  • type - string - It should be either mysql, postgresql or mariadb

Optional attributes

  • provider - string - by default is set to aws

  • size - string - The instance size. Should be one of the instances the cloud provider has available

  • version - string - The database version to use. These are dictated by the cloud provider (eg. AWS) and it's one of the versions they currently support.

  • storage - number - The size of the storage space in Gigabytes

  • database - string - The name of the database to deploy

  • port - number - The port to use. By default, 3306 is assigned to mysql and mariadb and 5432 for postgresql

  • monitoring - object - Any monitoring options available for the service. Example configuration is shown below

The typical Common Service Options apply here too.

Credentials for the root user:

The password for the root user associated with the database, is stored as a secret on your provider, you can link directly to it through your provider's secret manager (eg. AWS secrets manager)

Example configuration

# ... the rest of the configuration ...
    # ... more services ...
      type: mysql
      provider: aws         # optional when your provider's set to aws
      region: eu-central-1  # optional if you have a region set for the project
      size: db.t2.micro
      storage: 30
      version: 8.0
      database: my-database
      profile: default      # this is the default

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