Ssl Termination Fqdn

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latest/stable 3 3 11 Nov 2020
Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 16.04
latest/edge 3 3 11 Nov 2020
Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 16.04
juju deploy ssl-termination-fqdn
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18.04 16.04

SSL Termination FQDN

This charm installs a subordinate for the SSL Termination Proxy. It requests ssl-termination for a webservice.


It has 3 config values:

  • fqdns is a space separated list of domain names on which the webservice should be accessable. Note: make sure to point the DNS records of these domain names to the ssl-termination-proxy. Example: "".
  • credentials is a space-separated pair of username and password for basic authentication.
  • contact-email is the contact email address for lets encrypt. This email address will receive notifications when the certificate expires. Note that the ssl-termination-proxy automatically renews certificates after 2 months so you will only get an email when something is broken.

How to use

See the ssl-termination-proxy charm for more info on how to use this.

# Deploy your http webservice.
juju deploy jenkins
# Deploy your ssl-termination-fqdn
juju deploy cs:~tengu-team/ssl-termination-fqdn fqdn-jenkins
# Configure the client
juju config fqdn-jenkins fqdns=""
juju config fqdn-jenkins basic_auth="username password"
# Connect the webservice with the ssl client
juju add-relation jenkins fqdn-jenkins
# Connect the ssl-client with the proxy.
juju add-relation fqdn-jenkins:ssltermination ssl-termination-proxy:ssltermination
# Now you can surf to and you wil reach the webservice.


This software was created in the IDLab research group of Ghent University in Belgium. This software is used in Tengu, a project that aims to make experimenting with data frameworks and tools as easy as possible.