TLS Certificates Operator

  • By Canonical Telco
Channel Revision Published Runs on
latest/stable 22 14 Feb 2023
Ubuntu 22.04
latest/candidate 22 14 Feb 2023
Ubuntu 22.04
latest/beta 45 22 Sep 2023
Ubuntu 22.04
latest/edge 50 16 Oct 2023
Ubuntu 22.04
legacy/stable 22 03 Oct 2023
Ubuntu 22.04
legacy/edge 51 25 Jan 2024
Ubuntu 22.04
juju deploy tls-certificates-operator
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Platform:

Ubuntu
22.04
  • ca-certificate | string

    Base64 encoded CA Certificate (do not use if 'generate-self-signed-certificates' is set to true).

  • ca-chain | string

    Base64 encoded CA chain (do not use if 'generate-self-signed-certificates' is set to true). If not provided, the ca-chain will be composed of the application and the ca-certificate. The `ca_chain.pem` file should have the following format: -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (Your Primary SSL certificate) -----END CERTIFICATE----- -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (Your Intermediate certificate) -----END CERTIFICATE----- -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (Your Root certificate) -----END CERTIFICATE-----

  • ca-common-name | string

    Common name to be used only if `generate-self-signed-certificates` set to true.

  • certificate | string

    Base64 encoded TLS certificate (do not use if 'generate-self-signed-certificates' is set to true).

  • certificate-validity | int

    Default: 365

    Certificate validity (in days) only if `generate-self-signed-certificates` set to true.

  • generate-self-signed-certificates | boolean

    Generate self-signed certificates and ignores provided certificates.