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ECS Dynamic Environment Manager (eden) CLI

Project description

aws-eden-cli: ECS Dynamic Environment Manager PyPi version t

Clone Amazon ECS environments easily. Provide eden with a Amazon ECS service and eden will clone it.

eden is provided in CLI and Terraform module (Lambda with HTTP API) flavors. You can use HTTP API from CI of your choice on Pull Request open/close, new commit pushes to fully automate environment creation. For API flavor, see eden API at GitHub.

Works only with Python 3.6+.

Developing with eden

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Requirements:

  1. Config JSON file in a S3 bucket with structure described below
  2. A reference ECS Service with Target Group Attached
  3. An ALB with HTTPS Listener
    • Will be reused by all environments with Host Header Listener Rules
    • Separate from what reference service uses
    • Listener must have wildcard certificate for target dynamic zone
  4. Simple ALB usage
    • No multiple path rules etc.
    • One ALB per one ECS Service

What it does

Resources created/deleted

eden creates

  1. ECS Task Definition
    • Cloned from reference service
  2. ALB (elbv2) Target Group
    • Settings cloned from Target Group attached to reference service
  3. ECS Service
    • Created in the same cluster as reference service
  4. ALB Listener Rule
    • Host Header rule
  5. Route 53 CNAME record
    • Points at common ALB
  6. An entry is added to config JSON file

eden deletes resources in reverse order.

Config JSON file

Config file is used to:

  1. Check what environments exist and where their endpoints are
  2. Tell client apps what is available

Config file format:

{
    "environments": [
        {
            "env": "dev",
            "name": "dev-dynamic-test",
            "api_endpoint": "api-test.dev.example.com"
        }
    ]
}

Example above presumes config_update_key = api_endpoint. You can use multiple Lambdas/invoke eden-cli multiple times with different update keys to have multiple endpoints within single environment.

For example, you may want to have API, administration tool and a frontend service created as a single environment. Your environment file could look like this:

{
    "environments": [
        {
            "env": "dev",
            "name": "dev-dynamic-test",
            "api_endpoint": "api-test.dev.example.com",
            "admin_endpoint": "admin-test.dev.example.com",
            "frontend_endpoint": "test.dev.example.com"
        }
    ]
}

Usage (CLI interface)

Installation

$ pip3 install aws-eden-cli 

$ eden -h
usage: eden [-h] {create,delete,config} ...

ECS Dynamic Environment Manager. Clone Amazon ECS environments easily.

positional arguments:
  {create,delete,config}
    create              Create environment or deploy to existent
    delete              Delete environment
    config              Configure eden

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

Hint: you can use -h on subcommands as well:

$ eden config -h
 usage: eden config [-h] {setup,check,push,remote-rm} ...

positional arguments:
  {setup,check,push,remote-rm}
    setup               Setup profiles for other commands
    check               Check configuration file integrity
    push                Push local profile to DynamoDB for use by eden API
    remote-rm           Remove remote profile from DynamoDB

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

$ eden config push -h
usage: eden config push [-h] [-p PROFILE] [-c CONFIG_PATH] [-v]
                        [--remote-table-name REMOTE_TABLE_NAME]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -p PROFILE, --profile PROFILE
                        profile name in eden configuration file
  -c CONFIG_PATH, --config-path CONFIG_PATH
                        eden configuration file path
  -v, --verbose
  --remote-table-name REMOTE_TABLE_NAME
                        profile name in eden configuration file

Configure

# let's create a profile to work with, 
# so we won't have to specify all the parameters every time

$ eden config setup --config-bucket-key endpoints.json
$ eden config setup --config-bucket-name servicename-config
$ eden config setup --config-update-key api_endpoint
$ eden config setup --config-name-prefix servicename-dev
$ eden config setup --domain-name-prefix api
$ eden config setup --dynamic-zone-id Zxxxxxxxxxxxx
$ eden config setup --dynamic-zone-name dev.example.com.
$ eden config setup --master-alb-arn arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxxxx:loadbalancer/app/dev-alb-api-dynamic/xxxxxxxxxx
$ eden config setup --name-prefix dev-dynamic
$ eden config setup --reference-service-arn arn:aws:ecs:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxxxx:service/dev/dev01-api
$ eden config setup --target-cluster dev
$ eden config setup --target-container-name api

# you can also edit ~/.eden/config directly
# (you can see that commands above created a "default" profile)

$ cat ~/.eden/config
[api]
name_prefix = dev-dynamic
reference_service_arn = arn:aws:ecs:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxxxx:service/dev/dev01-api
target_cluster = dev
domain_name_prefix = api
master_alb_arn = arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxxxx:loadbalancer/app/dev-alb-api-dynamic/xxxxxxxxxx
dynamic_zone_name = dev.example.com.
dynamic_zone_id = Zxxxxxxxxxxxx
config_bucket_name = servicename-config
config_bucket_key = endpoints.json
config_update_key = api_endpoint
config_env_type = dev
config_name_prefix = servicename-dev
target_container_name = api

# don't forget to check configuration file integrity

$ eden config check
No errors found

Profiles

# you can specify multiple profiles in configuration
# and select a profile with -p profile_name

$ eden config check -p api
No errors found

# we can push profiles to DynamoDB for use by eden API
# (if eden table does not exist, aws-eden-cli will create it)

$ eden config push -p api
Waiting for table creation...
Successfully pushed profile api to DynamoDB

# use the same command to overwrite existing profiles
# (push to existing profile will result in overwrite)

$ eden config push -p api
Successfully pushed profile api to DynamoDB table eden

# use remote-rm to remove remote profiles

$ eden config remote-rm -p api
Successfully removed profile api from DynamoDB table eden

Execute commands

$ eden create -p api --name foo --image-uri xxxxxxxxxx.dkr.ecr.ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com/api:latest
Checking if image xxxxxxxxxx.dkr.ecr.ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com/api:latest exists
Image exists
Retrieved reference service arn:aws:ecs:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:service/dev/api
Retrieved reference task definition from arn:aws:ecs:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:task-definition/api:20
Registered new task definition: arn:aws:ecs:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:task-definition/dev-dynamic-api-foo:1
Registered new task definition: arn:aws:ecs:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:task-definition/dev-dynamic-api-foo:1
Retrieved reference target group: arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:targetgroup/api/xxxxxxxxxxxx
Existing target group dev-dynamic-api-foo not found, will create new
Created target group arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:targetgroup/dev-dynamic-api-foo/xxxxxxxxxxxx
ELBv2 listener rule for target group arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:targetgroup/dev-dynamic-api-foo/xxxxxxxxxxxx and host api-foo.dev.example.com does not exist, will create new listener rule
ECS Service dev-dynamic-api-foo does not exist, will create new service
Checking if record api-foo.dev.example.com. exists in zone Zxxxxxxxxx
Successfully created CNAME: api-foo.dev.example.com -> dev-alb-api-dynamic-297517510.ap-northeast-1.elb.amazonaws.com
Updating config file s3://example-com-config/endpoints.json, environment example-api-foo: nodeDomain -> api-foo.dev.example.com
Existing environment not found, adding new
Successfully updated config file
Successfully finished creating environment dev-dynamic-api-foo

$ eden ls
Profile api:
dev-dynamic-api-foo api-foo.dev.example.com (last updated: 2019-11-20T19:44:10.179760)

$ eden delete -p api --name foo
Updating config file s3://example-com-config/endpoints.json, delete environment example-api-foo: nodeDomain -> api-foo.dev.example.com
Existing environment found, and the only optional key is nodeDomain,deleting environment
Successfully updated config file
Checking if record api-foo.dev.example.com. exists in zone Zxxxxxxxxx
Found existing record api-foo.dev.example.com. in zone Zxxxxxxxxx
Successfully removed CNAME record api-foo.dev.example.com
ECS Service dev-dynamic-api-foo exists, will delete
Successfully deleted service dev-dynamic-api-foo from cluster dev
ELBv2 listener rule for target group arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:targetgroup/dev-dynamic-api-foo/xxxxxxxxxxxx and host api-foo.dev.example.com found, will delete
Deleted target group arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:ap-northeast-1:xxxxxxxxxx:targetgroup/dev-dynamic-api-foo/xxxxxxxxxxxx
Deleted all task definitions for family: dev-dynamic-api-foo, 1 tasks deleted total
Successfully finished deleting environment dev-dynamic-api-foo

$ eden ls
No environments available

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