EC2 Molecule Plugin :: run molecule tests using AWS EC2
Molecule EC2 is designed to allow use of AWS EC2 for provisioning of test resources.
pip install molecule-ec2
Create a scenario
With a new role
molecule init role -d ec2 my-role
This will create a new folder my-role containing a bare-bone generated role like you would do with ansible-galaxy init command. It will also contain a molecule folder with a default scenario using the ec2 driver (using ansible community.aws.ec2_instance collection). Install the collection using ansible-galaxy install -r test_requirements.yml.
In a pre-existing role
molecule init scenario -d ec2
This will create a default scenario with the ec2 driver in a molecule folder, located in the current working directory.
This is a molecule.yml example file
dependency: name: galaxy driver: name: ec2 platforms: - name: instance image_owner: 099720109477 image_name: ubuntu/images/hvm-ssd/ubuntu-bionic-18.04-amd64-server-* instance_type: t2.micro vpc_subnet_id: <your-aws-vpc-subnet-id> tags: - Name: molecule_instance provisioner: name: ansible verifier: name: ansible
All you need to do is fill in the subnet-id you want to create your test instance into. Then run
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