ibm_compute_autoscale_policy

Provides an auto scaling policy resource. This allows policies for auto scale groups to be created, updated, and deleted.

For additional details, see the IBM Cloud Infrastructure (SoftLayer) API docs.

Example Usage

In the following example, you can create an auto scaling policy:

resource "ibm_compute_autoscale_policy" "test_scale_policy" {
    name = "test_scale_policy_name"
    scale_type = "RELATIVE"
    scale_amount = 1
    cooldown = 30
    scale_group_id = "${ibm_compute_autoscale_group.sample-http-cluster.id}"
    triggers = {
        type = "RESOURCE_USE"
        watches = {
                    metric = "host.cpu.percent"
                    operator = ">"
                    value = "80"
                    period = 120
        }
    }
    triggers = {
        type = "ONE_TIME"
        date = "2016-07-30T23:55:00-00:00"
    }
    triggers = {
        type = "REPEATING"
        schedule = "0 1 ? * MON,WED *"
    }
}

Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required, string) The name of the auto scaling policy.
  • scale_type - (Required, string) The scale type for the auto scaling policy. Accepted values are ABSOLUTE, RELATIVE, and PERCENT.
  • scale_amount - (Required, integer) A count of the scaling actions to perform upon any trigger hit.
  • cooldown - (Optional, integer) The duration, expressed in seconds, that the policy waits after the last action date before performing another scaling action. If you do not provide a value, the scale_group cooldown applies.
  • scale_group_id - (Required, integer) The ID of the auto scale group associated with the policy.
  • triggers - (Optional, array of integers and strings) The triggers to check for this group.
  • tags - (Optional, array of strings) Tags associated with the auto scaling policy instance.
    NOTE: Tags are managed locally and not stored on the IBM Cloud service endpoint at this moment.

Attribute Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The unique identifier of the auto scaling policy.