google::compute-target-https-proxy

Creates a target https proxy.

Example

google::compute-target-https-proxy target-https-proxy-example
    name: "target-https-proxy-example"
    description: "Target https proxy description."
    quic-override: "ENABLE"
    url-map: $(google::compute-url-map url-map-example-target-https-proxy)
    ssl-policy: $(google::compute-ssl-policy ssl-policy-example-target-https-proxy)
    ssl-certificates: [ $(google::compute-ssl-certificate ssl-certificate-example-target-https-proxy) ]
end

Attributes

Attribute Description
description An optional description of this target proxy.
name The name of the target proxy. Must be 1-63 characters long, and the first character must be a lowercase letter. All other characters must be a lowercase letter, digit, or -, except the last character, which cannot be a -. (Required)
url-map The URL map that defines the mapping from URL to a backend service or bucket.
ssl-certificates list List of SSL certificates that are used to authenticate connections between users and the load balancer. Currently, you may specify up to 15 SSL certificates. (Required)
quic-override Specifies the QUIC override policy for this target proxy. Valid values are NONE, ENABLE, or DISABLE. Default value is NONE.
ssl-policy SslPolicy that will be associated with this target proxy. If not set, the target proxy has no SSL policy configured.

Outputs

Attribute Description
self-link Server-defined URL for the target proxy.