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cdk-keycloak

v0.2.38

Published

CDK construct library that allows you to create KeyCloak service on AWS in TypeScript or Python

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cdk-keycloak

CDK construct library that allows you to create KeyCloak on AWS in TypeScript or Python

Sample

import { KeyCloak } from 'cdk-keycloak';

const app = new cdk.App();

const env = {
  region: process.env.CDK_DEFAULT_REGION,
  account: process.env.CDK_DEFAULT_ACCOUNT,
};

const stack = new cdk.Stack(app, 'keycloak-demo', { env });
new KeyCloak(stack, 'KeyCloak', {
  certificateArn: 'arn:aws:acm:us-east-1:123456789012:certificate/293cf875-ca98-4c2e-a797-e1cf6df2553c',
  keycloakVersion,
});

Keycloak version pinning

Use keycloakVersion to specify the version.

new KeyCloak(stack, 'KeyCloak', {
  certificateArn,
  keycloakVersion: KeycloakVersion.V15_0_2,
});

To specify any other verion not defined in the construct, use KeycloakVersion.of('x.x.x'). This allows you to specify any new version as soon as it's available. However, as new versions will not always be tested and validated with this construct library, make sure you fully backup and test before you use any new version in the production environment.

Aurora Serverless support

The KeyCloak construct provisions the Amaozn RDS cluster for MySQL with 2 database instances under the hood, to opt in Amazon Aurora Serverless, use auroraServerless to opt in Amazon Aurora Serverless cluster. Please note only some regions are supported, check Supported features in Amazon Aurora by AWS Region and Aurora DB engine for availability.

new KeyCloak(stack, 'KeyCloak', {
  certificateArn,
  auroraServerless: true,
  keycloakVersion,
});

Behind the scene, a default RDS cluster for MySQL with 2 database instances will be created.

Opt-in for Single RDS instance

To create single RDS instance for your testing or development environment, use singleDbInstance to turn on the single db instance deployment.

Plesae note this is not recommended for production environment.

new KeyCloak(stack, 'KeyCloak', {
  certificateArn,
  singleDbInstance: true,
  keycloakVersion,
});

Service Auto Scaling

Define autoScaleTask for the ecs service task autoscaling. For example:

new KeyCloak(stack, 'KeyCloak', {
  auroraServerless: true,
  nodeCount: 2,
  autoScaleTask: {
    min: 2,
    max: 10,
    targetCpuUtilization: 60,
  },
});

Deploy in existing Vpc Subnets

You can deploy the workload in the existing Vpc and subnets. The publicSubnets are for the ALB, privateSubnets for the keycloak container tasks and databaseSubnets for the database.

The best practice is to specify isolated subnets for databaseSubnets, however, in some cases might have no existing isolates subnets then the private subnets are also acceptable.

Consider the sample below:

new KeyCloak(stack, 'KeyCloak', {
  certificateArn: 'arn:aws:acm:us-east-1:123456789012:certificate/293cf875-ca98-4c2e-a797-e1cf6df2553c',
  vpc: ec2.Vpc.fromLookup(stack, 'Vpc', { vpcId: 'vpc-0417e46d' }),
  publicSubnets: {
    subnets: [
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'pub-1a', 'subnet-5bbe7b32'),
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'pub-1b', 'subnet-0428367c'),
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'pub-1c', 'subnet-1586a75f'),
    ],
  },
  privateSubnets: {
    subnets: [
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'priv-1a', 'subnet-0e9460dbcfc4cf6ee'),
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'priv-1b', 'subnet-0562f666bdf5c29af'),
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'priv-1c', 'subnet-00ab15c0022872f06'),
    ],
  },
  databaseSubnets: {
    subnets: [
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'db-1a', 'subnet-0e9460dbcfc4cf6ee'),
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'db-1b', 'subnet-0562f666bdf5c29af'),
      ec2.Subnet.fromSubnetId(stack, 'db-1c', 'subnet-00ab15c0022872f06'),
    ],
  },
});

AWS China Regions

This library support AWS China regions cn-north-1 and cn-northwest-1 and will auto select local docker image mirror to accelerate the image pulling. You don't have to do anything.

Security

See CONTRIBUTING for more information.

License

This project is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License.