» aws_mq_broker

Provides an MQ Broker Resource. This resources also manages users for the broker.

For more information on Amazon MQ, see Amazon MQ documentation.

Changes to an MQ Broker can occur when you change a parameter, such as configuration or user, and are reflected in the next maintenance window. Because of this, Terraform may report a difference in its planning phase because a modification has not yet taken place. You can use the apply_immediately flag to instruct the service to apply the change immediately (see documentation below).

» Example Usage

resource "aws_mq_broker" "example" {
  broker_name = "example"

  configuration {
    id       = "${aws_mq_configuration.test.id}"
    revision = "${aws_mq_configuration.test.latest_revision}"

  engine_type        = "ActiveMQ"
  engine_version     = "5.15.0"
  host_instance_type = "mq.t2.micro"
  security_groups    = ["${aws_security_group.test.id}"]

  user {
    username = "ExampleUser"
    password = "MindTheGap"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • apply_immediately - (Optional) Specifies whether any broker modifications are applied immediately, or during the next maintenance window. Default is false.
  • auto_minor_version_upgrade - (Optional) Enables automatic upgrades to new minor versions for brokers, as Apache releases the versions.
  • broker_name - (Required) The name of the broker.
  • configuration - (Optional) Configuration of the broker. See below.
  • deployment_mode - (Optional) The deployment mode of the broker. Supported: SINGLE_INSTANCE and ACTIVE_STANDBY_MULTI_AZ. Defaults to SINGLE_INSTANCE.
  • engine_type - (Required) The type of broker engine. Currently, Amazon MQ supports only ActiveMQ.
  • engine_version - (Required) The version of the broker engine. Currently, Amazon MQ supports only 5.15.0 or 5.15.6.
  • host_instance_type - (Required) The broker's instance type. e.g. mq.t2.micro or mq.m4.large
  • publicly_accessible - (Optional) Whether to enable connections from applications outside of the VPC that hosts the broker's subnets.
  • security_groups - (Required) The list of security group IDs assigned to the broker.
  • subnet_ids - (Optional) The list of subnet IDs in which to launch the broker. A SINGLE_INSTANCE deployment requires one subnet. An ACTIVE_STANDBY_MULTI_AZ deployment requires two subnets.
  • maintenance_window_start_time - (Optional) Maintenance window start time. See below.
  • logs - (Optional) Logging configuration of the broker. See below.
  • user - (Optional) The list of all ActiveMQ usernames for the specified broker. See below.

» Nested Fields

» configuration

  • id - (Optional) The Configuration ID.
  • revision - (Optional) Revision of the Configuration.

» maintenance_window_start_time

  • day_of_week - (Required) The day of the week. e.g. MONDAY, TUESDAY, or WEDNESDAY
  • time_of_day - (Required) The time, in 24-hour format. e.g. 02:00
  • time_zone - (Required) The time zone, UTC by default, in either the Country/City format, or the UTC offset format. e.g. CET

» logs

  • general - (Optional) Enables general logging via CloudWatch. Defaults to false.
  • audit - (Optional) Enables audit logging. User management action made using JMX or the ActiveMQ Web Console is logged. Defaults to false.

» user

  • console_access - (Optional) Whether to enable access to the ActiveMQ Web Console for the user.
  • groups - (Optional) The list of groups (20 maximum) to which the ActiveMQ user belongs.
  • password - (Required) The password of the user. It must be 12 to 250 characters long, at least 4 unique characters, and must not contain commas.
  • username - (Required) The username of the user.

» Attributes Reference

In addition to all arguments above, the following attributes are exported:

» Import

MQ Broker is currently not importable.