juju deploy mattermost-k8s
|latest/stable||1||1||17 May 2021|
|latest/edge||18||18||14 Jun 2021|
The charm manages reverse-proxying by creating Kubernetes ingress resources and will enable TLS when the configured site URL demands it. The charm works with any client that stores the key and certificate in a standard Kubernetes secret. Use the charm’s
tls_secret_name setting to tell it the name of the resource to use. For example, if your secrets is named mattermost-tls, you would run:
juju config mattermost tls_secret_name=mattermost-tls
If you need to lock down access to Mattermost based on source IP address, use the charm’s
ingress_whitelist_source_range config option, which is is a comma-separated list of CIDRs. This can be useful during a testing phase of your Mattermost deployment, or to provide an additional level of access control. For example:
juju config mattermost ingress_whitelist_source_range="10.1.1.0/8,10.1.2.0/8"
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