Automated secure tunnels for containers using Cloudflare Argo (by aschzero)

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  • Assistance getting cloudflared docker container running
    1 project | /r/CloudFlare | 14 Jun 2022
    The last thing I'll say is that I'm not thrilled with having to manually create a config file or run the curl API commands to create the necessary DNS records to facilitate all of this. I can live with it if I can get the above working since my stack is fairly static, but I think Traefik reverse proxy spoiled me in its use of labels to dynamically create rules and such. I also found a cloudflare blog post about creating tunnels via Terraform, which I could do since I use TF at work so it's good practice, but then I run into the fact that I'd still have to create all of the TF code to provision the DNS records and tunnels manually (somewhat shortcutted if I use a module) but then I still run into how to automate doing a plan and apply and creating the tunnels at the same time as running the containers. If anyone has any thoughts on how to dynamically build tunnels along with the rest of my container servers as a sort of all in one type package, that'd be sweet. I found this project, but it requires granting access to docker socket and I have specifically tried to go out of my way to avoid doing that for security reasons, plus it hasn't been updated in a few years so not actively maintained either.


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aschzero/hera is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of hera is Go.

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