Caddy 2 is a powerful, enterprise-ready, open source web server with automatic HTTPS written in Go. This pack runs it as a Nomad system job for load balancing.
Updated 3 months ago
This pack contains a single system job that runs Caddy across all Nomad clients.
job_name(string) - The name to use as the job name which overrides using the pack name.
datacenters(list of string) - A list of datacenters in the region which are eligible for task placement.
region(string) - The region where the job should be placed.
namespace(string "default") - The namespace where the job should be placed.
constraints(list(object)) - Constraints to apply to the entire job.
version_tag(string) - The docker image version. For options, see Dockerhub.
admin_port(number) - The HTTP port for Caddy administration API.
http_port(number) - The Nomad client port that routes HTTP traffic to Caddy.
https_port(number) - The Nomad client port that routes HTTPS traffic to Caddy.
http_healthcheck_path(string) - The HTTP path served by Caddy to call for health checks.
https_healthcheck_path(string) - The HTTPS path served by Caddy to call for health checks.
resources(object) - The resource to assign to the Caddy system task that runs on every client.
caddyfile(string) - The Caddyfile configuration to pass to the task.
[Nomad job specification constraints][job_constraint] allows restricting the set of eligible nodes on which the Caddy task will run.
Caddy does not require any constraints by default.
cpu (number 500) - Specifies the CPU required to run this task in MHz.
memory (number 256) - Specifies the memory required in MB.