CloudFormation Templates

Configure CloudFormation in Fylamynt

    Navigate to Settings > Resources > CloudFormation
    Click Manage Resource to create and configure a new integration instance
    Click on Add New
Details needed to set up CloudFormation instance in Fylamynt:
Parameters
Description
Required
Template Id
Unique human readable name for resource
True
Repo Id
Github repo id
True
Ref
Github commit ref, (ie: main/master)
False
File Path
Absolute filepath of template file
True
Note:
Here Repo Id is a drop down and values populate from the Git Resources, please click here to learn more about Git resources
Follow the steps listed below to get the desired parameters to enter in Fylamynt
    Template Id parameter is the unique human readable name for resource, any string could be provided, Since this is unique identifier 2 resources can not have the same template id
    Login to your Github Account
    Open your Repository
    In above picture after username attribute is Repo Id (ie: <username>/<repoId>), copy the repo id
    Here parameter Ref is any branch or any commit, (Note: If not provided default branch would be used)
    Here File Path parameter is the absolute path of template json file (with respect to root of the Repo), In below image as can be seen the aws_ec2.json is the template file, hence file path would be mydir/aws_ec2.json

Integration Actions

You can add these actions in Fylamynt workflow builder, as part of your workflow.

1. CloudFormation Run Template

Integration node to run CloudFormation Run Template

Input

Parameter Name
Description
Required
Select Alias
AWS assume role alias
True
Select Template
Template Id of configured cloudformation resource
True
Parameters
Parameters for your CF template
False
Note: Make parameters dynamic for user, a template JSON file may or may not contain the parameters, but if template file does not contain the parameters then this should be provided at runtime or run would fail

Output

Parameter Name
Type
Description
execution_status
String
Status of run (ie: S_OK / E_FAIL)
stack_id
String
Newly created ID of stack

Action Example

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