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upbound/provider-gcp@v0.41.2
Certificate
privateca.gcp.upbound.io
Certificate
upbound/provider-gcp@v0.41.2privateca.gcp.upbound.io

Certificate is the Schema for the Certificates API. A Certificate corresponds to a signed X.

Type

CRD

Group

privateca.gcp.upbound.io

Version

v1beta1

apiVersion: privateca.gcp.upbound.io/v1beta1

kind: Certificate

API Documentation
apiVersion
string
kind
string
metadata
object
spec
object
object

CertificateSpec defines the desired state of Certificate

forProvider
requiredobject
requiredobject

No description provided.

object

Reference to a CertificateAuthority in privateca to populate certificateAuthority.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
object

Selector for a CertificateAuthority in privateca to populate certificateAuthority.

policy
object
object

Policies for selection.

resolve
string
object

Reference to a CertificateTemplate in privateca to populate certificateTemplate.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
object

Selector for a CertificateTemplate in privateca to populate certificateTemplate.

policy
object
object

Policies for selection.

resolve
string
config
array
array

The config used to create a self-signed X.509 certificate or CSR. Structure is documented below.

array

A PublicKey describes a public key. Structure is documented below.

format
string
object

Required. A public key. When this is specified in a request, the padding and encoding can be any of the options described by the respective 'KeyType' value. When this is generated by the service, it will always be an RFC 5280 SubjectPublicKeyInfo structure containing an algorithm identifier and a key. A base64-encoded string.

key
requiredstring
name
requiredstring
namespace
requiredstring
array

Specifies some of the values in a certificate that are related to the subject. Structure is documented below.

subject
array
array

(Output) Contains distinguished name fields such as the location and organization. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) The subject alternative name fields. Structure is documented below.

array

Contains only valid, fully-qualified host names.

array

Contains only valid RFC 2822 E-mail addresses.

array

Contains only valid 32-bit IPv4 addresses or RFC 4291 IPv6 addresses.

uris
array
array

Contains only valid RFC 3986 URIs.

array

Describes how some of the technical X.509 fields in a certificate should be populated. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Describes custom X.509 extensions. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

value
string
array

(Output) Describes Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) endpoint addresses that appear in the "Authority Information Access" extension in the certificate.

array

(Output) Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Indicates the intended use for keys that correspond to a certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 name constraints extension. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Contains excluded DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the excluded email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the excluded IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the excluded URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

Contains permitted DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the permitted email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the permitted IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the permitted URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 certificate policy object identifiers, per https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.4. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

labels
object
lifetime
string
location
requiredstring
pemCsr
string
pool
string
poolRef
object
object

Reference to a CAPool to populate pool.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
object

Selector for a CAPool to populate pool.

policy
object
object

Policies for selection.

resolve
string
project
string
object

THIS IS A BETA FIELD. It will be honored unless the Management Policies feature flag is disabled. InitProvider holds the same fields as ForProvider, with the exception of Identifier and other resource reference fields. The fields that are in InitProvider are merged into ForProvider when the resource is created. The same fields are also added to the terraform ignore_changes hook, to avoid updating them after creation. This is useful for fields that are required on creation, but we do not desire to update them after creation, for example because of an external controller is managing them, like an autoscaler.

object

Reference to a CertificateAuthority in privateca to populate certificateAuthority.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
object

Selector for a CertificateAuthority in privateca to populate certificateAuthority.

policy
object
object

Policies for selection.

resolve
string
object

Reference to a CertificateTemplate in privateca to populate certificateTemplate.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
object

Selector for a CertificateTemplate in privateca to populate certificateTemplate.

policy
object
object

Policies for selection.

resolve
string
config
array
array

The config used to create a self-signed X.509 certificate or CSR. Structure is documented below.

array

A PublicKey describes a public key. Structure is documented below.

format
string
array

Specifies some of the values in a certificate that are related to the subject. Structure is documented below.

subject
array
array

(Output) Contains distinguished name fields such as the location and organization. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) The subject alternative name fields. Structure is documented below.

array

Contains only valid, fully-qualified host names.

array

Contains only valid RFC 2822 E-mail addresses.

array

Contains only valid 32-bit IPv4 addresses or RFC 4291 IPv6 addresses.

uris
array
array

Contains only valid RFC 3986 URIs.

array

Describes how some of the technical X.509 fields in a certificate should be populated. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Describes custom X.509 extensions. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

value
string
array

(Output) Describes Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) endpoint addresses that appear in the "Authority Information Access" extension in the certificate.

array

(Output) Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Indicates the intended use for keys that correspond to a certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 name constraints extension. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Contains excluded DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the excluded email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the excluded IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the excluded URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

Contains permitted DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the permitted email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the permitted IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the permitted URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 certificate policy object identifiers, per https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.4. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

labels
object
lifetime
string
pemCsr
string
project
string
array

THIS IS A BETA FIELD. It is on by default but can be opted out through a Crossplane feature flag. ManagementPolicies specify the array of actions Crossplane is allowed to take on the managed and external resources. This field is planned to replace the DeletionPolicy field in a future release. Currently, both could be set independently and non-default values would be honored if the feature flag is enabled. If both are custom, the DeletionPolicy field will be ignored. See the design doc for more information: https://github.com/crossplane/crossplane/blob/499895a25d1a1a0ba1604944ef98ac7a1a71f197/design/design-doc-observe-only-resources.md?plain=1#L223 and this one: https://github.com/crossplane/crossplane/blob/444267e84783136daa93568b364a5f01228cacbe/design/one-pager-ignore-changes.md

object

ProviderConfigReference specifies how the provider that will be used to create, observe, update, and delete this managed resource should be configured.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
object

PublishConnectionDetailsTo specifies the connection secret config which contains a name, metadata and a reference to secret store config to which any connection details for this managed resource should be written. Connection details frequently include the endpoint, username, and password required to connect to the managed resource.

configRef
object
object

SecretStoreConfigRef specifies which secret store config should be used for this ConnectionSecret.

name
requiredstring
policy
object
object

Policies for referencing.

resolve
string
metadata
object
object

Metadata is the metadata for connection secret.

labels
object
type
string
name
requiredstring
object

WriteConnectionSecretToReference specifies the namespace and name of a Secret to which any connection details for this managed resource should be written. Connection details frequently include the endpoint, username, and password required to connect to the managed resource. This field is planned to be replaced in a future release in favor of PublishConnectionDetailsTo. Currently, both could be set independently and connection details would be published to both without affecting each other.

name
requiredstring
namespace
requiredstring
status
object
object

CertificateStatus defines the observed state of Certificate.

object

No description provided.

array

Output only. Details regarding the revocation of this Certificate. This Certificate is considered revoked if and only if this field is present. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Describes lists of issuer CA certificate URLs that appear in the "Authority Information Access" extension in the certificate.

array

(Output) Identifies the subjectKeyId of the parent certificate, per https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.1 Structure is documented below.

keyId
string
array

(Output) The hash of the x.509 certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output, Deprecated) Describes some of the technical fields in a certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Indicates the intended use for keys that correspond to a certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages. Structure is documented below.

obectId
array
array

(Output) Required. Describes how some of the technical fields in a certificate should be populated. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

array

(Output) Describes a list of locations to obtain CRL information, i.e. the DistributionPoint.fullName described by https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.13

array

(Output) A PublicKey describes a public key. Structure is documented below.

format
string
key
string
array

(Output) Describes some of the values in a certificate that are related to the subject and lifetime. Structure is documented below.

lifetime
string
subject
array
array

(Output) Contains distinguished name fields such as the location and organization. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) The subject alternative name fields. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Contains additional subject alternative name values. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
obectId
array
array

(Output) Required. Describes how some of the technical fields in a certificate should be populated. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

value
string
array

Contains only valid, fully-qualified host names.

array

Contains only valid RFC 2822 E-mail addresses.

array

Contains only valid 32-bit IPv4 addresses or RFC 4291 IPv6 addresses.

uris
array
array

Contains only valid RFC 3986 URIs.

array

(Output) Provides a means of identifiying certificates that contain a particular public key, per https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.2. Structure is documented below.

keyId
string
array

(Output) A structured description of the issued X.509 certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Describes custom X.509 extensions. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

value
string
array

(Output) Describes Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) endpoint addresses that appear in the "Authority Information Access" extension in the certificate.

array

(Output) Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Indicates the intended use for keys that correspond to a certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 name constraints extension. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Contains excluded DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the excluded email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the excluded IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the excluded URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

Contains permitted DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the permitted email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the permitted IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the permitted URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 certificate policy object identifiers, per https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.4. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

config
array
array

The config used to create a self-signed X.509 certificate or CSR. Structure is documented below.

array

A PublicKey describes a public key. Structure is documented below.

format
string
array

Specifies some of the values in a certificate that are related to the subject. Structure is documented below.

subject
array
array

(Output) Contains distinguished name fields such as the location and organization. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) The subject alternative name fields. Structure is documented below.

array

Contains only valid, fully-qualified host names.

array

Contains only valid RFC 2822 E-mail addresses.

array

Contains only valid 32-bit IPv4 addresses or RFC 4291 IPv6 addresses.

uris
array
array

Contains only valid RFC 3986 URIs.

array

Describes how some of the technical X.509 fields in a certificate should be populated. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Describes custom X.509 extensions. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

value
string
array

(Output) Describes Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) endpoint addresses that appear in the "Authority Information Access" extension in the certificate.

array

(Output) Describes values that are relevant in a CA certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

(Output) Indicates the intended use for keys that correspond to a certificate. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

Describes high-level ways in which a key may be used. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 name constraints extension. Structure is documented below.

critical
boolean
array

Contains excluded DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the excluded email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the excluded IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the excluded URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

Contains permitted DNS names. Any DNS name that can be constructed by simply adding zero or more labels to the left-hand side of the name satisfies the name constraint. For example, example.com, www.example.com, www.sub.example.com would satisfy example.com while example1.com does not.

array

Contains the permitted email addresses. The value can be a particular email address, a hostname to indicate all email addresses on that host or a domain with a leading period (e.g. .example.com) to indicate all email addresses in that domain.

array

Contains the permitted IP ranges. For IPv4 addresses, the ranges are expressed using CIDR notation as specified in RFC 4632. For IPv6 addresses, the ranges are expressed in similar encoding as IPv4 addresses.

array

Contains the permitted URIs that apply to the host part of the name. The value can be a hostname or a domain with a leading period (like .example.com)

array

(Output) Describes the X.509 certificate policy object identifiers, per https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5280#section-4.2.1.4. Structure is documented below.

array

An ObjectId specifies an object identifier (OID). These provide context and describe types in ASN.1 messages.

id
string
labels
object
lifetime
string
location
string
array

The chain that may be used to verify the X.509 certificate. Expected to be in issuer-to-root order according to RFC 5246.

array

(Deprecated) Required. Expected to be in leaf-to-root order according to RFC 5246.

pemCsr
string
pool
string
project
string
array

Output only. Details regarding the revocation of this Certificate. This Certificate is considered revoked if and only if this field is present. Structure is documented below.

array

Conditions of the resource.

lastTransitionTime
requiredstring
message
string
reason
requiredstring
status
requiredstring
type
requiredstring
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