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Environment Variables

Because no sensitive data touches dragondrop servers, sensitive job parameterization occurs through environment variables attached to the compute running the dragondrop container.

dragondrop Job Env Vars

DRAGONDROP_JOBTOKEN
  • Description: Token for the current dragondrop Job.
    • Go to "Jobs" page in the web application. Select "Details" for the Job of interest, and copy the token displayed.
  • Example: "my-dragondrop-job-token"

Cost Calculation Tokens Job Env Vars

DRAGONDROP_INFRACOSTAPITOKEN
  • Description: Registered Infracost API token. Can be either hosted or self hosted.
    • Docs on Infracost API token registration can be found here.
  • Example: "my-infracost-api-token"

Scanning Your Cloud Env Vars

DRAGONDROP_DIVISIONCLOUDCREDENTIALS
  • Description: Mapping between the name of a division of a public cloud provider and the corresponding read-only credential.
    • A division for AWS is an account name, for Azure is a resource group, and for GCP is a project.
    • AWS: A service account credentials key map of the format {awsAccessKeyID: "", awsSecretAccessKey:""}
    • Google: A service account key with new-lines and tabs removed.
  • Structure: "{google-divisionName1}:{serviceAccount1}"
  • Example: my-gcp-project:{service account secret key},my-aws-account:{awsAccessKeyID": "MYKEYID","awsSecretAccessKey": "MYSECRETKEYID"}
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Version Control System (VCS) Env Vars

DRAGONDROP_VCSTOKEN
  • Description: Personal access token for the VCS provider specified. Allows the containerized executable to interact with the VCS provider to open a pull request containing new resources and needed migrations.
    • For GitHub, should only be provided "Repo" permissions.
  • Example: "ghp_my-github-access-token"

Terraform Cloud Env Vars

DRAGONDROP_TERRAFORMCLOUDTOKEN
  • Description: Terraform cloud team token for accessing remote workspaces.
    • Should be a Terraform Cloud Team Token.
  • Example: "my-tf-cloud-team token"