Boundary meter module




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Version information

  • 3.1.0 (latest)
  • 3.0.3
  • 3.0.2
  • 3.0.1
  • 3.0.0
released Jan 21st 2015

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boundary/boundary — version 3.1.0 Jan 21st 2015

Boundary module

This is the Boundary module.

To use it with Boundary Premium:

class { 'boundary':
  token => 'api_token'

To use it with Boundary Enterprise:

class { 'boundary':
  token => 'org_id:api_key',
  tags  => [ 'these', 'are', 'tags' ]

Or, as of Boundary Meter 3.1, you can use it with both at the same time:

class { 'boundary':
  token => 'api_token,org_id:api_key',
  tags  => [ 'these', 'are', 'tags' ]

To remove a meter change your include to:

class { 'boundary::delete' }

To specify a stand-alone meter you can use the boundary_meter resource:

boundary_meter { "name_of_meter":
  ensure => present,
  token  => ['api_token'],
  tags   => [ "production", "web", "cluster" ],

You can also use the proxy_addr and proxy_port options to specify an HTTPS proxy server if required.


APT based distros will require the puppetlabs-apt module which requires wget. This has not been added as dependency because yum based distros shouldn't have to install an apt module.

Dashboard Support

It is possible to use this module from Puppet Dashboard (aka Console). To use the module add boundary to the list of classes. Then add the boundary class directly to a node or a group. The following dashboard parameters are supported:

  • token
  • tags

The tags parameter is an array of tag names to apply to this meter (e.g., [ 'a', 'list', 'of', 'tags' ] ).


Zachary Schneider

James Turnbull

The boundary_meter type and provider is heavily based on work by Joe Williams and Ben Black from Boundary.


Puppet Labs 2011-2013

Boundary 2014


Apache 2.0