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issue openedelastic/terraform-provider-ec

Support docker_image overrides for Cloud-First Testing


Many users in Elastic make heavy use of this provider to instrument Elastic Cloud. Some of those users are taking advantage of features developed in Cloud-First Testing (elastic/dev#1502). One of the main features is the docker_image override field as part of the create deployment API.

This is an internal feature. I'm not sure how we would want to handle that.

Possible Implementation

I assume that whatever Terraform resource controls the resources in the API could mostly add a field there. I've never written a provider before though. Here's an example of it in use (as part of the CFT guide).


Successful creation of a deployment is probably sufficient.


The @elastic/observablt-robots team is the primary customer here, though others will likely benefit. @cachedout and others can add their thoughts.

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