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This container, which extends @jcjones’ CFSSL container, will fetch a CA certificate and key from S3, along with a config file for CFSSL. The S3 objects to retrieve are set using environment variables:

<dt><code>CFSSL_CONFIG</code></dt><dd>Path to CFSSL config file (here’s <a href="">an example</a>… hopefully the documentation will improve.)</dd>
<dt><code>CA_CERT</code></dt><dd>S3 path to the PEM-encoded CA certificate</dd>
<dt><code>CA_KEY</code></dt><dd>S3 path to the PEM-encoded decrypted private key</dd>

All S3 paths are passed to the AWS CLI tool, so format them accordingly.

Additional cfssl serve arguments can be passed as the CMD of the running container. I typically include

-port 22299

to expose the utility on port 22299 and bind to the first available network interface.

Example: docker run

docker run --name cfssl-aws -d \
  -p 22299:22299 \
  -e CA_CERT=s3://bucket/aws-cert.pem \
  -e CA_KEY=s3://bucket/aws-key.pem \
  -e CFSSL_CONFIG=s3://bucket/config.json \
  -v /home/vagrant/.aws:/opt/dwolla/.aws:ro \
  bpholt/cfssl-s3:latest \
    -port=22299 \

Example: AWS EC2 Container Service Task Definition

  "family": "cfssl",
  "containerDefinitions": [
      "name": "cfssl",
      "image": "bpholt/cfssl-s3:latest",
      "cpu": 128,
      "memory": 48,
      "essential": true,
      "command": [
        "-port 22299 -address"
      "environment": [
          "name": "CFSSL_CONFIG",
          "value": "s3://bucket/config.json"
          "name": "CA_CERT",
          "value": "s3://bucket/aws-cert.pem"
          "name": "CA_KEY",
          "value": "s3://bucket/aws-key.pem"
      "portMappings": [
          "hostPort": 0,
          "containerPort": 22299,
          "protocol": "tcp"
      "entryPoint": [],
      "links": [],
      "mountPoints": [],
      "volumesFrom": []
  "volumes": []
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