Pure Storage FlashArray and FlashBlade JSON file reference


Portworx uses a single secret for both FlashArray and FlashBlade configuration. If you’re planning on using both together, specify all of your FlashBlade and FlashArray entries in a single JSON file.

{
    "FlashArrays": [
        {
            "MgmtEndPoint": "<first-fa-management-endpoint>",
            "APIToken": "<first-fa-api-token>"
        },
        {
            "MgmtEndPoint": "<second-fa-management-endpoint>",
            "APIToken": "<second-fa-api-token>"
        }
    ],
    "FlashBlades": [
        {
            "MgmtEndPoint": "<fb-management-endpoint>",
            "APIToken": "<fb-api-token>",
            "NFSEndPoint": "<fb-nfs-endpoint>"
        },
        {
            "MgmtEndPoint": "<fb-management-endpoint>",
            "APIToken": "<fb-api-token>",
            "NFSEndPoint": "<fb-nfs-endpoint>"
        }
    ]
}

FlashArray object reference

Key Value Required?
MgmtEndPoint Your FlashArray management endpoint.
Data type: string
Yes
APIToken Your FlashArray API token.
Data type: string
Yes

FlashBlade object reference

Key Value Required?
MgmtEndPoint Your FlashBlade management endpoint.
Data type: string
Yes
APIToken Your FlashBlade API token.
Data type: string
Yes
NFSEndPoint Your FlashBlade NFS endpoint.
Data type: string
Yes


Last edited: Tuesday, Nov 23, 2021