Microsoft.ContainerService managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations 2024-01-01

Bicep resource definition

The managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations resource type can be deployed with operations that target:

For a list of changed properties in each API version, see change log.

Resource format

To create a Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations resource, add the following Bicep to your template.

resource symbolicname 'Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations@2024-01-01' = {
  name: 'string'
  parent: resourceSymbolicName
  properties: {
    maintenanceWindow: {
      durationHours: int
      notAllowedDates: [
        {
          end: 'string'
          start: 'string'
        }
      ]
      schedule: {
        absoluteMonthly: {
          dayOfMonth: int
          intervalMonths: int
        }
        daily: {
          intervalDays: int
        }
        relativeMonthly: {
          dayOfWeek: 'string'
          intervalMonths: int
          weekIndex: 'string'
        }
        weekly: {
          dayOfWeek: 'string'
          intervalWeeks: int
        }
      }
      startDate: 'string'
      startTime: 'string'
      utcOffset: 'string'
    }
    notAllowedTime: [
      {
        end: 'string'
        start: 'string'
      }
    ]
    timeInWeek: [
      {
        day: 'string'
        hourSlots: [
          int
        ]
      }
    ]
  }
}

Property values

managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations

Name Description Value
name The resource name

See how to set names and types for child resources in Bicep.
string (required)
parent In Bicep, you can specify the parent resource for a child resource. You only need to add this property when the child resource is declared outside of the parent resource.

For more information, see Child resource outside parent resource.
Symbolic name for resource of type: managedClusters
properties Properties of a default maintenance configuration. MaintenanceConfigurationProperties

MaintenanceConfigurationProperties

Name Description Value
maintenanceWindow Maintenance window for the maintenance configuration. MaintenanceWindow
notAllowedTime Time slots on which upgrade is not allowed. TimeSpan[]
timeInWeek If two array entries specify the same day of the week, the applied configuration is the union of times in both entries. TimeInWeek[]

MaintenanceWindow

Name Description Value
durationHours Length of maintenance window range from 4 to 24 hours. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 4
Max value = 24
notAllowedDates Date ranges on which upgrade is not allowed. 'utcOffset' applies to this field. For example, with 'utcOffset: +02:00' and 'dateSpan' being '2022-12-23' to '2023-01-03', maintenance will be blocked from '2022-12-22 22:00' to '2023-01-03 22:00' in UTC time. DateSpan[]
schedule Recurrence schedule for the maintenance window. Schedule (required)
startDate The date the maintenance window activates. If the current date is before this date, the maintenance window is inactive and will not be used for upgrades. If not specified, the maintenance window will be active right away. string
startTime The start time of the maintenance window. Accepted values are from '00:00' to '23:59'. 'utcOffset' applies to this field. For example: '02:00' with 'utcOffset: +02:00' means UTC time '00:00'. string (required)

Constraints:
Pattern = ^\d{2}:\d{2}$
utcOffset The UTC offset in format +/-HH:mm. For example, '+05:30' for IST and '-07:00' for PST. If not specified, the default is '+00:00'. string

Constraints:
Pattern = ^(-|\+)[0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}$

DateSpan

Name Description Value
end The end date of the date span. string (required)
start The start date of the date span. string (required)

Schedule

Name Description Value
absoluteMonthly For schedules like: 'recur every month on the 15th' or 'recur every 3 months on the 20th'. AbsoluteMonthlySchedule
daily For schedules like: 'recur every day' or 'recur every 3 days'. DailySchedule
relativeMonthly For schedules like: 'recur every month on the first Monday' or 'recur every 3 months on last Friday'. RelativeMonthlySchedule
weekly For schedules like: 'recur every Monday' or 'recur every 3 weeks on Wednesday'. WeeklySchedule

AbsoluteMonthlySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfMonth The date of the month. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 31
intervalMonths Specifies the number of months between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 6

DailySchedule

Name Description Value
intervalDays Specifies the number of days between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 7

RelativeMonthlySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfWeek Specifies on which day of the week the maintenance occurs. 'Friday'
'Monday'
'Saturday'
'Sunday'
'Thursday'
'Tuesday'
'Wednesday' (required)
intervalMonths Specifies the number of months between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 6
weekIndex Specifies on which week of the month the dayOfWeek applies. 'First'
'Fourth'
'Last'
'Second'
'Third' (required)

WeeklySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfWeek Specifies on which day of the week the maintenance occurs. 'Friday'
'Monday'
'Saturday'
'Sunday'
'Thursday'
'Tuesday'
'Wednesday' (required)
intervalWeeks Specifies the number of weeks between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 4

TimeSpan

Name Description Value
end The end of a time span string
start The start of a time span string

TimeInWeek

Name Description Value
day The day of the week. 'Friday'
'Monday'
'Saturday'
'Sunday'
'Thursday'
'Tuesday'
'Wednesday'
hourSlots Each integer hour represents a time range beginning at 0m after the hour ending at the next hour (non-inclusive). 0 corresponds to 00:00 UTC, 23 corresponds to 23:00 UTC. Specifying [0, 1] means the 00:00 - 02:00 UTC time range. int[]

Constraints:
Min value = 0
Max value = 23

ARM template resource definition

The managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations resource type can be deployed with operations that target:

For a list of changed properties in each API version, see change log.

Resource format

To create a Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations resource, add the following JSON to your template.

{
  "type": "Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations",
  "apiVersion": "2024-01-01",
  "name": "string",
  "properties": {
    "maintenanceWindow": {
      "durationHours": "int",
      "notAllowedDates": [
        {
          "end": "string",
          "start": "string"
        }
      ],
      "schedule": {
        "absoluteMonthly": {
          "dayOfMonth": "int",
          "intervalMonths": "int"
        },
        "daily": {
          "intervalDays": "int"
        },
        "relativeMonthly": {
          "dayOfWeek": "string",
          "intervalMonths": "int",
          "weekIndex": "string"
        },
        "weekly": {
          "dayOfWeek": "string",
          "intervalWeeks": "int"
        }
      },
      "startDate": "string",
      "startTime": "string",
      "utcOffset": "string"
    },
    "notAllowedTime": [
      {
        "end": "string",
        "start": "string"
      }
    ],
    "timeInWeek": [
      {
        "day": "string",
        "hourSlots": [ "int" ]
      }
    ]
  }
}

Property values

managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations

Name Description Value
type The resource type 'Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations'
apiVersion The resource api version '2024-01-01'
name The resource name

See how to set names and types for child resources in JSON ARM templates.
string (required)
properties Properties of a default maintenance configuration. MaintenanceConfigurationProperties

MaintenanceConfigurationProperties

Name Description Value
maintenanceWindow Maintenance window for the maintenance configuration. MaintenanceWindow
notAllowedTime Time slots on which upgrade is not allowed. TimeSpan[]
timeInWeek If two array entries specify the same day of the week, the applied configuration is the union of times in both entries. TimeInWeek[]

MaintenanceWindow

Name Description Value
durationHours Length of maintenance window range from 4 to 24 hours. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 4
Max value = 24
notAllowedDates Date ranges on which upgrade is not allowed. 'utcOffset' applies to this field. For example, with 'utcOffset: +02:00' and 'dateSpan' being '2022-12-23' to '2023-01-03', maintenance will be blocked from '2022-12-22 22:00' to '2023-01-03 22:00' in UTC time. DateSpan[]
schedule Recurrence schedule for the maintenance window. Schedule (required)
startDate The date the maintenance window activates. If the current date is before this date, the maintenance window is inactive and will not be used for upgrades. If not specified, the maintenance window will be active right away. string
startTime The start time of the maintenance window. Accepted values are from '00:00' to '23:59'. 'utcOffset' applies to this field. For example: '02:00' with 'utcOffset: +02:00' means UTC time '00:00'. string (required)

Constraints:
Pattern = ^\d{2}:\d{2}$
utcOffset The UTC offset in format +/-HH:mm. For example, '+05:30' for IST and '-07:00' for PST. If not specified, the default is '+00:00'. string

Constraints:
Pattern = ^(-|\+)[0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}$

DateSpan

Name Description Value
end The end date of the date span. string (required)
start The start date of the date span. string (required)

Schedule

Name Description Value
absoluteMonthly For schedules like: 'recur every month on the 15th' or 'recur every 3 months on the 20th'. AbsoluteMonthlySchedule
daily For schedules like: 'recur every day' or 'recur every 3 days'. DailySchedule
relativeMonthly For schedules like: 'recur every month on the first Monday' or 'recur every 3 months on last Friday'. RelativeMonthlySchedule
weekly For schedules like: 'recur every Monday' or 'recur every 3 weeks on Wednesday'. WeeklySchedule

AbsoluteMonthlySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfMonth The date of the month. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 31
intervalMonths Specifies the number of months between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 6

DailySchedule

Name Description Value
intervalDays Specifies the number of days between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 7

RelativeMonthlySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfWeek Specifies on which day of the week the maintenance occurs. 'Friday'
'Monday'
'Saturday'
'Sunday'
'Thursday'
'Tuesday'
'Wednesday' (required)
intervalMonths Specifies the number of months between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 6
weekIndex Specifies on which week of the month the dayOfWeek applies. 'First'
'Fourth'
'Last'
'Second'
'Third' (required)

WeeklySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfWeek Specifies on which day of the week the maintenance occurs. 'Friday'
'Monday'
'Saturday'
'Sunday'
'Thursday'
'Tuesday'
'Wednesday' (required)
intervalWeeks Specifies the number of weeks between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 4

TimeSpan

Name Description Value
end The end of a time span string
start The start of a time span string

TimeInWeek

Name Description Value
day The day of the week. 'Friday'
'Monday'
'Saturday'
'Sunday'
'Thursday'
'Tuesday'
'Wednesday'
hourSlots Each integer hour represents a time range beginning at 0m after the hour ending at the next hour (non-inclusive). 0 corresponds to 00:00 UTC, 23 corresponds to 23:00 UTC. Specifying [0, 1] means the 00:00 - 02:00 UTC time range. int[]

Constraints:
Min value = 0
Max value = 23

Terraform (AzAPI provider) resource definition

The managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations resource type can be deployed with operations that target:

  • Resource groups

For a list of changed properties in each API version, see change log.

Resource format

To create a Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations resource, add the following Terraform to your template.

resource "azapi_resource" "symbolicname" {
  type = "Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations@2024-01-01"
  name = "string"
  parent_id = "string"
  body = jsonencode({
    properties = {
      maintenanceWindow = {
        durationHours = int
        notAllowedDates = [
          {
            end = "string"
            start = "string"
          }
        ]
        schedule = {
          absoluteMonthly = {
            dayOfMonth = int
            intervalMonths = int
          }
          daily = {
            intervalDays = int
          }
          relativeMonthly = {
            dayOfWeek = "string"
            intervalMonths = int
            weekIndex = "string"
          }
          weekly = {
            dayOfWeek = "string"
            intervalWeeks = int
          }
        }
        startDate = "string"
        startTime = "string"
        utcOffset = "string"
      }
      notAllowedTime = [
        {
          end = "string"
          start = "string"
        }
      ]
      timeInWeek = [
        {
          day = "string"
          hourSlots = [
            int
          ]
        }
      ]
    }
  })
}

Property values

managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations

Name Description Value
type The resource type "Microsoft.ContainerService/managedClusters/maintenanceConfigurations@2024-01-01"
name The resource name string (required)
parent_id The ID of the resource that is the parent for this resource. ID for resource of type: managedClusters
properties Properties of a default maintenance configuration. MaintenanceConfigurationProperties

MaintenanceConfigurationProperties

Name Description Value
maintenanceWindow Maintenance window for the maintenance configuration. MaintenanceWindow
notAllowedTime Time slots on which upgrade is not allowed. TimeSpan[]
timeInWeek If two array entries specify the same day of the week, the applied configuration is the union of times in both entries. TimeInWeek[]

MaintenanceWindow

Name Description Value
durationHours Length of maintenance window range from 4 to 24 hours. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 4
Max value = 24
notAllowedDates Date ranges on which upgrade is not allowed. 'utcOffset' applies to this field. For example, with 'utcOffset: +02:00' and 'dateSpan' being '2022-12-23' to '2023-01-03', maintenance will be blocked from '2022-12-22 22:00' to '2023-01-03 22:00' in UTC time. DateSpan[]
schedule Recurrence schedule for the maintenance window. Schedule (required)
startDate The date the maintenance window activates. If the current date is before this date, the maintenance window is inactive and will not be used for upgrades. If not specified, the maintenance window will be active right away. string
startTime The start time of the maintenance window. Accepted values are from '00:00' to '23:59'. 'utcOffset' applies to this field. For example: '02:00' with 'utcOffset: +02:00' means UTC time '00:00'. string (required)

Constraints:
Pattern = ^\d{2}:\d{2}$
utcOffset The UTC offset in format +/-HH:mm. For example, '+05:30' for IST and '-07:00' for PST. If not specified, the default is '+00:00'. string

Constraints:
Pattern = ^(-|\+)[0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}$

DateSpan

Name Description Value
end The end date of the date span. string (required)
start The start date of the date span. string (required)

Schedule

Name Description Value
absoluteMonthly For schedules like: 'recur every month on the 15th' or 'recur every 3 months on the 20th'. AbsoluteMonthlySchedule
daily For schedules like: 'recur every day' or 'recur every 3 days'. DailySchedule
relativeMonthly For schedules like: 'recur every month on the first Monday' or 'recur every 3 months on last Friday'. RelativeMonthlySchedule
weekly For schedules like: 'recur every Monday' or 'recur every 3 weeks on Wednesday'. WeeklySchedule

AbsoluteMonthlySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfMonth The date of the month. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 31
intervalMonths Specifies the number of months between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 6

DailySchedule

Name Description Value
intervalDays Specifies the number of days between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 7

RelativeMonthlySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfWeek Specifies on which day of the week the maintenance occurs. "Friday"
"Monday"
"Saturday"
"Sunday"
"Thursday"
"Tuesday"
"Wednesday" (required)
intervalMonths Specifies the number of months between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 6
weekIndex Specifies on which week of the month the dayOfWeek applies. "First"
"Fourth"
"Last"
"Second"
"Third" (required)

WeeklySchedule

Name Description Value
dayOfWeek Specifies on which day of the week the maintenance occurs. "Friday"
"Monday"
"Saturday"
"Sunday"
"Thursday"
"Tuesday"
"Wednesday" (required)
intervalWeeks Specifies the number of weeks between each set of occurrences. int (required)

Constraints:
Min value = 1
Max value = 4

TimeSpan

Name Description Value
end The end of a time span string
start The start of a time span string

TimeInWeek

Name Description Value
day The day of the week. "Friday"
"Monday"
"Saturday"
"Sunday"
"Thursday"
"Tuesday"
"Wednesday"
hourSlots Each integer hour represents a time range beginning at 0m after the hour ending at the next hour (non-inclusive). 0 corresponds to 00:00 UTC, 23 corresponds to 23:00 UTC. Specifying [0, 1] means the 00:00 - 02:00 UTC time range. int[]

Constraints:
Min value = 0
Max value = 23