1. How to auto-tag AWS resources with Pulumi?


    Sure, we can auto-tag AWS resources using Pulumi using the aws.ec2.Tag resource.

    The Tag resource allows you to add tags to an existing resources that support tagging. These tags are key-value pairs associated with resources, and they can be used for organizing, sorting, and categorizing resources.

    Here is a Pulumi program that creates an Amazon S3 bucket and auto-tags it:

    import * as aws from "@pulumi/aws"; import * as pulumi from '@pulumi/pulumi'; // Create a new AWS S3 bucket const bucket = new aws.s3.Bucket('my-bucket'); // Add a tag to the bucket new aws.ec2.Tag("BucketTag", { key: 'Environment', value: 'Production', resourceId: bucket.id, }); // Export the bucket name export const bucketName = bucket.id;

    This is a simple example of how to use the aws.ec2.Tag resource with Pulumi. After creating the S3 bucket, we create a new Tag resource. This requires us to specify the key, value, and resourceId.

    Here, key and value are your tag's key-value pair. The resourceId is the ID of the resource you intend to apply the tag to. In this case, it's the Bucket id passed as bucket.id.

    This will create the bucket and attach the specified tag to it.

    For detailed information about the aws.ec2.Tag resource, check out its documentation.