1. Passing VpcComponent object to Ec2Component in TypeScript?


    Certainly, you can pass a VpcComponent object to an Ec2Component in TypeScript. Below is an example where we first create a VPC using awsx.ec2.Vpc and then pass the VPC to aws.ec2.Instance, which we are using to represent Ec2Component.

    First, we start by installing @pulumi/awsx using npm install --save @pulumi/awsx.

    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi"; import * as aws from "@pulumi/aws"; import * as awsx from "@pulumi/awsx"; // Create a new VPC using awsx.ec2.Vpc let vpc = new awsx.ec2.Vpc("custom", { cidrBlock: "", // Enable DNS resolution and DNS hostnames to allow instances to have DNS in Amazon VPC. enableDnsSupport: true, enableDnsHostnames: true, }); // Then pass the VPC to the EC2 instance let instance = new aws.ec2.Instance("instance", { ami: "ami-0c55b159cbfafe1f0", instanceType: "t2.micro", // Attach the instances to our VPC. We use vpc.publicSubnets[0] to attach the instances to the first subnet. subnetId: vpc.publicSubnetIds[0], keyName: "myKey", // keyName is used for SSH access }); // Export the instance's public IP and public DNS name to the Pulumi stack's outputs export let publicIp = instance.publicIp; export let publicDns = instance.publicDns;

    In the above program:

    1. A new VPC is declared using awsx.ec2.Vpc.
    2. We then pass this VPC to an aws.ec2.Instance, which we use to represent Ec2Component.

    VPCs are a fundamental piece of cloud infrastructure that enables you to launch AWS resources in a defined virtual network. In our example, we've created a VPC with a specified CIDR block and enabled DNS support and hostnames for the instances within the VPC.

    The EC2 instance is then launched within this VPC.

    Please adjust the configuration (like AMI, instance type, keyName) to match your environment.