1. Managed User Pools for Collaborative AI Development Environments


    In order to manage user pools for collaborative AI development environments, we'll use Amazon Cognito services. Amazon Cognito provides authentication, authorization, and user management for your web and mobile apps. We can create user pools that allow you to maintain a directory of users who can sign up and sign in to these applications.

    In this case, we'll create a Cognito User Pool, which will serve as our directory of users. User pools are user directories that provide sign-up and sign-in options for your app users. We'll also add a User Pool Client to the user pool, which is how your app interacts with the user pool for sign-up, sign-in, etc.

    Here's an overview of what we'll do in this Pulumi program:

    1. Create an AWS Cognito User Pool to store and manage users.
    2. Add a User Pool Client to our User Pool, which allows an app to use the User Pool for authenticating users.
    3. Define a User Group within the User Pool, which can be helpful to manage different permissions or roles for a subset of users.
    4. Export some key values, like the User Pool ID and the User Pool Client ID, which might be used in your application to interact with the authentication services.

    Below is a Pulumi program written in Python that sets up a managed user pool using AWS Cognito. Note that you'll need the pulumi_aws plugin installed to run this program.

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Create a Cognito User Pool. user_pool = aws.cognito.UserPool("aiUserPool", # The name of the user pool. This will be displayed in the AWS console. name="AIDevelopmentUserPool", # An array of user pool tags, which can help organize and identify resources. tags={ "Environment": "Development", "Purpose": "AI Collaborative Environment", }, # Specifies password policy for the users in this user pool. password_policy=aws.cognito.UserPoolPasswordPolicyArgs( minimum_length=8, require_numbers=True, require_symbols=True, require_lowercase=True, require_uppercase=True, ), # Auto verified attributes specify which attributes will be automatically verified by Cognito. auto_verified_attributes=["email"] ) # Create a Cognito User Pool Client. user_pool_client = aws.cognito.UserPoolClient("aiUserPoolClient", # The User Pool ID to which this client will be attached. user_pool_id=user_pool.id, # Should the app client secret be generated. generate_secret=True, # A list of allowed OAuth flows. 'code' or 'implicit', 'client_credentials' are possible options. allowed_oauth_flows=["code"], # Should the OAuth flows be allowed for the client. allowed_oauth_flows_user_pool_client=True, # A list of allowed OAuth scopes. You can specify 'openid', 'email', 'profile', 'aws.cognito.signin.user.admin'. allowed_oauth_scopes=["openid", "profile"] ) # Create a Cognito User Group. user_group = aws.cognito.UserGroup("aiUserGroup", # The name of the user group within the user pool. name="AIDevelopmentTeam", # The User Pool ID of the group. user_pool_id=user_pool.id, # IAM Role to be assumed by the users in the group. role_arn="IAMRoleARN", # Replace 'IAMRoleARN' with the actual ARN of the IAM role you want to associate. # User group description. description="Admin team working on AI Development" ) # Exporting the User Pool ID and User Pool Client ID for other services/applications to use. pulumi.export("user_pool_id", user_pool.id) pulumi.export("user_pool_client_id", user_pool_client.id)

    This program defines the basics needed for setting up a collaborative environment using AWS Cognito for user management. It doesn't include IAM Role creation or any advanced settings like UI customization or Lambda Triggers for user pool hooks. You can expand upon this to include those based on your requirements.

    To run this Pulumi program:

    • Ensure you have AWS credentials configured on your system.
    • Have Pulumi CLI installed and logged in.
    • Run pulumi up after saving this code to a file (e.g., manage_user_pools.py).

    The pulumi up command will prompt you to confirm the deployment. After confirmation, Pulumi will allocate the defined resources on AWS, and once it's complete, it will output the User Pool ID and the User Pool Client ID, which you can use in your application code.