1. How to code an Azure SQL database setup?


    To set up an Azure SQL database, we can use several resources provided by the Azure Native Pulumi package.

    Firstly, we establish the resource group which will hold our resources, with the azure-native.resources.ResourceGroup class. This is a necessary foundation for all other resources.

    Next, we create a SQL Server on Azure. We use the azure-native.sql.Server class from the same package, providing necessary configurations like the server name, resource group location, and administrator login parameters.

    Once the SQL Server is created, we create the SQL Database using azure-native.sql.Database. We refer to the previously created SQL Server and Resource Group as input to create this database.

    The code will look like below:

    import * as azure from "@pulumi/azure-native"; // Create an Azure Resource Group const resourceGroup = new azure.resources.ResourceGroup("resourceGroup", { location: "westus" // Location of the resource group }); // Create an Azure SQL Server const sqlServer = new azure.sql.Server("sqlServer", { resourceGroupName: resourceGroup.name, location: resourceGroup.location, serverName: "mySqlServer", // name for your SQL Server instance administratorLogin: "myAdmin", // administrator login name for the SQL Server administratorLoginPassword: "mySecurePassword", // administrator password for the SQL Server version: "12.0", // version of the SQL Server }); // Create an Azure SQL Database in the SQL Server const sqlDatabase = new azure.sql.Database("sqlDatabase", { resourceGroupName: resourceGroup.name, location: resourceGroup.location, databaseName: "mySqlDatabase", // name for your SQL database serverName: sqlServer.name, sku: { name: "Standard", // tier of the SQL Database. It can be Basic, Standard, or Premium tier: "Standard", capacity: 100, // DTUs for the Standard or Premium tier, e.g., 100 DTUs for the Standard tier }, }); // Export the connection string for the SQL database export const connectionString = sqlDatabase.name.apply(name => `Server=tcp:${sqlServer.name}.database.windows.net;Database=${name};User ID=${sqlServer.administratorLogin};Password=${sqlServer.administratorLoginPassword};Trusted_Connection=False;Encrypt=True;`);

    The last part of the script exports the connectionString for the SQL Server that you may use in your application to connect to this database.

    Remember to replace the "mySecurePassword" with a strong password for your SQL Server administrator.

    For more detailed information regarding the resources and their properties used in the program, you can refer to the Pulumi documentation about azure-native.sql.Server and azure-native.sql.Database.