1. Proxmox VE API Permissions for Automated AI Workflows


    To set up permissions for automated AI workflows with Proxmox VE (Virtual Environment), you will need to interact directly with the Proxmox VE API, as currently, there isn't a direct Pulumi provider for Proxmox VE. However, you can use Pulumi to manage the infrastructure where your Proxmox VE runs and then use custom scripts or the Pulumi Automation API to integrate with the Proxmox VE API for setting up permissions.

    Below is an example program that illustrates how you could set up a basic infrastructure on AWS that could host a VM for Proxmox VE (not the setup of Proxmox itself). The program will set up a virtual private cloud (VPC), a subnet, a security group, and an EC2 instance that will serve as the Proxmox VE host. After the infrastructure is set up, you would then install Proxmox VE onto the EC2 instance and manage permissions through its API.

    To give you a clear understanding of each section, I will guide you through the setup with comments in the code.

    This program assumes you've already configured your AWS provider via Pulumi, and you're prepared to run Pulumi programs in your environment.

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Create a new VPC for the Proxmox host vpc = aws.ec2.Vpc("proxmox-vpc", cidr_block="") # Create a subnet where the Proxmox host will reside subnet = aws.ec2.Subnet("proxmox-subnet", vpc_id=vpc.id, cidr_block="") # Create a security group for the Proxmox host to allow necessary traffic security_group = aws.ec2.SecurityGroup("proxmox-secgrp", vpc_id=vpc.id, description="Allow traffic for Proxmox", ingress=[aws.ec2.SecurityGroupIngressArgs( protocol="-1", # Allow all traffic (not recommended for production) from_port=0, to_port=0, cidr_blocks=[""] )]) # Launch an EC2 instance to host the Proxmox VE proxmox_instance = aws.ec2.Instance("proxmox-instance", instance_type="t2.medium", vpc_security_group_ids=[security_group.id], ami="ami-0c55b159cbfafe1f0", # This AMI ID is an example, use an appropriate AMI for Proxmox subnet_id=subnet.id, key_name="your-key-pair-name", # Replace with your SSH key pair name tags={ "Name": "Proxmox-Host" }) # Output the public IP address of the Proxmox host pulumi.export('proxmox_host_public_ip', proxmox_instance.public_ip)

    In this program:

    1. We start by creating a VPC that provides an isolated network environment.
    2. We create a subnet within this VPC where our Proxmox host will live.
    3. We establish a security group to define rules for inbound and outbound traffic for the Proxmox host. In the example, we allow all inbound traffic, but in a production scenario, you'd want to limit access to specific ports and IP addresses for security reasons.
    4. We launch an AWS EC2 instance that will serve as our Proxmox host. This instance is deployed into our specified subnet and security group. We specify an instance type and an AMI that would be suitable for running Proxmox VE. Do note that you need to replace 'ami-0c55b159cbfafe1f0' with the AMI that you intend to use for Proxmox VE.
    5. Finally, we export the public IP address of the Proxmox instance so it can be accessed from outside the VPC.

    After setting up your Proxmox VE host with this Pulumi program, you would then proceed with the regular Proxmox installation process on your EC2 instance. Once Proxmox is installed, you can interact with its API to set up permissions for automated AI workflows. Unfortunately, that part of the setup must be done outside of Pulumi and will likely involve writing scripts that make HTTP requests to the Proxmox VE API.