1. How to create a security group within a specified VPC?


    Sure, you can use the aws.ec2.SecurityGroup and aws.ec2.Vpc resources in the Pulumi AWS package to create a security group within a specified VPC.

    In this program, we first create a VPC. Then, we create a security group within that VPC, and finally, we export the ID of the security group.

    Here's the program to accomplish this:

    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi"; import * as aws from "@pulumi/aws"; // Create a new VPC const vpc = new aws.ec2.Vpc("my-vpc", { cidrBlock: "", }); // Create a new security group within the VPC const securityGroup = new aws.ec2.SecurityGroup("my-security-group", { vpcId: vpc.id, ingress: [ { protocol: "tcp", fromPort: 22, toPort: 22, cidrBlocks: [""] }, ], egress: [ { protocol: "-1", fromPort: 0, toPort: 0, cidrBlocks: [""] }, ], }); // Export the security group ID exports.sgId = securityGroup.id;

    In this program, the aws.ec2.Vpc resource creates a new VPC with a CIDR block of "". The aws.ec2.SecurityGroup resource creates a new security group in this VPC. The vpcId property is set to vpc.id, referencing the ID of the VPC we created.

    The ingress property of aws.ec2.SecurityGroup defines the inbound rules for the security group. We allow all TCP traffic over port 22 (the standard port for SSH) from any IP address ("").

    The egress property defines the outbound rules. Here, we are allowing all outbound traffic (protocol: "-1" means all protocols) to any IP address.

    For more details, refer to the Pulumi API documentation for aws.ec2.Vpc and aws.ec2.SecurityGroup.