1. Centralized SCM Repository Access for AI Teams


    To create a centralized Source Code Management (SCM) repository that your AI teams can access, you would use a service like AWS CodeCommit, Azure DevOps Git, or GitHub, depending on your preference for cloud providers. These services allow you to create private repositories that can be accessed and managed by your teams, with controls for permissions and branching strategies to support collaborative development.

    In this example, let's assume we're using AWS and we want to create an AWS CodeCommit repository that our AI teams can use to store and manage their code. The following Pulumi program in Python will create a new repository and output its clone URL, which your team members can use to clone the repository to their local machines.

    I'll guide you through the program, explaining each part as we go.

    1. Import Pulumi AWS SDK: First, you need to import the Pulumi AWS SDK, as it contains the modules required to interact with AWS services.

    2. Creating an AWS CodeCommit Repository: We'll then define an AWS CodeCommit repository using the aws.codecommit.Repository resource. This resource will create a new CodeCommit repository in your AWS account.

    3. Export the Clone URL: After the repository is created, we want to output the repository's clone URL. This URL is used by Git clients to clone the repository to a local development environment.

    Let's look at the program:

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Create a new CodeCommit repository called 'ai-central-repo' ai_repo = aws.codecommit.Repository("aiCentralRepo", description="Centralized repository for AI team") # Export the clone URL for HTTPS to be used by your team to clone the repository pulumi.export("clone_url_http", ai_repo.clone_url_http)

    Here's what the program is doing:

    • ai_repo = aws.codecommit.Repository("aiCentralRepo", ...): This line creates a new CodeCommit repository with a logical name aiCentralRepo. We provide it with a description indicating it's a centralized repository for the AI team.

    • pulumi.export("clone_url_http", ai_repo.clone_url_http): This line exports the HTTPS clone URL of the repository. This URL is what your team members will use with their Git client to clone the repository.

    When you run this Pulumi program, it will provision a new CodeCommit repository in the specified AWS region (which is set in your AWS profile or Pulumi config). You will see the clone URL in the outputs after the program runs successfully, which can then be distributed to your team members.

    Please note that this example assumes you have an AWS account and Pulumi set up for your environment. Additionally, you would need to manage access control to the repository using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) separately—defining which users and services have permissions to read from or write to this repository.

    For more detailed information on setting up and configuring AWS CodeCommit with Pulumi and managing IAM policies for access control, please refer to the AWS CodeCommit documentation provided by Pulumi at AWS CodeCommit Documentation.