1. GitLab Issue Tracking for AI Model Development Workflows


    To set up issue tracking for AI model development workflows using GitLab with Pulumi, you'll want to interact with several GitLab resources. These resources can help you automate project issue tracking within a GitLab repository that's dedicated to your AI model development.

    Before we dive into the code, let's break down the key resources we will use:

    1. gitlab.Project: This represents your GitLab project where you will be developing your AI model.

    2. gitlab.ProjectIssue: Each instance represents an issue within your project. Issues are used to discuss ideas and plan and track work.

    3. gitlab.ProjectIssueBoard: This is a board within your project used to manage issues. You can have multiple boards within a project for different purposes or teams.

    4. gitlab.ProjectMilestone: Milestones are used to track the progress on groups of issues or merge requests within a project.

    Now, let's create a simple Pulumi program in Python that sets up a project and uses these resources for issue tracking. In the following program, we will:

    • Create a new GitLab project for the AI model development workflow.
    • Create an issue board within the project.
    • Create an issue attached to the board, representing a task in the project.
    • Create a milestone for tracking a phase of the development, and link the issue to this milestone.

    Here's the Pulumi program to achieve the above setup:

    import pulumi import pulumi_gitlab as gitlab # Create a new GitLab project for AI model development. project = gitlab.Project("ai_model_project", name="ai-model-development", description="Project for AI model development workflows", ) # Create a project issue board to track issues. issue_board = gitlab.ProjectIssueBoard("ai_model_issue_board", project=project.id, name="Development Board", ) # Create a milestone to track a phase of the AI model development. milestone = gitlab.ProjectMilestone("ai_model_milestone", project=project.id, title="Phase 1", description="First phase of AI model development", ) # Create an issue to represent a task in the AI model project, # attach it to the Development Board and Phase 1 Milestone. issue = gitlab.ProjectIssue("ai_model_issue", project=project.id, title="Implement Data Preprocessing", description="Implement and test data preprocessing steps", milestone_id=milestone.id, labels=["enhancement"], ) # Export the URL of the created project and issue for easy access. pulumi.export("project_url", project.web_url) pulumi.export("issue_url", issue.web_url)

    In the above Python program, we start by importing the necessary Pulumi packages. Then, we create instances of the Project, ProjectIssueBoard, ProjectMilestone, and ProjectIssue classes, providing the required attributes for each resource.

    When the above Pulumi program is run using the Pulumi CLI, it will provision the resources in your GitLab account. After the run, it will also output the URLs of the created project and issue, which you can use to navigate directly to them in your web browser.

    Remember that to run this Pulumi program, you need to have the Pulumi CLI installed and configured with your GitLab token for authentication. With these resources, you can start implementing a structured way to track issues and manage your AI model development efficiently.