1. Domain Name Management for AI Model Deployment


    To manage a domain name for AI model deployment with Pulumi, you would typically proceed with the following steps:

    1. Register or manage a domain name using a domain registration service such as AWS Route 53 or Google Cloud Domains.
    2. Create DNS records to point to your AI model's hosting service, which could be an endpoint on Amazon S3, Amazon SageMaker, or a similar service.
    3. Optionally, set up SSL/TLS certificates to enable HTTPS for secure connections to your AI model's endpoint.
    4. Configure any necessary networking or security settings, such as VPC configurations, firewalls, or access policies.

    In this example, we'll assume that you're deploying your AI model on AWS and want to use Amazon Route 53 for domain name management. We'll use Pulumi to create a new hosted zone in AWS Route 53 and set up a record to point to an Amazon SageMaker endpoint.

    Here's a program written in Python that demonstrates these steps with Pulumi:

    import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Name of your domain domain_name = "my-ai-model.com" # Create an AWS Route 53 hosted zone for managing DNS settings for your domain hosted_zone = aws.route53.Zone("my-ai-model-hosted-zone", name=domain_name, comment="Hosted zone managed by Pulumi" ) # Replace the `sagemaker_endpoint` variable with your actual SageMaker endpoint URL # This is typically provided by AWS when you create an endpoint for your AI model sagemaker_endpoint = "vpce-12345.sagemaker.us-west-2.vpce.amazonaws.com" # Create an A record to point your domain to the SageMaker endpoint # This assumes your AI model is deployed on a private SageMaker endpoint with a VPC endpoint a_record = aws.route53.Record("my-ai-model-a-record", zone_id=hosted_zone.zone_id, name=domain_name, type="A", alias={ "name": sagemaker_endpoint, "zone_id": "Z2FDTNDATAQYW2", # Use the hosted zone ID for the SageMaker endpoints "evaluate_target_health": False, } ) # Export the hosted zone ID and the DNS name of the record to access them outside the Pulumi program pulumi.export("hosted_zone_id", hosted_zone.zone_id) pulumi.export("a_record_dns_name", a_record.fqdn)

    Here's an explanation of each part of the program:

    • We start by importing the required modules from the Pulumi SDK.

    • We specify the domain name we wish to manage, which will be used to create the Route 53 hosted zone.

    • We create the AWS Route 53 hosted zone with aws.route53.Zone. This hosted zone allows us to manage DNS settings for the specified domain.

    • The sagemaker_endpoint variable should be replaced with the DNS name of your SageMaker endpoint. This endpoint is typically provided by AWS when you deploy your model.

    • We create a DNS A record with aws.route53.Record, which points our domain to the SageMaker endpoint. This allows users to reach the AI model by visiting your domain. We use alias settings specific to AWS infrastructure, which is recommended for AWS services like SageMaker.

    • Finally, we export the hosted_zone_id and the a_record_dns_name of the DNS record. This allows us to retrieve these values from the Pulumi stack and use them elsewhere if needed, such as in scripts or in the AWS console.

    Please replace my-ai-model.com with your registered domain name and sagemaker_endpoint with your SageMaker endpoint DNS. The example assumes that the model is deployed within AWS and uses SageMaker endpoints; if your setup differs, you'll need to adjust the DNS configuration accordingly.

    Remember to ensure that your Pulumi CLI is configured with the appropriate AWS credentials before running this program.