1. Data orchestration using AWS Redshift


    Based on your goal, we can create an AWS Redshift cluster and use it for data orchestration. The Pulumi program below accomplishes this.

    Below is a simplified Pulumi TypeScript program which provisions a VPC, a Redshift Subnet Group and a Redshift Cluster in AWS.

    Please note that in the 'masterUsername' and 'masterPassword' fields, you'll need to put in your desired username and password, and for 'vpcSecurityGroupIds', you'll need to put in the security group's ID to allow the desired inbound/outbound rules.

    Now to the code:

    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi"; import * as aws from "@pulumi/aws"; const exampleVpc = new aws.ec2.Vpc("exampleVpc", {cidrBlock: ""}); const exampleSubnet = new aws.ec2.Subnet("exampleSubnet", { cidrBlock: "", vpcId: exampleVpc.id, }); const exampleSecurityGroup = new aws.ec2.SecurityGroup("exampleSecurityGroup", { vpcId: exampleVpc.id, ingress: [ { cidrBlocks: [""], fromPort: -1, protocol: "icmp", toPort: -1 }, { cidrBlocks: [""], fromPort: 5439, protocol: "tcp", toPort: 5439 } ], egress: [ { cidrBlocks: [""], fromPort: 0, protocol: "-1", toPort: 0 } ], }); const redshiftSubnet = new aws.redshift.SubnetGroup("exampleSubnetGroup", { subnetIds: [exampleSubnet.id], }); const redshiftCluster = new aws.redshift.Cluster("exampleCluster", { clusterIdentifier: "tf-redshift-cluster", clusterType: "single-node", databaseName: "mydb", masterPassword: "Mustbe8characters", masterUsername: "foo", nodeType: "dc1.large", clusterSubnetGroupName: redshiftSubnet.name, vpcSecurityGroupIds: [exampleSecurityGroup.id], }); export const redshiftClusterEndpoint = redshiftCluster.endpoint

    This program creates a single-node Redshift cluster in the provided VPC and subnet. The cluster is accessible using the provided masterUsername and masterPassword.

    Please replace 'Mustbe8characters' with your desired master password, 'foo' with your desired master username, and 'tf-redshift-cluster' with your preferred cluster identifier in the provided code.

    You can view the aws.redshift.Cluster in the Pulumi Registry for more details on its usage.

    Please ensure that you have the AWS provider configured correctly in your Pulumi project.

    Finally, 'redshiftClusterEndpoint' is exported as a stack output. You can get the value of this output after running pulumi up with pulumi stack output redshiftClusterEndpoint.