1. How to authenticate GCP with Pulumi generated resources?


    To authenticate GCP (Google Cloud Platform) with Pulumi, you'll need to set up the Google Cloud SDK on your local machine and authenticate it with your GCP account.

    Here's a program showing how to import the Google Cloud provider and use it to create a storage bucket:

    import * as gcp from "@pulumi/gcp"; // Define a GCP project const project = gcp.config.project || "<your-gcp-project>"; // Create a GCP provider const provider = new gcp.Provider("provider", { project: project, region: "us-central1", }); // Create a GCP storage bucket using the defined provider const bucket = new gcp.storage.Bucket("my-bucket", { name: "my-bucket", }, { provider: provider }); // Associate this resource with the provider export const bucketName = bucket.name;

    In this program, we're importing the @pulumi/gcp module and creating a Google Cloud provider using your project and region details. We then use this provider when creating a Google Cloud Storage bucket.

    Remember to replace "<your-gcp-project>" with your actual GCP project ID. If you have already set the project ID in your GCP configuration, you can simply use gcp.config.project.

    The export at the end makes the name of the bucket available as a stack output. This can be useful when you want to integrate this bucket with other parts of your infrastructure.

    For this code to work, you need to have the Google Cloud SDK installed and authorized with gcloud auth login command, and gcloud config set project <your-gcp-project> command. For more details about Google Cloud Platform setup, you can refer to the Pulumi GCP Setup documentation.