Getting your Pulumi notifications into Microsoft Teams is now easier than ever. Organizations using Pulumi Cloud have previously been setting up Microsoft Teams notifications for their stacks using Pulumi Cloud Webhooks. Webhooks can attach to a Pulumi organization or a Pulumi stack. Starting today, customers can set up a Microsoft Teams integration, for organization or stack notifications, with fewer steps and without needing to host the infrastructure themselves.
As infrastructure projects grow in size and complexity, you need to decompose infrastructure into smaller stacks to limit the blast radius of errors, extract and reference common layers like networking, and limit access to sensitive components. This comes with a coordination cost as you now need to figure out how to detect and propagate changes to downstream stacks in your dependency graph. Today we’re announcing two features that can help you manage this complexity by automatically updating dependent stacks:
Today, we are excited to introduce a set of improvements to Pulumi Cloud Webhooks designed to deliver your deployment notifications to where you already spend your time, enabling faster response times to critical issues. Getting your deployment notifications into Slack is now easier than ever on Pulumi Cloud with our new Slack integration. We are also announcing two new improvements to our webhooks feature: Pulumi Deployments events and fine-grained event filtering.
Delivering software has been conventionally driven by CI/CD workflows. A single commit is merged into a codebase, and a small, and static set of workflow runs are triggered by the CI system to update the appropriate environments (Dev -> Staging -> Production). This may have been fine when the only product a company had to offer was a single stateless web service, but increasingly companies are called upon to deliver cloud infrastructure as a product.
Here at Pulumi, we believe in leveraging the best features of programming languages to create a delightful development experience for our users. Today, we continue our contributions in this area by announcing cross-language support for
enum types in our provider SDKs, available in all Pulumi languages - Python, TypeScript, .NET and Go.