Late last year we announced Pulumi for Developer Portals: a suite of features designed to empower organizations to construct robust internal developer portals. Since launching the level of adoption and customer interest has led us to make further improvements to enhance developer productivity and collaboration in the authoring experience. We are excited to announce the latest enhancement in Pulumi Cloud: the introduction of a template gallery in New Project Wizard, making creating cloud infrastructure easier than ever.
Pulumi Cloud pricing is straightforward- a charge per resource hour for every resource managed by Pulumi Cloud and a charge for every deployment minute (only applicable if using Pulumi Deployments). However, when prospective customers first look at Pulumi Cloud costs it can be overwhelming to determine what your workload will look like and then do the math.
Today we are making available a simple tool for estimating your cost on the Team Edition of Pulumi Cloud to get prospective customers to the information as quickly as possible.
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing developers and infrastructure teams with powerful tools, we’re thrilled to introduce the latest enhancement to Pulumi Cloud’s stack update pages. We have shipped an improvement to Pulumi Cloud stack update pages where all update pages now show the resources in the stack at that time and the stack outputs going back since your first update on the stack.
We are excited to announce that all users of Pulumi Cloud can now secure their account with multi-factor authentication (MFA). By requiring an additional verification step during the login process, MFA shields against unauthorized access, reducing the risk of breaches. This feature aligns with our commitment to providing robust security measures for our users. As an organization administrator, you can further protect your organization by having your members enable MFA.
We are thrilled to announce the general availability (GA) of Pulumi Deployments, a fully managed platform designed to simplify and accelerate your journey from code to cloud. Whether you’re an organization just beginning your cloud journey or a platform team supporting thousands of engineers, Pulumi Deployments is your go-to solution for managing infrastructure at scale. With the GA of Pulumi Deployments comes a suite of feature improvements since launch and a pricing model starting November 1st.
At Pulumi, we work with organizations that range from a few platform team members to entire departments for managing infrastructure. Many organizations, like Mercedes-Benz, have built internal developer platforms on top of Pulumi to enable developers to self-serve infrastructure templates, and partners like AWS Proton and Port have built integrations with Pulumi to enable self-service scenarios. We are thrilled to have announced yesterday the launch of our new suite of tools to build internal developer portals with Pulumi, a result of working directly with our customers to understand their problems and how Pulumi can solve it.
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.
Last year we launched Organization Access Tokens for Pulumi Cloud, service tokens not tied to individual users, ideal for garnering programmatic access for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tools and other automated processes. After launching this feature we saw record level adoption, with a majority of customers who could use it creating Organization Access Tokens within a matter of weeks.
Pulumi Cloud Resource Search AI assist functionality is now generally available to all organizations! In addition we have shipped some improvements to the feature to make it easier to use and more discoverable: a toggle on the search bar, suggested queries and an “I’m Feeling Lucky” button to generate a random query for you.
Starting today, you can restore previously deleted stacks in the Pulumi Cloud console. We’ve had a number of requests from customers to recover stacks, either because the stack was accidentally deleted or the stack was intentionally deleted but, later on, they want to restore and preserve the activity history on the stack and just remove its resources.