Two months ago we launched Resource Search for Pulumi Cloud to offer multi-cloud resource search and analytics across every cloud environment in your organization. Today, we’re excited to announce that we are taking this a step further and exposing a much larger set of data to search over: resource properties.
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.
Pulumi Release Notes: Resource Search, Deployment Actions, Projects in Self-Managed Backends, and more
We have been busy shipping improvements in the last 2 months. Let’s walk through the release highlights across Pulumi engineering areas from March and April. If you want to learn more between release blogs, follow the CLI improvements in the pulumi/pulumi repo changelog and Pulumi Cloud features in the new features blogs.
Last month we announced a new Pulumi Cloud feature available for everyone: Resource Search. In the past month, Resource Search has been the fastest adopted feature since launching Pulumi Cloud, with thousands of users leveraging the feature to find resources across cloud environments, projects, stacks, teams, and users. Today we are announcing two new improvements to Resource Search: advanced filtering and Pulumi Teams support.
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.
Pulumi Release Notes: Colorized Stack Traces, Output Methods for JSON, OIDC integration, and much more!
We have been busy shipping improvements in the last 2 months. Let’s walk through the release highlights across Pulumi engineering areas from January and February. If you want to learn more between release blogs, follow the CLI improvements in the pulumi/pulumi repo changelog and Pulumi Service features in the new features blogs.
Exactly 3 years ago we added support in the Pulumi Service to transfer stacks from an Individual account to a Pulumi organization and between Pulumi organizations. We heard from customers that they love this feature but found it both hard to discover and tedious when moving a large workload from one organization to another and from Individual accounts to organizations. We are excited to announce bulk stack transfer to address this feedback and a new organization set up wizard to improve discovery of the feature.
Pulumi Release Notes: CED Launches, Skip Checkpoints flag, Automation API NodeJS parallel inline programs, and much more!
In addition to our Cloud Engineering Days launches, we have been busy shipping improvements in the last 2 months. Let’s walk through the release highlights across Pulumi engineering areas from September and October. If you want to learn more between release blogs, follow the CLI improvements in the pulumi/pulumi repo changelog and Pulumi Service features in the new features blogs.
It has been an action packed July and August here at Pulumi! Below you will find a highlight list of what we have built across the engineering areas, including new resources support in our providers, new Automation API functionality, interactive options for
pulumi refresh and much more.
The Pulumi Service is the easiest way to use Pulumi’s open source, universal infrastructure as code SDK at scale and provides a fully managed experience. It handles infrastructure state and secrets, sets up SAML SSO, integrates with CI/CD pipelines, and enforces compliance rules.
It’s been nearly four years since the Pulumi Service launched back in 2018. In these last four years, our customer base has grown significantly and as a result, the Service’s features and capabilities have grown with it.