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.
Equinix recently released their self-maintained, fully-supported Pulumi provider, available in the Pulumi Registry. In this post, you’ll get an overview of the Equinix resources the provider can manage and we’ll show you how to deploy a Kubernetes cluster and associated workloads on Equinix Metal.
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:
We are thrilled to announce the release of the Pulumi Azure Native Provider 2.0, a significant upgrade to Pulumi’s native provider for Microsoft Azure. The Azure Native provider offers the most complete support for Azure possible - with same day access to the entire surface area of the Azure features from Azure Resource Manager. Every property of each module is always represented in the SDKs. The 2.0 release brings a host of exciting features and improvements for performance and usability that will enhance your experience with managing Azure resources and empower you to build robust and scalable cloud infrastructure more efficiently.
Today we’re excited to announce Review Stacks – dedicated cloud environments that get created automatically every time a pull request is opened, all powered by Pulumi Deployments. Open a pull request, and Pulumi Deployments will stand up a stack with your changes and the Pulumi GitHub App will add a PR comment with the outputs from your deployment. Merge the PR and Pulumi Deployments will destroy the stack and free up the associated resources.
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.
We are happy to announce the Terraform Migration Offer, a set of migration services bundled into our Pulumi Enterprise and Business Critical Editions. Many of our users come to Pulumi from existing infrastructure as code (IaC) tools like Terraform. They choose Pulumi because of the increased productivity and ability to tame the complexity of the cloud thanks to the choice of any programming language. However, migrating existing IaC projects to Pulumi can come with challenges and time.
Over the last 2 years, we’ve seen an increasing trend of cloud development teams migrating to Pulumi from Terraform. These teams often have experience with and meaningful investment in Terraform, but have also typically run into limits of expressivity, productivity, scalability, or reliability with their existing tools. One of the first questions we hear when they decide to move to Pulumi is “how will I migrate my existing Terraform projects over?”.
Today, we’re excited to announce new support for converting whole Terraform projects to Pulumi via the
pulumi convert command in the Pulumi CLI. The new Terraform converter includes support for Terraform modules, core features of Terraform 1.4, and the majority of Terraform built-in functions, converting to Pulumi TypeScript, Python, Go, or C#. The new converter can significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to migrate Terraform to Pulumi. Let’s dig in to learn more about the new converter and how to use it.
Engineers spend a lot of their valuable time searching documentation for answers. At Pulumi, we believe in exceptional documentation experiences that help people using Pulumi find what they need quickly and use it successfully. Today, we are announcing a set of improved Pulumi documentation experiences that collectively make it easier than ever to discover, learn and build cloud infrastructure with Pulumi.
We are happy to announce the delivery of Azure OIDC authentication, one of the most requested features for the Pulumi Azure Native Provider. With the v1.100.0 release, OpenID Connect (OIDC) authentication is now fully supported in both the Azure Native and Azure Classic providers. Let’s dig in to learn what it is, how it works, and why it’s useful.