One of the most common needs when someone starts a new project on cloud infrastructure is a scaffold of initial infrastructure that follows best practices. We’re pleased to share our new architecture templates that allow you to define that scaffold with a single command on Pulumi.
Pulumi makes it easy to flexibly deploy your cloud infrastructure using code. Usually deployments encompass a single slack and a single region in your cloud of choice. If you need to go multi-region, that usually means creating a stack per-region, which Pulumi’s configuration system makes easy. A stack per region isn’t required, though! Sometimes we want a single stack to span regions for performance, scalability, resilience, or just hard requirements. In these cases, Pulumi can seamlessly orchestrate deployments to, or even across, multiple regions, accounts, or clusters. In this article, we’ll see this in action by provisioning an AWS RDS primary database into one region and a read replica in an entirely different region – all from a single Pulumi program, stack, and
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