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Managing NOAA Open Data across Multiple Clouds with Pulumi

Managing NOAA Open Data across Multiple Clouds with Pulumi

Denis Willett is a software engineer at the North Carolina Institute of Climate Studies who works on the NOAA Open Data Dissemination Program. His work focuses on leveraging cloud technologies for the development of data processing and machine learning pipelines. Denis did his PhD in Entomology and Nematology at University of Florida and his undergraduate and masters work in Earth Systems at Stanford University. You can read his full bio here.

NOAA Open Data Dissemination (NODD) makes environmental data freely and publicly accessible across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure (Azure), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These data include near real-time satellite imagery, weather models, radar feeds, drought information, ocean databases, and a suite of climate data records among many others. This program supports more than 220 datasets and over 24PB of open data. Since its inception, the program has been growing rapidly, almost doubling in size over the past year.

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Introducing the Puluminaries

Introducing the Puluminaries

Pulumi is more than a way to build, deploy, and manage your infrastructure and cloud applications. Pulumi is also a strong and vibrant community. We are very excited to announce and showcase our new program of community champions, the Puluminaries!

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Announcing Pulumi Community Slack Archive

Announcing Pulumi Community Slack Archive

Creating a place for the Pulumi community to gather, ask questions, get help in real-time, and share successes has been an important part of the explosive growth we’ve seen in both users and customers. The Pulumi community slack has grown to over 7000 members and well over 200,000 messages.

Within those 200,000 messages are years of information kept behind a “walled garden” that is undiscoverable outside Slack’s search capabilities.

Today we’re announcing that our community slack is now publicly available via https://archive.pulumi.com thanks to Linen

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Using Go Generics with Pulumi

Using Go Generics with Pulumi

March 15th, 2022… just two weeks ago. The Go team released Go 1.18 to the world. What seems like a trivial point release actually brings a huge new feature to the Go language: Generics.

In this article, I want to show you how you can use this new feature to build a great developer experience with your abstractions for your Pulumi programs.

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Introducing the Pulumiverse

Introducing the Pulumiverse

Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re working with the Pulumi community to provide a place to interact and collaborate on Pulumi-based libraries, projects, and educational materials: the Pulumiverse.

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Pulumi and LocalStack — beyond the basics

Pulumi and LocalStack — beyond the basics

Recently, Pulumi community member Josh Graham decided to bootstrap a simple application using a serverless approach, with a focus on using good engineering practices and being able to run the application locally. Given that Josh is the (OG) SaaS architect of Atlassian and an AWS user, LocalStack was a natural choice.

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