Posts Tagged config

Simpler configuration management with project level config

Simpler configuration management with project level config

One of our most up-voted feature requests (with 78 thumbs ups) is to support hierarchical config. We’re happy to announce that we’ve now released the first part of plans to support this feature. Pulumi will now allow you to set configuration values in your Pulumi.yaml file, using the given value as a default for all stacks in the project. While we expect even this first level of support will be incredibly useful to many people we also want to assure you that we have many more plans in place to make this feature even better.

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Hierarchical Config: The Interim Solution

Hierarchical Config: The Interim Solution

A really common question that we receive on the Pulumi team is, “How can we set config at a project level, that can be used across all stacks?”. When I say “really common” … I mean really, really common. This issue was first open in 2018 and has received 52 votes from the community. Not only that, we’ve had plenty of similar issues created over the years too. Feature-Request: project-wide secrets #2445 Feature Request: Global Config Values How to share a config between projects Project-wide variables (not stack specific) #6719 This is clearly a feature that our community has asked for and we’re currently working on delivering it as soon as we can.

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