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Pulumi Cloud Gets Full Historical Views of Resources and Stack Outputs

Pulumi Cloud Gets Full Historical Views of Resources and Stack Outputs

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing developers and infrastructure teams with powerful tools, we’re thrilled to introduce the latest enhancement to Pulumi Cloud’s stack update pages. We have shipped an improvement to Pulumi Cloud stack update pages where all update pages now show the resources in the stack at that time and the stack outputs going back since your first update on the stack.

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Pulumi Cloud Adds Multi-factor Authentication

Pulumi Cloud Adds Multi-factor Authentication

We are excited to announce that all users of Pulumi Cloud can now secure their account with multi-factor authentication (MFA). By requiring an additional verification step during the login process, MFA shields against unauthorized access, reducing the risk of breaches. This feature aligns with our commitment to providing robust security measures for our users. As an organization administrator, you can further protect your organization by having your members enable MFA.

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Pulumi Deployments is Generally Available: Scale Your Infrastructure, Not Your Headcount

Pulumi Deployments is Generally Available: Scale Your Infrastructure, Not Your Headcount

We are thrilled to announce the general availability (GA) of Pulumi Deployments, a fully managed platform designed to simplify and accelerate your journey from code to cloud. Whether you’re an organization just beginning your cloud journey or a platform team supporting thousands of engineers, Pulumi Deployments is your go-to solution for managing infrastructure at scale. With the GA of Pulumi Deployments comes a suite of feature improvements since launch and a pricing model starting November 1st.

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Remediation Policies: Continuous and Automatic Compliance

Remediation Policies: Continuous and Automatic Compliance

Pulumi’s policy as code engine, CrossGuard, is already very flexible, and can enforce custom or predefined policies across a wide variety of use cases, including security, compliance, cost, and overall best practices. CrossGuard warns or issues errors should a deployment attempt to violate a policy. Last week we announced a new extension to CrossGuard called remediation policies. Remediation policies don’t just check for compliance, they go ahead and actually fix the problems in place. This ensures that every deployment across your entire team conforms, no questions asked, while also not needing to pester end users to remember all of the rules as they write their infrastructure as code, such as tagging resources a specific way. In this post, we will dig deeper into remediation policies and their use cases.

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Backstage Plugin Now Available for Pulumi

Backstage Plugin Now Available for Pulumi

Backstage is an open source framework for building developer portals, created at Spotify and donated to the CNCF. It allows engineers to create their own development portal internally. Backstage makes it easy for teams to create a unified portal for their infrastructure tooling, software templates, services, documentation and plugins for external tools.

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Pulumi Release Notes: AI in the CLI, Go generics, AWS 6.0, Review Stacks and so much more!

Pulumi Release Notes: AI in the CLI, Go generics, AWS 6.0, Review Stacks and so much more!

We’ve had an exciting quarter at Pulumi, shipping all kinds of improvements from our providers to our Cloud service. To stay up-to-date on all the details and additional improvements between release blogs, be sure to check out the pulumi/pulumi repo changelog for CLI enhancements and the Pulumi Cloud features in the new features blogs for updates on Pulumi Service features. We have a lot to cover, so let’s get started!

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Pulumi Insights and AI in the Pulumi CLI

Pulumi Insights and AI in the Pulumi CLI

Earlier this year we introduced Pulumi Insights, a collection of features that bring intelligence to cloud infrastructure using Pulumi. Two key components of that launch were Pulumi AI, a generative AI assistant purpose-built to create cloud infrastructure using natural language, and Pulumi Resource Search, multi-cloud search and analytics across every cloud resource and environment in your organization. Today, we are excited to bring Pulumi Insights into the pulumi CLI with the new pulumi org search and pulumi ai commands.

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Announcing Microsoft Teams Webhook Integration for Pulumi Cloud

Announcing Microsoft Teams Webhook Integration for Pulumi Cloud

Getting your Pulumi notifications into Microsoft Teams is now easier than ever. Organizations using Pulumi Cloud have previously been setting up Microsoft Teams notifications for their stacks using Pulumi Cloud Webhooks. Webhooks can attach to a Pulumi organization or a Pulumi stack. Starting today, customers can set up a Microsoft Teams integration, for organization or stack notifications, with fewer steps and without needing to host the infrastructure themselves.

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Resource Search - AI Assist is Generally Available

Resource Search - AI Assist is Generally Available

Pulumi Cloud Resource Search AI assist functionality is now generally available to all organizations! In addition we have shipped some improvements to the feature to make it easier to use and more discoverable: a toggle on the search bar, suggested queries and an “I’m Feeling Lucky” button to generate a random query for you.

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