Posts Tagged pulumi-releases

Pulumi Release Notes: CED Launches, Skip Checkpoints flag, Automation API NodeJS parallel inline programs, and much more!

Pulumi Release Notes: CED Launches, Skip Checkpoints flag, Automation API NodeJS parallel inline programs, and much more!

In addition to our Cloud Engineering Days launches, we have been busy shipping improvements in the last 2 months. Let’s walk through the release highlights across Pulumi engineering areas from September and October. If you want to learn more between release blogs, follow the CLI improvements in the pulumi/pulumi repo changelog and Pulumi Service features in the new features blogs.

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Announcing: Pulumi Deployments, YAML GA, Arch Templates

Announcing: Pulumi Deployments, YAML GA, Arch Templates

Our mission at Pulumi is to enable teams to scale up what they can build in the cloud. Scale up the sophistication and value of their cloud infrastructure investments through software engineering practices. Scale up the automation around delivering cloud infrastructure with software instead of just humans. And scale up the number of developers who can directly benefit from the rich cloud platform capabilities being built by central platform teams in every organization today.

As part of Pulumi Cloud Engineering Days 2022 today we are announcing a set of important new advancements in the Pulumi platform which are all designed to help organizations scale with their infrastructure as code needs.

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Pulumi YAML General Availability

Pulumi YAML General Availability

Earlier this year we launched support for Pulumi YAML as a new supported language for Pulumi’s Universal Infrastructure as Code platform. Pulumi YAML offers a simple declarative interface to the full breadth of the Pulumi platform, ideal for smaller scale use cases and composition of higher level component building blocks. And with support for pulumi convert, Pulumi YAML programs can be converted into a program in any other Pulumi language, ensuring you can easily scale up if and when needed.

Today, we’re excited to announce the General Availability of Pulumi YAML with the release of Pulumi YAML 1.0.

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Pulumi Release Notes: Pulumi Import Improvements, RetainOnDelete as a resource option, and more!

Pulumi Release Notes: Pulumi Import Improvements, RetainOnDelete as a resource option, and more!

The team has been busy releasing new features and improvements in the last 3 weeks. Read on to learn about what’s new in this release!

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February Releases: Update Plans public preview, Helm Release for Kubernetes GA and new Pulumi Service sign-in experience

February Releases: Update Plans public preview, Helm Release for Kubernetes GA and new Pulumi Service sign-in experience

The team has been busy releasing new features and improvements in the last 3 weeks. Read on to learn about what’s new in this release!

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Jan. releases: Pulumi Packages support for plugins hosted anywhere and Pulumi Service 3rd party audit for secrets decryption

Jan. releases: Pulumi Packages support for plugins hosted anywhere and Pulumi Service 3rd party audit for secrets decryption

Over the holidays we have been releasing new features and improvements. Read on to learn about what’s new in this release!

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Dec. 8 releases: K8s examples, exclude protected resources from destroy, easier invites to the Pulumi Service

Dec. 8 releases: K8s examples, exclude protected resources from destroy, easier invites to the Pulumi Service

With the holiday season approaching, we’ve been focused on tidying up our products, delivering asks we’ve heard from you in GitHub and at conferences, and looking ahead to 2022! Read on to learn about what’s new this release:

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