4IR uses Pulumi to reduce infrastructure deployment times, up-skill its team, and accelerate time to market.
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Atlassian Bitbucket used Pulumi to make it easier and faster for its developers to use cloud infrastructure and reduced developers' time spent on maintenance by 50%.
BMW used Pulumi to build a scalable and resilient hybrid cloud implementation that could handle more than eleven thousand developers.
Credijusto used Pulumi to help its development team scale to support rapid growth while enforcing best practices for their infrastructure.
To support the company’s modernization strategy, Elkjøp developed a self-service infrastructure platform that would enable its developers to easily provision cloud infrastructure using approved resources and security practices. The goal was to increase development velocity while maintaining cloud guardrails that uphold security and compliance.
Pulumi enabled Fauna to develop a crucial new feature, Region Groups, by giving developers a way of building and deploying multi-cloud applications quickly and safely with software engineering.
Pulumi enabled GreenPark Sports to empower its developers with self-service cloud infrastructure, allowing them to quickly and easily deploy Kubernetes clusters and contribute infrastructure code.
Learning Machine used Pulumi and TypeScript to streamline its DevOps processes and eliminate several hundred thousand lines of configuration code.
Lemonade's Ops team supports a much larger group of developers by using Pulumi to standardize infrastructure components and enforce best practices.
Lykke worked closely with Pulumi to bring new applications to market and deploy infrastructure capabilities that help their developer team be more productive.
Menta Network used Pulumi and GitLab to build ephemeral environments in Python and helped its customers to get ready for peak traffic.
Mercedes-Benz Research and Development used Pulumi to bring their application and infrastructure teams closer together.
North Carolina Institute of Climate Studies adopted Pulumi to manage the NOAA Open Data Dissemination project across AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, and simplified deployment and management of multi-cloud architectures with a small team.
With Pulumi, Panther Labs was able to provide innovative solutions to their customers quickly, which is a clear advantage for a startup.
The DevOps team at SANS Institute, which provides cybersecurity training & certification, uses Pulumi to streamline delivering applications and infrastructure.
Skai selected Pulumi as their IaC framework of choice due to its native programmatic nature, an endless number of modules, and the ability to customize the solution.
Snowflake uses Pulumi to allow their application and infrastructure teams to truly treat their infrastructure as software.
Pulumi helps to supercharge Kubernetes deployments at Sourcegraph, ensuring their team has continuous access to the latest builds.
SST builds a new version of SST (Ion) on Pulumi instead of CDK because of its limitations around speed, error handling, leaky abstractions, non-AWS provider support, and more.
Matt Stephenson is Senior Principal Software Engineer leading infrastructure architecture at Starburst, and originally introduced Pulumi to the company. Starburst provides a data lake analytics platform that’s powered by Trino - an open-source distributed SQL query engine designed for running fast analytic queries across large datasets in multiple data sources. At Starburst, Matt helped revamp and improve how the company manages its multi-cloud and cloud native infrastructure.
Washington Trust Bank is the largest independently-owned full-service commercial bank in the Northwest. It wanted to maintain secure, reliable, and compliant cloud resources while also empower more agile development teams as it modernized its software development and infrastructure. The bank used Pulumi to automate building and deploying its cloud infrastructure, eliminate infrastructure provisioning as a bottleneck, and empower developers to self-service infrastructure and increase productivity.
At WhyLabs, Pulumi has made a significant impact in how they build, deploy and manage their infrastructure.