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Pulumi ESC: Python SDK

    The Python SDK for Pulumi ESC (Environments, Secrets, and Configuration) allows you to automate Pulumi ESC.

    Here are some of the scenarios the SDK can automate:

    • List environments and read environment definitions
    • Open enviroments to access config and resolve secrets
    • Create, update, decrypt, and delete environment definitions
      • Supports both structured types and yaml text
    • List environment revisions and create new revision tags
    • Check environment definitions for errors

    Install the SDK package

    Run pip install pulumi-esc-sdk to install the SDK package.

    Examples

    These samples show how to create an EscClient with an access token and use it to perform varias ESC tasks.

    All of these example expects a PULUMI_ACCESS_TOKEN and PULUMI_ORG environment variable to be set.

    Manage environment example

    This example creates a new environment, opens that environment to access a secret, and the list the environments.

    import pulumi_esc_sdk as esc
    import os
    
    accessToken = os.getenv("PULUMI_ACCESS_TOKEN")
    
    orgName = os.getenv("PULUMI_ORG")
    
    configuration = esc.Configuration(access_token=accessToken)
    client = esc.EscClient(configuration)
    
    envName = "sdk-python-example"
    
    # Create environment
    client.create_environment(orgName, envName)
    
    # create a new EnvironmentDefinition with "my_secret" as a secret in values additional_properties
    envDef = esc.EnvironmentDefinition(
        imports=[],
        values=esc.EnvironmentDefinitionValues(
            additional_properties={
                "my_secret": {
                    "fn::secret": "shh! don't tell anyone"
                }
            }
        )
    )
    
    # Update environment
    client.update_environment(orgName, envName, envDef)
    
    # Open and read the environment
    
    env, values, yaml = client.open_and_read_environment(orgName, envName)
    
    secret = values["my_secret"]
    print(f'Secret: {secret}\n')
    
    # List environments
    
    environments = client.list_environments(orgName)
    
    for env in environments.environments:
        print(f'Environment: {env.name}')
    

    Tag revision example

    This example lists revisions for an environment, tags a revision, and lists revision tags.

    import pulumi_esc_sdk as esc
    import os
    
    accessToken = os.getenv("PULUMI_ACCESS_TOKEN")
    
    orgName = os.getenv("PULUMI_ORG")
    
    configuration = esc.Configuration(access_token=accessToken)
    client = esc.EscClient(configuration)
    
    envName = "sdk-python-example"
    
    # list environment revisions
    
    revisions = client.list_environment_revisions(orgName, envName)
    
    # get second latest revision
    second_latest_revision = revisions[1]
    
    # create a new environment revision tag
    client.create_environment_revision_tag(orgName, envName, "stable", second_latest_revision.number)
    
    print(f'Tagged revision {second_latest_revision.number} as stable')
    
    # list environment revision tags
    tags = client.list_environment_revision_tags(orgName, envName)
    
    for tag in tags.tags:
        print(f'Tag {tag.name} at revision {tag.revision}')
    
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