We’ve seen how to quickly get started using AWS with Pulumi.
From here, you can dive deeper with additional AWS tutorials:
- Containers on ECS “Fargate”: Deploy containers to Amazon
- EC2 Linux WebServer VM: Create an EC2 Linux Web Server virtual machine
- Serverless REST API Gateways using Lambda: Create simple RESTful web server using AWS Lambdas
- Serve a Static Website from S3: Serve a static website out of content in an S3 bucket
- Serverless + Containers + Infrastructure: Deploy a complete application using a combination of buckets, serverless functions and containers.
In addition to the tutorials, several interesting examples are available complete with instructions:
- Ruby on Rails in EC2: Run a Ruby on Rails WebServer using EC2 instances
- SQS-Triggered Lambdas: Post to Slack using a Lambda anytime a SQS message arrives
- Static Website in CloudFront and S3: Create a static website serving content out of S3, fronted by a CloudFront CDN
- Provision an Elastic Kubernetes Service Cluster: Stand up a managed EKS cluster
Introducing Pulumi Crosswalk for AWS
Use Pulumi Crosswalk for AWS to easily use the best of what AWS has to offer, with well-architected best practices, for the entire AWS cloud. Go to production with containers, Kubernetes, and serverless applications.