Deploy the Stack
Let’s go ahead and deploy the stack:
$ pulumi up
This command instructs Pulumi to determine the resources needed to create the stack. First, a preview is shown of the changes that will be made:
Previewing update (dev): Type Name Plan + pulumi:pulumi:Stack quickstart-dev create + ├─ azure:core:ResourceGroup resourceGroup create + └─ azure:storage:Account storage create Resources: + 3 to create Do you want to perform this update? yes > no details
yes will create resources in Azure.
Do you want to perform this update? yes Updating (dev): Type Name Status + pulumi:pulumi:Stack quickstart-dev created + ├─ azure:core:ResourceGroup resourceGroup created + └─ azure:storage:Account storage created Outputs: connectionString: "DefaultEndpointsProtocol=https;AccountName=storage1b3018e9;AccountKey=...;EndpointSuffix=core.windows.net" Resources: + 3 created Duration: 26s
The storage account’s connection string that we exported is shown as a stack output.
If you are using the Pulumi Service backend, you can follow the "View Live" link displayed in the CLI output. This will open the update in the Pulumi Console, where you can view the output and explore detailed information about your stack such as its activity, resources, and configuration.
Next, we’ll make some modifications to the program.