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Pulumi is an open source platform for building and deploying cloud infrastructure and applications in your favorite language on any cloud.

Describe your resources in code—VMs, networks, databases, containers, Kubernetes clusters and workloads, serverless functions—and the CLI safely and reliably manages your cloud resources using an infrastructure-as-code approach.

Why Pulumi?

By using general purpose languages for infrastructure as code, you get all the benefits of real languages—IDEs, abstractions, and reuse thanks to functions, classes, and packages, debugging, testability, and more. The result is greater productivity with far less copy and paste, and it works the same way no matter which cloud you're targeting.

Alternatives

Other approaches use YAML, JSON, or bespoke DSLs (Domain-Specific Languages) that you need to master and convince your team to use. These "languages" fall short of general purpose languages, since they lack abstractions and reuse, and reinvent familiar concepts like package managers. Worse, these solutions are usually unique to every given cloud that you need to target.

Community

Pulumi's SDK is fully open source and extensible, enabling you to participate in a rich ecosystem of libraries that ease common tasks, ranging from containers to serverless to infrastructure, and everything in between. Languages and clouds are supported using an extensible plugin model, enabling public, private, and even hybrid cloud support.

Containers

Deploy a Docker container to production in 5 minutes using your favorite orchestrator.

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Serverless

Stand up a serverless API or event handler in 5 minutes using a real lambda in code.

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Infrastructure

Manage cloud infrastructure or hosted services using infrastructure as code.

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Kubernetes

Deploy and orchestrate cloud native Kubernetes services in real code, no YAML needed.

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For questions or feedback, reach us through our community Slack channel, GitHub, or email support@pulumi.com.