Azure WebServer with Manual Provisioning

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This demonstrates using Pulumi dynamic providers to accomplish post-provisioning configuration steps.

Using these building blocks, one can accomplish much of the same as Terraform provisioners. tracks designing and developing a complete replacement for provisioners.

Running the Example

First, create a stack, using pulumi stack init.

Now, we need to ensure that our dependencies are installed:

$ npm install

You’ll need to log in to the azure cli. You will be prompted to do this during deployment if you forget this step.

$ az login

We’ll need to set some config for login credentials, and location information.

pulumi config set azure:location westus
pulumi config set username <your_username>
pulumi config set password --secret <your_desired_password>

Next, generate an OpenSSH keypair for use with your server - as per the Azure Requirements

$ ssh-keygen -t rsa -f rsa -m PEM

This will output two files, rsa and, in the current directory. Be sure not to commit these files!

We then need to configure our stack so that the public key is used by our VM, and the private key used for subsequent SCP and SSH steps to configure our server after it is stood up.

$ cat | pulumi config set publicKey --
$ cat rsa | pulumi config set privateKey --secret --

If your key is protected by a passphrase, add that too:

$ pulumi config set privateKeyPassphrase --secret [yourPassphraseHere]

Notice that we’ve used --secret for both privateKey and privateKeyPassphrase. This ensures their are stored in encrypted form in the Pulumi secrets system.

From there, you can run pulumi up and all resources will be provisioned and configured.