Getting Started Severless On AWS with PulumiJuly 17, 2023
Learn how Pulumi's IaC platform can help remove the complexity and enable beginners to quickly get up to speed with serverless architectures.
Learn how Pulumi's IaC platform can help remove the complexity and enable beginners to quickly get up to speed with serverless architectures.
Join the Redis and Pulumi team to learn how to deploy Redis Cloud resources on any cloud using any programming language with Pulumi.
Learn the fundamentals of building and deploying containerized workloads and get an introduction to Pulumi's IaC platform and deployment on AWS.
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PulumiUP is a virtual conference with industry-recognized leaders, demos, and panel discussions about the future of IaC, Platform Engineering & DevOps and Cloud
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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities.
This workshop is designed to help new users become familiar with the core concepts needed to effectively deploy resources on AWS using Pulumi.
In this March 2023 workshop, you will learn how to deploy a Kubernetes cluster on Google Cloud and run containerized applications on the cluster.
In this workshop, you will learn how to enable self-service infrastructure for your organization using AWS Proton and Pulumi.
Observability is a key component of any site reliability strategy and New Relic and Pulumi make it easier than ever to define metrics, alerts, and dashboards.
This workshop is designed to help new users become familiar with the core concepts needed to effectively deploy resources on Google Cloud using Pulumi.
In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code through a series of guided exercises using the Pulumi Cloud Engineering platform.
Go from Zero to Production on Kubernetes using Python to build abstractions and MARA - Modern Application Reference Architecture.
This workshop will demonstrate how to securely connect end-user devices and cloud resources using infrastructure as code written in real programming languages.
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Learn the basics of Azure and Pulumi with a hands-on lab that will take you from deploying a simple static website to deploying a Spring Boot application.
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In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to stand up basic services using Infrastructure as Code through a series of hands-on labs.
The Pulumi team will show you how to enforce best practices by creating policies that scale from a single infrastructure stack to your entire organization.
Learn the basics of Pulumi from projects to components. We’ll use Java and Docker to build, configure, and deploy a real-life, modern application.
Learn the basics of Pulumi using C# and templates to stand up a small Kubernetes cluster on AKS from Azure.
Explore building up a serverless microservices architecture on AWS using infrastructure as code, cloud engineering principles, and TypeScript.
Explore more about building up a containerized microservices architecture on Azure using infrastructure as code and cloud engineering principles
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Evan Boyle and Casey Huang give you a guided tour of the Pulumi Automation API and Pulumi Deployments.
Learn how Pulumi’s Automation API can be integrated into a self-service application to codify your business logic and provide a richer operational experience.
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Dan Swartz, Altana's Principal Software Engineer, discusses how Pulumi's Automation API can be integrated into a self-service application.
Dennis Webb, Staff Software Engineer at Panther, describes his team's journey to move their infrastructure code from CloudFormation to Pulumi.
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Meagan Cojocar and Bryce Lampe introduce Pulumi Deployments and other features.
Joe Duffy and Luke Hoban kick off Cloud Engineering Days with exciting new Pulumi announcements.
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Learn the basics of Pulumi from projects to components. We’ll use Python and Docker to build, configure, and deploy a real-life, modern application.
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Learn the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code (IaC) with Pulumi, using Docker, and Python. Build and deploy a full stack python app. Source code available.
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In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code through a series of guided exercises using Pulumi’s Cloud Engineering platform.
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Pulumi has been named an EMA Product to Watch in 2022/23 for the Infrastructure as Code category.
In this workshop, you’ll build a Python & Flask web application that lets you and your developers deploy applications at the click of a button.
In this workshop, we’ll use the Google Cloud native provider to build infrastructure using TypeScript and examine some of Pulumi's newest features.
In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code on AWS through a series of exercises using Pulumi’s Cloud Engineering platform.
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Join Wesley Faulkner, Ellen Körbes, Rizel Scarlett, and Paul Czarkowski as they discuss a variety of topics related to Cloud Engineering.
In this talk, you will learn how Apple leveraged a custom state backend with SSO, RBAC, and pipelines powered by the Pulumi Automation API to drive IaC.
Learn how to use practices from software development like test driven development and CI/CD to manage complexity at each stage of cloud development.
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Let's talk about how we can provide more power to users to customize, configure, streamline, and understand what they are getting from us.
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In this session you'll gain an understanding on the benefits of creating reusable modules, what sort of modules you can create, how to go about creating them.
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In this dev day workshop, you will examine how Pulumi interacts with Kubernetes, and build real-world examples of managing Amazon EKS clusters.
In this workshop, you will examine how Pulumi interacts with Kubernetes, and build real-world examples of managing Amazon EKS clusters.
In this workshop, we’ll examine how Pulumi can accelerate provisioning of cloud infrastructure. We’ll focus on AWS Lambda, and build a set of microservices.
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In this week's episode of Modern Infrastructure Wednesday, we go in-depth on the container-based AWS Lambda functions demo.
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Join Pulumi CTO and expert panelists Joe Beda, Al Sene, Jason Warner, and Corey Scobie as they discuss how architectures and platforms are evolving.
As companies transition to AWS, the flexibility in your costs can often bring concerns on how you manage it and how you avoid that surprise bill.
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Pulumi CEO, Joe Duffy, and Chef Co-founder, Adam Jacob share their thoughts on the role Cloud Engineers play in helping organizations innovate faster.
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In this talk multiple techniques for testing different configuration formats, including showing how to use Open Policy Agent to test Pulumi.
Adora Nwodo teaches the concepts of Infrastructure as code and how you're able to treat infrastructure deployment code the same way you treat your source code.
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In this session we will explore how we got to this point and how we can adopt Chaos Engineering to help us wake up less and sleep better.
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Learn how GitLab, the largest all-remote employer, has perfected building remote teams. From hiring remote workers to reducing distractions for your team.
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In today's episode, we explore the next generation Microsoft Azure provider for Pulumi. We take it for a spin on Azure's Cosmos DB serverless preview.
Angel Rivera and Chris Smith walk you through best practices for app developers, DevOps, and SREs to keep configuration mistakes from reaching production.
Dan Hernandez and Praneet Loke demonstrate how Pulumi works with Spinnaker to enable cloud-native continuous delivery for infrastructure and applications.
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Deploy and update your infrastructure the same way you deliver the rest of your application: with real code delivered through your CI/CD pipeline.
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Watch Pulumi CEO, Joe Duffy and Corey Quinn as they walk-through Pulumi features and new capabilities that help tame cloud cost and complexity.
Learn how Mercedes-Benz Research and Development is using Pulumi to help their development teams build self-service cloud infrastructure in this tech talk.
Pulumi Engineer Evan Boyle uses Go to walk us through modern infrastructure-as-code concepts and best practices like functions, containers, and Kubernetes.
Learn how you can use C#, F#, and VB.NET to define the infrastructure for Azure, AWS, or even on-prem Kubernetes clusters.
Erin Krengel and Cameron Stokes will demonstrate practical examples for defining and enforcing policies on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud.
In this episode, Lee Zen walks you through anomaly detection with Amazon GuardDuty + Slack using TypeScript and Pulumi.
In this hands-on workshop, the Pulumi team will show you how to stand up basic services using Infrastructure as Code (IaC) through a series of hands-on labs.
In this week's edition of Modern Infrastructure as Code Wednesday, we’ll show you how to set up an API Gateway for an AWS Lambda function in 30 minutes.
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Deploy and scale a load-balanced Kubernetes service using Pulumi, including building, publishing, and running a private container image.
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Pulumi engineer, Mike Metral, walks through workflows around around ephemeral Kubernetes.
Dinesh Ramamurthy, Engineering Manager, Mercedes Benz R&D, talks about his team's experience with Pulumi.
Learn how to unify your development and DevOps teams with the power of general purpose programming languages to create cloud-native applications.
Join us in the webinar to see how Pulumi supercharges Mapbox’s IoT asset tracking architecture on AWS, from API Gateway, Amazon Kinesis, to DynamoDB and S3.