One of the great benefits of adopting Infrastructure as Code is that you can drastically reduce the amount of repetition when declaring your infrastructure. Using familiar languages like Python means you can use functions, loops and object oriented programming paradigms to reduce the boilerplate.
In this workshop, we’ll guide you through an example of building a reusable Pulumi component for a hypothetical “production ready application” in Python and help you understand how to build reusable abstractions for your infrastructure as code workflow.
- Lee BriggsSales Engineer, Pulumi
What you will learn:
- How to build reusable Pulumi Components.
- How to manage the components you build.
- How to deploy these components for use by other engineers.
Get Started with Pulumi
- Create an AWS S3 Bucket then modify the bucket to host a static website.
- Create an Azure Resource Group and Storage Account, then export the storage account’s connection string.
- Create a Google Cloud Storage Bucket and apply labels to that bucket.
- Create a Kubernetes NGINX deployment and add a config value for MiniKube deployments.