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    busy-telephone-91852

    6 months ago
    Hi, I have been using Pulumi in the past 2-3 weeks to setup our infrastructure on AWS and it’s been great. We are considering setting up Amazon Managed Grafana. Wondering if there are any plans to configure Amazon Managed Grafana workspace using pulumi in the near future (apologies if I missed any discussion regarding this).
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    busy-island-31180

    6 months ago
    I just want some arbitrary resource that fits the
    pulumi.Resource
    interface
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    ancient-solstice-62300

    6 months ago
    Just wondering if anyone else got this error, which only happens when I run pulumi up (refresh and preview are successful) from a CI/CD pipeline: Error: failed to register new resource …… [aws:cloudfront/distribution:Distribution]: Resource monitor is terminating The actual resource is not always the same, or the same type. Running the same commands from my local, but the same code branch, is successful.
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    quick-hair-25932

    6 months ago
    Hi all! Could anyone help me with a pricing question please? I am responsible for a very small team and we don't have a lot of free funds at this stage. Looking through the pricing page on the Pulumi site, it seems as though, if we are self-hosting the backend/state file, there isn't much need to pay for a teams licence. Is there something that I am missing here?
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    magnificent-lifeguard-15082

    6 months ago
    What would be the most pain-free way of migrating from a monolithic stack to smaller service-based stacks? Ie. Is there an easy way to migrate state if I am already making use of a parent relationship for the "services" which I want to pull out of a monolithic deployment?
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    billowy-laptop-45963

    6 months ago
    Anyone have any examples of using aws.ssm.Association with an
    Automation
    document (not Command)? Also is there a way of 'triggering' Automation documents without associating to instance (without dropping to command line) for example to setup a DB or Active Directory users.
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    rough-oyster-77458

    6 months ago
    Hi all, I see Google Cloud Native is recommended for new projects. Does it support more resources vs the old Google Cloud Classic?
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    damp-holiday-59303

    6 months ago
    My Pulumi stack is in a broken state that I believe should be impossible, not sure what I’m missing. I have a stack with multiple AWS providers for different AWS accounts. I deactivated one of these accounts outside of Pulumi which, as expected, caused
    pulumi up
    and
    pulumi refresh
    to stop working. So I exported the stack, edited the JSON to remove all references to resources or providers in the removed account, and imported the stack. Now,
    pulumi refresh
    works fine, and the stack looks right in the UI and when I export it and look at the JSON. But when I try to run
    pulumi up
    it still complains because it tries to assume a role in the old account to refresh a resource that no longer exists in the stack. The resource referred to in the error message is not present in the UI, using
    pulumi stack --show-urns
    or when exporting and grepping the
    stack.json.
    How can this be? Why is Pulumi still trying to access that resource that it shouldn’t even know exists at this point?
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    sticky-nightfall-24828

    6 months ago
    Hey Output.toString in nodejs sdk still silently fails and returns the error message, for the past 3 years it has said "This function may throw in a future version of @pulumi/pulumi.`;". Is there any reason this hasn't been made to throw, surely this causes countless more headaches than just throwing it. I've seen PRs introducing this same weird behaviour in Python and C# sdks such that its become a pattern.
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    bright-receptionist-28471

    6 months ago
    Hello! Am I understanding correctly that self-managed backends don't namespace stacks by project? https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi/issues/2522
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