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    cold-midnight-33684

    4 months ago
    hey y’all. tl;dr - how should the directory structure look like? we have a vast existing infrastructure structure and we’re looking into importing everything into pulumi so it could be managed in an IaC manner. what I can’t seem to understand is how should we structure the projects and folders. we have a lot of “stuff” - dozens of route53 zones each with hundreds of records, hundreds of s3 buckets, cloudfront distributions, and a lot of other stuff. these components are not always a part of one logical product/git repo so we can’t have each microservice or monolith repos with their pulumi files as well. in such a case - how do you structure it? one git repo with each pulumi project in a folder?
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    elegant-monkey-64304

    4 months ago
    Hi! 🙂 We’ve been using
    pulumi-eks
    for a while and we’ve got the following exception during a regular
    pulumi up
    error: Error: Command failed: kubectl patch deployment coredns -n kube-system --type json -p='[{"op":"replace","path":"/spec/template/metadata/annotations/eks.amazonaws.com~1compute-type","value":"fargate"}]'
    error: exec plugin: invalid apiVersion "<http://client.authentication.k8s.io/v1alpha1|client.authentication.k8s.io/v1alpha1>"
    I believe it might be related to the following fresh
    aws-cli
    issue here: https://github.com/aws/aws-cli/issues/6920 Any idea? Thanks 🙂
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    curved-doctor-69226

    4 months ago
    Hi Community! I’m trying to test a Chart, but I keep getting this error:
    objects = json_opts.apply(lambda x: pulumi.runtime.invoke('kubernetes:helm:template',
    TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable
    Could you help me out? Have someone tested a chart before? Thanks in advance!🧵
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    bumpy-policeman-19654

    4 months ago
    Hi pulumiers! I looking to move all my ioc company code from TF to pulumi but I wonder is it is possible to start just creating new tiny modules with pulumi and being executed in TF in a transparent way, to make the transition from TF to pulumi easier for product teams
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    stocky-helmet-82003

    4 months ago
    Hey! Maybe a slightly off-topic question. What is it with the ACME Corp Examples? Is it a reference to the company from the Road Runner cartoons? 👀
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    high-pencil-44536

    4 months ago
    If I have projects with different storage backends/locations, is it possible to refer to their outputs via stackreference?
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    high-pencil-44536

    4 months ago
    e.g. shared infra stores state at gs://my-company-infra/pulumi/ and project-a stores state at gs://my-company-PROJECT/pulumi/ and I want to read infra state (e.g. subnets) in PROJECT
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    quick-wolf-8403

    4 months ago
    Hello folks. I'm trying to rename a project as I move it into another repository and expand it. I created a new destination project and wondered if I could use
    pulumi config cp
    to move secrets and config entries from the old stack.
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    alert-balloon-36955

    4 months ago
    Hi Folks I am trying to setup datafactory using azure-native pulumi, but when i try to configure a private endpoint i am not able to find any option to set up the virtual network that i want, any idea how to accomplish this?
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    future-window-78560

    4 months ago
    Hey Team How can we enable IP forwarding for GCE ? and assign network interface card = gVNIC to GCE through pulumi ??
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