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    rich-agency-75207

    3 months ago
    Note: my CICD env does not utilise the gcloud sdk. I am purposefully constructing a GitOps workflow where the gcloud sdk is not a dependency.
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    adamant-father-26302

    3 months ago
    Is it not possible to run pulumi functions in a pulumi-policy? Do I have to use the normal aws-sdk? When trying i get `Error: Program run without the Pulumi engine available; re-run using the
    pulumi
    CLI`
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    late-nest-59850

    3 months ago
    Hi, does this work yet? I upgraded to eks provider 0.40 but it doesn't seem to fix it https://pulumi-community.slack.com/archives/C84L4E3N1/p1652470392669989
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    bulky-agent-73210

    3 months ago
    Hey all, is there any parameter I can set so that Pulumi saves stack data to a custom folder, instead of
    .pulumi
    ? Using Pulumi inline programs, if that matters
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    rich-agency-75207

    3 months ago
    Hi All. Could use some advice on secrets. I have configured my stack to use GCP KMS as the secret provider. I then proceeded to define a GCP service account and key and augmented the key resource with:
    options:
          additionalSecretOutputs:
            - privateKeyData
    This ensured that the corresponding output is
    [secret]
    and the json key is, indeed, obfuscated; however, it has only been base64 encoded as opposed to encrypted using GCP's KMS service. Clearly I've missed a step in this process and/or have too high expectations wrt pulumi's encoding scheme if the secrets provider is changed. Please can someone clarify?
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    silly-smartphone-71988

    3 months ago
    Hi, I need to add a delay (sleep) when a ressource is deleted by pulumi destroy because Azure native returns but it takes a couple more seconds before the resource is actually deleted on Azure side and it throws error when pulumi trys to delete the depended on ressource. Any way other than using pulumi command (local) to add a dirty wait(1000) ondelete of the ressource?
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    bitter-army-70832

    3 months ago
    I all, I'm encountering this issue and I'm not able to get past it. Ive put my pulumi code behind an http route, and I'm trying to deploy a gcr.io image from [Project A] into [Project B]. I've tried everything. Creating service accounts, assigning roles (including max roles didn't work for me) This is my code:https://gist.github.com/georgeportillo/982c7e2a5f56d6ad0b14babe7308b367 Any guidance to solve the issue in the screenshot in a programatic way would be helpful
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    refined-evening-26861

    3 months ago
    Another question, Azure Application Insight allows to create an Alerts, from the Azure point of view, every alert is a separate resource, does Pulumi count them as resources as well and so does billing per Application Insight Alert or it does billing per Application Insights resource (so no matter how many alerts do you have it's just single resource)?
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    most-jordan-25674

    3 months ago
    I’ve been creating some of my Pulumi scripts in different repos, and I want to consolidate some of them now. Is there a best practice for transferring ownership of the resources created with Pulumi to a different script? Or can I just copy the files / function calls and it will just work?
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    helpful-easter-62786

    3 months ago
    👋 Does anyone have a working example that creates a Hashicorp Vault cluster in AWS?