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    dry-beach-58138

    1 month ago
    Hello everyone, my current DEV stack resources is all in AWS region ap-northeast-1, and adpoting by pulumi import cli But I found that, a single resource, the AWS ACM was exist with different REGION in us-east-1, looks like is reference by AWS cloudfront does pulumi stack support multipie region, my current stack config as below
    # Pulumi.dev.yaml
    config:
      aws:region: ap-northeast-1
    How can I import the AWS ACM from us-east-1 ?
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    billowy-yak-63946

    1 month ago
    i am getting error pulumi new https://github.com/pulumi/apps/eks where is the updated script to deploy kubernetes to AWS and run it with pulumi up
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    purple-plastic-64657

    1 month ago
    How do I install a previous version of pulumi on a mac. I did a brew upgrade to 3.38.0. It is not working correctly
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    chilly-analyst-14900

    1 month ago
    Seems creating access tokens for my team is gone. Any reason why that would happen? Currently in trial period, but has signed up for a team.
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    delightful-magazine-20463

    1 month ago
    Hey y'all, I'm working on creating a Component Provider so that we can provide some opinionated wrappers to things such as S3 buckets, etc. I see that I have to create a
    schema.json
    . There was a note on a page somewhere (that I can no longer find) that mentions you can autogenerate this file. With what will end up being ~100 components that we'll end up creating, it feels like this is very error-prone / toil to manage this file by hand. Is it possible to autogenerate this file? Are there any examples?
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    little-cartoon-10569

    1 month ago
    When unit testing, is there a way to not fake out some providers? In particular, I don't want to have to write a replacement for
    RandomString.result
    .
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    steep-lamp-20408

    1 month ago
    Hey girls/guys, sorry for the stupid question but I have trouble to understand what Pulumi documentation means by the ID of a resource and thus how to get an existing AWS resource (say, a AWS DataSource, or a DynamoDB table, whatever) with Pulumi (in my case in Python). Pulumi documentation (https://www.pulumi.com/docs/intro/concepts/resources/get/) says the getter function should be provided the name of the resource (got that), but also the ID. What is the ID of the resource? I tried with the AWS ARN of the resource, but got a Pulumi error. Might be a stupid question but I’m stuck on this one for an hour!
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    fresh-keyboard-13188

    1 month ago
    Hi guys, digged a bit into the
    @pulumi/awsx
    code because we're deploying Fargate and need some extra policies configured. Can anybody confirm if the comments here are right and you do in fact need both Lambda and ECS full access for this setup to work?
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    freezing-gpu-87462

    4 weeks ago
    I'm a complete Pulumi nube from a Terraform background, from what I can tell Pulumi does not support the concept of workspaces, what do folks do that want this type of behaviour when using Pulumi ?
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