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    bland-nest-69035

    4 months ago
    Hello everyone. Been playing around with Pulumi for a few months and decided to attend PulumiUP. Really enjoyed the sessions I was able to watch and decided to join the community.
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    silly-scientist-20604

    4 months ago
    Hi, Terraformer here new to Pulumi and have a question. First question: Where do I ask questions?
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    silly-scientist-20604

    4 months ago
    First real question: what is the Pulumi equivalent for
    terraform state show module.service.kubernetes_ingress.example_ingress
    ? I need to see details (Ex: arn) about a created/managed resource for investigation and troubleshooting purposes, without resorting to configuring outputs that will never be used.
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    silly-scientist-20604

    4 months ago
    Oh, I think I see:
    pulumi stack export |  jq
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    white-chef-55657

    4 months ago
    hi folks! I’m struggling to understand this one.. I have this Datadog integration configured, with a CF stack deployed (is there a better way to deploy the datadog AWS stack?) which works completely fine the only issue is that every time I run
    pulumi up
    it updates the parameters of cf stack, when I check the details it says the
    ddApiKey
    has changed - but it didn’t.. it’s a secret so I can’t see its value in the details.
    ~ parameters: {
              ~ DdApiKey: [secret] => [secret]
            }
    any idea what’s going on? it’s just a waste of resources to redeploy the CF stack every time with virtually no change..
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    damp-truck-25843

    4 months ago
    Hi there! I was looking through Pulumi APIs (java, mostly) and I’m struggling to find an alternative to TFs datasource techniques, can someone point me to a doc that I might be missing? We have a use case when apps running in a particular cloud region must have an access to cloud services through internal network (call it “Service Gateway”. In TF, we use special datasource that can give an IP address (for all regional services, or to a particular one).
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    brave-processor-54742

    4 months ago
    Hello! 🤸‍♂️ I have an infrastructure folder in my organization github repo (containing main.py, requirements and yaml files). I cloned the repo and now I'd like to run pulumi up, from the infrastructure folder, but I get:
    ❯ pulumi up
    Please choose a stack, or create a new one:  [Use arrows to move, enter to select, type to filter]
    > <create a new stack>
    Do you know how to do to perform pulumi up using the existing stack? Thanks!!
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    microscopic-flower-5848

    4 months ago
    Hey all, quick question on the new GCP database Alloy DB just launched at GCP IO 2022. Are we able to deploy and manage Alloy instances yet through Pulumi?
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    orange-wire-16250

    4 months ago
    I'm a little confused about the overall solution/project structure (.net), and stacks. Following the micro stacks flow, I understand creating a project to handle various responsibilities (like infrastructure, serverless apps, etc).
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    orange-wire-16250

    4 months ago
    But, do you put the yaml files for your environments in each project, or could you define a parent set of yml files at the root of the solution?