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    silly-scientist-20604

    2 months ago
    Why does this work?
    cluster_user_name = pulumi.Output.all(mdba_cluster_name).apply( lambda x: x )
    pulumi.export( "cluster_user_name", cluster_user_name )
    But this:
    cluster_user_name = pulumi.Output.all(mdba_cluster_name).apply( lambda x: str( x + "foo" ) )
    pulumi.export( "cluster_user_name", cluster_user_name )
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    enough-portugal-51201

    2 months ago
    Hello, just joined, great community! Have a newbee question - I am evaluating using pulumi to create a cloud environment on demand. I am writing a service using go, and trying to design a way to run a pulumi code from within my service so I can trigger the run, monitor it sate and when it finishes I can get a status result and continue with my logic. My question is there a supported way to run the pulumi piece of code no only from the CLI but from within go code? Ans how the deployment of pulumi service should look like?
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    witty-vegetable-61961

    2 months ago
    hi all I am getting this error in Pulumi: error: Duplicate resource URN 'urn😛ulumi:dev::KillerGaming.Pulumi.AuthZero::auth0:index/client:Client::KillerGaming Server Automation API HealthUI'; try giving it a unique name However, I have deleted everything I created and made a new stack, which is empty. How can I fix this error?
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    future-exabyte-15821

    2 months ago
    Hi, I’m defining all providers dynamically. On our local laptops we want to utilise AWS Profiles (via SSO). In our CI/CD pipeline (thinking about using the Kubernetes Operator for GitOps) we want to use role assumption. Anyone got any pointers in how to make the difference in a good way? Because I think all the provider settings are always stored in the state and it would mean it the state would always “bounce” between profile and a role arn which would pollute the activity
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    calm-iron-40008

    2 months ago
    Hoping for some guidance here… The directory structure and tsconfig in… https://github.com/pulumi/examples/tree/master/testing-unit-ts/mocha indicate that you can use multiple typescript files in a pulumi project. I’m trying to separate infrastructure from deployments (kubernetes), but I cannot get pulumi to identify ANY other typescript/js files in the directory. They are explicitly defined in the tsconfig… Any guidance?
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    quaint-flower-38395

    2 months ago
    Hi, I've searched the pulumi.com docs and knowledgebase, the Youtube pulumiTV channel, and also the various slack channels before posting here. I'm trying to use the cloudflare provider with just straight yaml, and there don't appear to be any examples or guides available for this. I found a few for the other languages like Go, Python, etc. but none for straight yaml. Can anyone point me to a resource if such exists?
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    icy-pilot-31118

    2 months ago
    How can I create an EKS fargate cluster using pulumi? I know how to create an EKS cluster:
    # Create an EKS cluster with the default configuration.
    cluster = eks.Cluster(
        "theia-prod",
        eks.ClusterArgs(),
    )
    However, how do I specify for it to use fargate?
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    steep-apple-98525

    1 month ago
    Hi everyone. I’m trying to setup ElasticBeanstalk infra with pulumi. Where can i find a docs about available values forhttps://www.pulumi.com/registry/packages/aws/api-docs/elasticbeanstalk/environment/#environmentsetting ? or maybe some tutorial that can help
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    steep-apple-98525

    1 month ago
    I don’t see any #kotlin channel in here😒miling_face_with_tear:
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    rhythmic-branch-12845

    1 month ago
    is Pulumi ready for prime time? I just tried creating an EC2 instance using Pulumi -> works. Now I terminate the instance within the AWS console. I expect that when I run
    pulumi up
    , pulumi will detect the difference and attempt to create another instance. Instead it keeps thinking and saying that nothing has changed? (this is on the latest version of Pulumi, v3.37.1, btw)
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