I feel like I'm always so negative when I post in here. I really do think Pulumi is an awesome tool! I'm thinking of managing all of our GitHub repositories with Pulumi at work. The final yearly price seemed crazy high. Does my estimate seem glaringly wrong?
04/18/2023, 12:04 AM
It looks like you've forgotten to subtract your monthly free credits. You get 150,000 credits for free each month.
Also, this is for the basic Team plan. If you have multiple teams, and you require different admins for each team (or group of teams), you should probably contact Pulumi to find out if Enterprise would suit you better. It may include more than 150k free credits per month? Can't hurt to ask!
And even if Enterprise isn't for you, you may want to have multiple Team plans. More paperwork, but also more bunches of 150k free credits.
04/18/2023, 12:28 AM
Oh hey, good point. I guess I'm used to thinking in terms of AWS's free tier--it seems to disappear faster than you think and suddenly, you're paying that sweet full price for everything 😆
04/18/2023, 8:07 AM
@fierce-xylophone-92490 as @little-cartoon-10569 mentions, please reach out to our sales team to discuss your setup with us. I'm convinced we can help you out. 😛ulumipus-flying-pink-cape:
05/01/2023, 3:17 AM
Reporting back: this went extremely well. I was able to rewrite a CLI that had taken days to write the first time using Pulumi in under 8 hours. I used S3 for the state backend. It was super easy. Hooray!
I'd attempted to do this last year but the coverage of GitHub resources was much more sparse than it is now. It's cool to see that Pulumi has grown even since that time.
This is going to make a serious impact where I work. Like... dozens of developers will use this CLI tool to create and update their GitHub repositories. And thanks to Pulumi, we can push out updates to existing repositories if we ever need to change our standardized repo settings. So great.