Hey folks, I’m working on adding code examples to ...
# aws
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Hey folks, I’m working on adding code examples to get to language parity across our top five code examples in AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and Kubernetes. For AWS, these are the tutorials I’m adding examples for: Deploy a Webserver to EC2 (https://www.pulumi.com/docs/tutorials/aws/ec2-webserver/) Running Containers on ECS Fargate (https://www.pulumi.com/docs/tutorials/aws/ecs-fargate/) Serverless App using API Gateways and Lambda (https://www.pulumi.com/docs/tutorials/aws/rest-api/) Host a Static Website on Amazon S3 (https://www.pulumi.com/docs/tutorials/aws/s3-website/) Create a Slackbot for Posting Mention Notifications (https://www.pulumi.com/docs/tutorials/aws/aws-ts-slackbot/) Do these feel like the most important examples you’ve used or are there other examples from our examples repo that have been more helpful? Are there different examples you’d like to see? Thanks, Dave
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Any examples in there of StackReference use, and of non-Pulumi backends? Those are two groups of questions that often come up here on Slack.
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I’d agree with you @little-cartoon-10569
l
And if you're taking requests, then an example that does something across multiple accounts would be awesome. Maybe a VPC peering or something to do with route53 zones.
(Fwiw VPC peering is easy; it's a short snippet of code that's easy to read and clearly demonstrates working with two providers at once.)
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Oh, also the example that includes the provisioner to run code on EC2 instances post-deployment is often linked from here, that's pretty important.
Forget which one it is and I'm out of office right now, can't easily look it up, sorry.
b
Aws-ts-ec2-provisoners
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@little-cartoon-10569 This is all great stuff. Thanks!
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