cold-coat-3520010/14/2018, 11:09 AM
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cold-coat-3520010/14/2018, 6:19 PM
currently, but you could create those resources manually or add a subnets tagging feature to that library).
I believe the tag on the public subnets gets automatically added by EKS, are you not seeing that happen?
If neither of those is an option, the workaround you describe should work - or even just a step that always applies the tag using aws-sdk in an
off the subnets to force the tag to be there as part of any deployment.
That said - it would be nice to have more first class support for this. Lifecycle hooks would be one way, as would more general imperative actions.
creamy-potato-2940210/15/2018, 5:19 AM
attribute of the resource. Am I missing something here?
to the Kubernetes resources. To be blunt, I think the answer that you have to hard-code a name is not a great solution — a lot of the benefit of the Pulumi model is that you get autonaming.
cold-coat-3520010/15/2018, 6:42 AM
creamy-potato-2940210/15/2018, 7:03 AM
, and my understanding is that AWS resources don’t get auto-named if you specify
? If that’s not an option that’s available to the EKS library, then I am guessing that was an oversight. @white-balloon-205, thoughts?
stocky-spoon-2890310/15/2018, 8:31 AM
dynamic resource using these APIs: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/ec2/create-tags.html (et al for delete, describe), which would let you do what you need here. I’ll take a shot at it in a bit and reply on this thread.
resource to Terraform and then pull it in via the bridge as a ‘first class’ thing that will work across all languages.
and rejected promises that someone else can likely debug faster - I’ll post more when I have it figured out
cold-coat-3520010/16/2018, 1:58 PM
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stocky-spoon-2890310/16/2018, 3:38 PM
resource which then got pulled into Pulumi, implemented very similarly. For production code it likely wants a
cold-coat-3520010/16/2018, 3:59 PM