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thankful-lamp-48382

06/19/2019, 2:30 PM
I mean I would detect myself that rooms are full, then would call some web hook or something that would call Pulumi? Is something like this possible?
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miniature-musician-31262

06/19/2019, 2:38 PM
If you’re running Pulumi in CI, and you’re checking your stack configuration (which might contain your desired node count) into Git, you could have your app commit a change somehow to your configuration, which could then trigger CI to run Pulumi and update your stack with the new node count. That’d be one way to do it, anyway. 🙂
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crooked-apartment-81751

06/19/2019, 3:00 PM
@thankful-lamp-48382 If you are looking for dynamic provisioning, I was aiming for something like that in this tutorial I was working on but have since abandoned. https://gist.github.com/displague/ab50c80d44f98f3c072d415afe508f8d#a-linode-for-everyone
It seems like an interesting use-case to me.. to be able to dynamically control the number of provisioned things based on live application logic.
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thankful-lamp-48382

06/19/2019, 3:24 PM
Thank you guys! Will play with what you have suggested! 🙂
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