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salmon-gold-74709

07/13/2020, 7:41 AM
Hi - thinking about Pulumi for Kubernetes and multi-cloud (AWS, GCP and Azure ultimately) - wondering how complete the Python support is
for example, the @pulumi/eks package seems like it's TypeScript only
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sparse-state-34229

07/13/2020, 5:31 PM
it’s complete. that is a higher order package but you can do pretty much everything you need to do in Python
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gentle-diamond-70147

07/13/2020, 6:28 PM
That's correct. The
pulumi_aws
and
pulumi_kubernetes
libraries are equivalent across all the languages in terms of resource coverage.
@pulumi/eks
is Node-specific but it just builds on top of the corresponding
pulumi_aws
library for Node (
@pulumi/aws
).
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salmon-gold-74709

07/14/2020, 2:23 PM
ok, that's good to know - are there other higher-order packages like that?
considering that more DevOps people know Python than JavaScript, it would be great if Python had feature parity with JS/TypeScript
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trying to figure out whether committing to TypeScript is worth it for these extra packages - probably not though
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rhythmic-napkin-82334

07/16/2020, 9:49 AM
We would also highly appreciate more content (tutorials, documentation, best practices, …) for Python to get started quicker! Right now it’s definitely a bit discouraging. The strength of Pulumi should be, that one does not even think about switching languages, but we also briefly thought about switching to typescript. Please let us know, how we can help Pulumi accelerate good Python tutorial etc. coverage 🙂