Cloud Engineering for AWS

Create, Manage, & Deploy AWS Resources

Pulumi's infrastructure as code SDK helps create, deploy, and manage your AWS infrastructure, including containers, serverless functions, and other infrastructure using modern programming languages.

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Enable Everyone To Do Everything

The Automation API gives you the ability to build bespoke deployment tools that allow application developers to self-serve their infrastructure, using codified best practices. No two applications or environments are the same and you can quickly hit edges with tools trying to be one-size-fits-all solution. The Automation API enables you to write tooling that fits your use cases and works exactly the way you want it to. Everything from complex workflow orchestration to opinionated full-stack application frameworks is possible with the Automation API.

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func NewAddCmd() *cobra.Command {
    return &cobra.Command{
        Use:   "add",
        Short: "add deploys an additional vm stack",
        Run: func(cmd *cobra.Command, args []string) {
            stackName := fmt.Sprintf("vmgr%d", rangeIn(10000000, 99999999))
            s, err := auto.NewStackInlineSource(ctx, stackName, projectName, nil)
            subnetID, rgName, err := EnsureNetwork(ctx, projectName)
            stack.SetProgram(GetDeployVMFunc(subnetID, rgName))
            stdoutStreamer := optup.ProgressStreams(os.Stdout)

            res, err := s.Up(ctx, stdoutStreamer)
            if err != nil {
                fmt.Printf("Failed to deploy vm stack: %v\n", err)
            fmt.Printf("deployed server running at public IP %s\n", res.Outputs["ip"].Value)
import * as eks from "@pulumi/eks";

// Create an EKS cluster with the default configuration.
const cluster = new eks.Cluster("my-cluster", {
    desiredCapacity: 5,
    minSize: 3,
    maxSize: 5,
    deployDashboard: false,
    enabledClusterLogTypes: [

// Export the cluster's kubeconfig.
export const kubeconfig = cluster.kubeconfig;

AWS Crosswalk

Pulumi Crosswalk for AWS is a collection of libraries that use automatic well-architected best practices to make common infrastructure-as-code tasks in AWS easier and more secure. Secure and cost-conscious defaults are chosen so that simple programs automatically use best practices for the underlying infrastructure, enabling better productivity with confidence.

Application and Infrastructure Together

Crosswalk enables you to blur the lines between application and infrastructure code enabling you to author an entire full-stack application in one program. With support for inline Lambda functions and ease-of-use helper functions, building robust applications on AWS has never been easier.

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