Pulumi 2.0 Debuts
April 23, 2020
version 2.0 includes policy, testing and architecture as code -- to
infrastructure provisioning. These capabilities help teams rapidly
deliver applications and infrastructure to any private, public, or
hybrid cloud with increased confidence and built-in governance. Pulumi
lets cloud engineers use languages they already know, including Python,
proprietary languages and templates.
Delivery -- Continuously deliver application and infrastructure at scale using one of a dozen CI/CD and SCM system integrations and built-in secrets management. Improve the velocity of and visibility into all deployments with tools for managing complex global environments.
Architecture -- Avoid reinventing the wheel with real sharing and reuse that codifies architectural patterns and best practices. Benefit from an ecosystem of libraries and even contribute to those, leveraging real language packages shared with the community.
Policy -- Prevent critical mistakes from getting deployed into any cloud. Enforce security and compliance policies, cost controls and other best practices, using policies defined in real languages. Apply policies across the organization with fine-grained controls.
Testing -- Be confident that infrastructure is correct before and after deployment. Use popular testing tools and techniques, perform integration testing for ephemeral environments and post-deployment validation and adopt agile test-driven infrastructure practices.
transformation is still tough, and modernization even tougher,” said Joe
Duffy, Pulumi co-founder and CEO. “By reimagining infrastructure as code
using the industry’s favorite languages, we have been able to stand on
the shoulders of giants and empower both developers and infrastructure
teams with world-class tools and workflows. Our customers consistently
tell us that Pulumi and its cloud Superpowers have played a pivotal role
in their most important cloud initiatives.”