April 28, 2021

Using Pulumi 3.0 to manage Azure infrastructure

The Pulumi IaC (infrastructure-as-code) platform takes an interesting route to delivering cloud infrastructures. Instead of using a domain-specific language like Bicep or declarative configurations like Azure’s ARM templates, it offers a way to use familiar, general-purpose computing languages to describe and programmatically construct infrastructures, using an open source platform.

You write code in your choice of editors, using standard language tools to handle code formatting and linting, and it’s run against the Pulumi engine, which delivers virtual infrastructures and configures service endpoints ready for your code. As Pulumi files are just standard C# or Python or JavaScript, or even Go, they can be managed alongside your application code and included as part of any IDE project.

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