What is Pulumi?
Pulumi is a cloud development platform that makes creating cloud programs easy and productive. Skip the YAML and just write code. Pulumi is multi-language, multi-cloud and fully extensible in both its engine and ecosystem of packages.
Pulumi is a tool in the Infrastructure Build Tools category of a tech stack.
Pulumi is an open source tool with 6K GitHub stars and 310 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Pulumi's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Pulumi?
10 companies reportedly use Pulumi in their tech stacks, including accuRx, C4RE, and solvvy.
44 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Pulumi.
- Containers - Deploy a Docker container to production in 5 minutes using your favorite orchestrator.
- Serverless - Stand up a serverless API or event handler in 5 minutes using a real lambda in code.
- Infrastructure - Manage cloud infrastructure or hosted services using infrastructure as code.
- CoLaDa - Embrace containers, lambdas, and data, using a modern, multi-cloud framework.
Pulumi Alternatives & Comparisons
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