AWS CloudWatch made easy with Pulumi Infrastructure-as-Code

Posted by Cyrus Najmabadi on Jun 14, 2019 12:05:55 PM

Pulumi Crosswalk for AWS modules can be used to get first class insights and visualizations directly inside your Pulumi application.

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Topics: AWS, Logging

Unified Logs with pulumi logs

Posted by Luke Hoban on Apr 2, 2019 2:02:16 PM
Pulumi makes developing and deploying rich serverless and container-based applications a breeze. But how do you monitor and observe those applications while they are being developed and once they are deployed? There are many great answers: from the built-in capabilities of the underlying cloud services (Lambda, ECS, Kubernetes, and more), to great 3rd party solutions like IOpipe and Epsagon which we highlighted recently on this blog.

The Pulumi CLI provides another way to do logging, without requiring the additional setup of these existing solutions and seamlessly integrated into your Pulumi development workflow. The pulumi logs command provides a great first place to start for understanding your Pulumi application’s behaviour. Especially during development, this command provides direct insight into the behaviour of your application, bringing together logs across all of the different forms of compute you are using - from code running in serverless functions to containers to VMs.

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Topics: AWS, Features, Logging