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Pulumi + AWS: Master Containerized Workloads in Our Workshop

Date : June 11
Time : 9.30 pm GMT+5.30


Are you ready to dive into the world of containerized workloads and infrastructure as code (IaC)? Join our comprehensive session where we unravel the essentials of building and deploying containerized workloads while introducing you to Pulumi’s powerful IaC platform, specifically for deployment on AWS.

Setting Up Your Amazon EKS Cluster

In this hands-on workshop, our experts will walk you through the step-by-step process of setting up an Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) cluster on AWS. You’ll learn how to:

  • Initialize Your Environment: Set up the necessary prerequisites and configurations for AWS and Pulumi.
  • Create an EKS Cluster: Use Pulumi to create a scalable and robust Kubernetes cluster on AWS.
  • Deploy Containerized Workloads: Deploy your first containerized application to the EKS cluster, ensuring it’s ready for production.

Designed for New Users

This workshop is tailored for new users eager to get up to speed with Kubernetes and AWS. You don’t need to have prior experience with Pulumi or containerized applications. We’ll start from the basics and build up your knowledge step-by-step.

Guided Learning with Pulumi

To ensure a smooth learning experience, we will provide detailed diagrams and practical examples throughout the session. This visual and hands-on approach is designed to accelerate your understanding and implementation of cloud projects using Pulumi.

Key Learning Areas

  1. Writing Pulumi Programs:
    • Learn the fundamentals of creating Pulumi programs using real programming languages such as JavaScript, TypeScript, Python, and more.
    • Understand how to manage and provision infrastructure efficiently with Pulumi.
  2. Managing EKS Clusters in AWS:
    • Discover how to create and manage Kubernetes clusters on AWS using Pulumi.
    • Gain insights into best practices for cluster configuration and management.
  3. Deploying Workloads:
    • Master the process of deploying new containerized workloads to your EKS cluster.
    • Learn how to monitor and scale applications effectively.


By the end of this workshop, you will have a solid foundation in building and deploying containerized workloads on AWS using Pulumi. You’ll be equipped with the skills to manage your infrastructure with ease and confidence, accelerating your cloud projects and enhancing your operational efficiency.

Call to Action

Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your approach to cloud infrastructure. Sign up for our session today and take the first step towards mastering Pulumi and AWS!

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