In this post I'll show you how to deploy the .NET 5 "Out of process" azure functions using Pulumi. We'll be using a GitHub action to build the code, which will also create the infrastructure too, then deploy the function to that infrastructure. In this example, we'll be using a Azure Blob Storage to store the state of our Pulumi stack.
I've been working with Pulumi to create a reference architecture for a client that provides individual team autonomy while providing some shared resources. In addition, the client is also wanting to utilise a custom backend in Azure Blob storage. This presented some issues as the documentation around projects, stacks and stack references for custom backends.... Continue Reading →
In this post we'll talk about using a specific Top Level domain to separate your internal application infrastructure addresses from what you're users see. Further, how to provide team level autonomy to using DNS delegation to provide a predictable naming strategy. The Problem One of the big issues with DNS management is the security elements... Continue Reading →
One of the issues with having multiple teams, and pushing for autonomy to choose everything from infrastructure to languages, is making sure that you have the right versions of everything installed. As developers, we want to be on the bleeding edge, playing with new things, new versions, etc. However, that can have an impact beyond... Continue Reading →