Pulumi Copilot Delivers AI-Powered Intelligent Cloud Management

Pulumi, a leader in infrastructure as code, is debuting the Pulumi Copilot, an AI designed to help users surface greater insights and more robust controls over their cloud infrastructure. Combining the strengths of large language models (LLMs) and semantic understanding, engineers can use their natural language to interact with their cloud environment, achieving greater agility and innovation, according to Pulumi.

Pulumi Copilot features intelligent automation for a variety of purposes, capable of understanding over 160 clouds, including public clouds (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud), private clouds (VMWare, Equinix), cloud native technologies (Kubernetes, Helm), SaaS providers (Snowflake, Cloudflare, Datadog), and more. Armed with the power of Pulumi’s “cloud supergraph,” Pulumi Copilot enables users to easily query, modify, and manipulate cloud resources, directly interfacing with cloud APIs and data models. 

Pulumi Copilot aims to streamline cloud operations and enhance cloud worker productivity, delivering intelligent automation for use cases such as: 

  • Writing infrastructure code
  • Provisioning and updating infrastructure
  • Analyzing and updating infrastructure around cost, compliance, and security concerns
  • Answering questions about cloud usage and team development velocity
  • Troubleshooting problems
  • Detecting anomalies through observability information, and more

“We immediately saw the promise of large language models applied to cloud management,” said Joe Duffy, co-founder and CEO of Pulumi. “We started two years ago with infrastructure as code but rapidly expanded to all sorts of cloud management capabilities. Pulumi Copilot is a huge swing for the fences, and we believe all cloud management at scale in the future will be AI-assisted—and it’s better together with everything else we already do. We love dreaming big at Pulumi, and it’s amazing to see this dream come true.”

Additionally, Pulumi Copilot features AI-driven quirks in the Pulumi CLI to aid users facing common infrastructure as code challenges, including diagnosing cloud errors, comprehending cloud infrastructure resources, generating code, and more. This capability deep links into the Pulumi Cloud, ultimately optimizing command line productivity and efficiency, according to the company. 

“AI will forever change cloud infrastructure management,” said Kevin Keeler, VP of DevOps, QA, and architecture at A+E Networks. “We are already using AI in numerous ways to allow our infrastructure team to do more with less. Pulumi Copilot is an expansive and promising take on helping further turn the vision of AI-powered operations into reality."

"Pulumi is a game-changer in terms of productivity,” said Matt Stephenson, senior principal software engineer at Starburst. "The platform team rewrote all their provisioning code for AWS VPCs and EKS clusters. Instead of spending weeks digging through API documentation, Pulumi's AI provided contextual descriptions and code examples, allowing developers to rewrite their provisioning code in a matter of days."

Pulumi Copilot is now available to all Pulumi users and is free during its public beta. The AI is supported broadly across the Pulumi product portfolio.

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