Pulumi

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Pulumi develops a cloud-native programming platform intended to define, deploy and manage cloud apps and infrastructure. It delivers multi-cloud apps using containers, serverless and managed cloud infrastructure and services using familiar languages like JavaScript, TypeScript, Python and Go.

TypePrivate
Founded2017
HQSeattle, US
Websitepulumi.com

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)21(+5%)

Key People/Management at Pulumi

Joe Duffy

Joe Duffy

Co-Founder, CEO
Eric Rudder

Eric Rudder

Co-Founder, Executive Chairman
Luke Hoban

Luke Hoban

CTO
Justin Van Patten

Justin Van Patten

Staff Software Engineer
Nishi Davidson

Nishi Davidson

VP of Product
Matt Ellis

Matt Ellis

Staff Software Engineer
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Pulumi Office Locations

Pulumi has an office in Seattle
Seattle, US (HQ)
1525 4th Ave #800
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Pulumi Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2017

Pulumi total Funding

$20 m

Pulumi latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Pulumi investors

Pulumi's latest funding round in October 2018 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Pulumi has raised $20 m
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Pulumi Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019

Active Investors

2
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Pulumi Online and Social Media Presence

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Pulumi News and Updates

Pulumi raises $15M for its infrastructure as code platform

Pulumi, a Seattle-based startup that lets developers specify and manage their cloud infrastructure using the programming language they already know, today announced that it has raised a $15 million Series A funding round led by Madrona Venture Group. Tola Capital also participated in this round and …

Pulumi Blogs

Three Infrastructure as Code Blog Posts You Should Read

We are always excited when people join the Infrastructure as Code community and write about their experiences. Here are four new posts that we think are great! CircleCI on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Angel Rivera shows how to set up CircleCI on GKE with a step-by-step tutorial. Angel demonstrat…

Continuous Delivery on Octopus Deploy using Pulumi

Continuous delivery is about making changes in your application and getting them into production securely, quickly, and consistently. Pulumi’s infrastructure as code approach uses source code to model cloud resources, making it ideal for continuous delivery. Your infrastructure code can share the sa…

Architect AWS Application Infrastructure with Pulumi Stack References

In this post, we will talk about the best way to architect your Pulumi applications. We are going to build out the following infrastructure in AWS: AWS Fargate service that does not serve traffic directly AWS ALB as the entry point to the Fargate Service AWS RDS Instance that is stored in a separa…

Deploy a Function App with KEDA (Kubernetes-based Event-Driven Autoscaling)

Azure Functions is a managed service for serverless applications in the Azure cloud. More broadly, Azure Functions is a runtime with multiple hosting possibilities. KEDA (Kubernetes-based Event-Driven Autoscaling) is an emerging option to host this runtime in Kubernetes. In the first part of this p…

Manage DigitalOcean Kubernetes Clusters and Workloads using Infrastructure as Code

We recently partnered with DigitalOcean to publish a new tutorial, How to Manage DigitalOcean and Kubernetes Infrastructure with Pulumi. This short tutorial walks you through provisioning a new DigitalOcean Kubernetes cluster, deploying an application to it, and then assigninging a stable domain nam…

How To Build Globally Distributed Applications with Azure Cosmos DB and Pulumi

In a previous blog post, I shared how easy it is to create a globally distributed, highly-available, low-latency application with Azure Functions, Azure Cosmos DB, and Pulumi. Today, I want to show how the same approach can be generalized for any cloud compute service, including containers, virtual…
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Pulumi Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Pulumi founded?

    Pulumi was founded in 2017.

  • Who are Pulumi key executives?

    Pulumi's key executives are Joe Duffy, Eric Rudder and Luke Hoban.

  • How many employees does Pulumi have?

    Pulumi has 21 employees.

  • Who are Pulumi competitors?

    Competitors of Pulumi include SynLogics, Fraction Tech and Jump Technologies.

  • Where is Pulumi headquarters?

    Pulumi headquarters is located at 1525 4th Ave #800, Seattle.

  • Where are Pulumi offices?

    Pulumi has an office in Seattle.

  • How many offices does Pulumi have?

    Pulumi has 1 office.