Recently, I was struggling with cloud infrastructure deployment and had the idea to create a tool.
If you know how to code but are not familiar with clouds then this is a great way for you-just use Cloudy templates which are actually based on Pulumi.
Let’s push “infrastructure as code” so it can be used by everyone!
05/09/2022, 2:41 PM
Thanks for sharing!
@Ivan Fokeev by cluster, do they mean Kubernetes? If you happen to have a short description of how you use it together with Prefect and could share it, that would be fantastic!
05/09/2022, 5:17 PM
Thanks for a great tool, Prefect team!
By cluster I mean bare metal nodes cluster. Prefect and cloudy could have a template to launch prefect schedulers and workers on the new nodes. It will be useful for a fast production-ready prefect start.
05/09/2022, 5:22 PM
Thanks, is it your repository? I wonder what is meant by a bare-metal cluster? Is it just a single VM then e.g. Ubuntu? It's nice but I wouldn't have enough content to use it
05/09/2022, 5:27 PM
Yes, it’s mine. I just published it.
Cluster as several VMs. In AWS it’s ec2 service and Compute Engine in GCP. VMs are 2x times cheaper than Kubernetes engine and it’s possible just create a Kubernetes cluster yourself using Cloudy infrastructure, getting 2x money economy.
how could I change the readme to make it more clear? People are confused with meaning “clusters” because there are nodes clusters and orchestrator (Docker Swarm, Kubernetes) clusters
05/09/2022, 5:56 PM
Specifically for Prefect users, it would be great to see how one can use it with Prefect 2.0 - for instance, if the cluster is a Kubernetes cluster, showing how to spin up the cluster and how to use it with a