Using Terraform and Pulumi for AWS - LiveStream Available

AWS Meetup Group
AWS Meetup Group
Public group

1644 Platte St

1644 Platte St · Denver, CO

How to find us

Galvanize across the street from Denver Beer Co.

Location image of event venue



We talked about CloudFormation, but what if I want to use something else?

Terraform allows you to use Infrastructure as Code to provision and manage any cloud, infrastructure, or service.

Pulumi allows you to use real programming languages. Define infrastructure in JavaScript, TypeScript, Python, Go, or any .NET language, including C#, F#, and VB. For any cloud provider.

Come learn some of the hottest tools for writing reusable/scalable infrastructure for any cloud provider.

We will walk through building resources on AWS with Terraform and Pulumi. Comparing the differences between the two and why you might want to use one over the other.


6:00 - 6:15: Networking
6:15 - 7:30: Infrastructure as Code Lab
7:30 - 8:00: Q&A


After 6 PM there is a parking lot next to the BP building two buildings down from Galvanize that has free parking on Platte street.

About our Speaker:

Kevin Tinn resides in Denver. With over a decade in the IT industry, he has worked with companies of all scale. From installing network cabling in small dental offices to developing massively parallel data streaming platforms for the Fortune 500, Kevin has provided a full spectrum of IT Solutions. Kevin currently works at World Wide Technology as a Practice Lead in the Multicloud Application Architecture team. In this role, provides cloud consulting services, with a focus on AWS and Azure. Prior to joining the WWT Multicloud team, Kevin led agile software development teams in WWT’s Asynchrony Labs, utilizing a variety of languages and technologies such as C#, Scala, JavaScript, Kafka, SQL, Neo4j, etc.