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AWS LoadBalancer Controller Pulumi Package

This repo is a Pulumi Package representing the AWS Load Balancer Controller. It installs everything needed to run an AWS Load Balancer Controller in an Amazon EKS cluster. It will install:

  • An adequately scoped IAM role
  • A Kubernetes deployment, with configurable replicas
  • The CRDs, if specified

It's written in Go, but thanks to Pulumi's multi language SDK generating capability, it create usable SDKs for all of Pulumi's supported languages

:warning: This package is a work in progress: Please do not use this in a production environment!


Install Plugin Binary

Before you begin, you'll need to install the latest version of the Pulumi Plugin using pulumi plugin install:

pulumi plugin install resource awsloadbalancercontroller 0.0.1-alpha.1621481781+0b34526c --server

This installs the plugin into ~/.pulumi/plugins.

Install your chosen SDK

Next, you need to install your desired language SDK using your languages package manager.


pip3 install jaxxstorm-pulumi-awsloadbalancercontroller


npm install @jaxxstorm/pulumi-awsloadbalancercontroller


Coming Soon


go get -t


Once you've installed all the dependencies, you can use the library like any other Pulumi SDK. See the examples directory for examples of how you might use it.


Currently, this package will only work successfully on Amazon EKS clusters with IAM Roles for Service Accounts enabled.

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