1. Deploy the kubescape-labs helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the kubescape-labs Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, you would use the Chart resource from the @pulumi/kubernetes package. This resource allows you to apply a Helm chart from a repository and configure it with custom values if needed.

    Below, I'll provide you with a detailed Pulumi program that accomplishes this task. This program assumes you already have a Kubernetes cluster configured and that your kubeconfig file is set up to connect to it. The kubescape-labs chart is assumed to be available in a public Helm chart repository, so we'll specify the repository URL and the chart name within the program.

    Here is a step-by-step Pulumi TypeScript program to deploy the kubescape-labs Helm chart:

    1. Importing necessary modules: We start by importing the modules we'll use throughout the program.
    2. Creating a Helm Chart resource: We create a new Helm chart resource using the new kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart construct. You provide the name of the Helm release and configuration such as the chart name, repository, version, values for the Helm chart, and the namespace to deploy it to.
    3. Exporting Resource Details: As an optional step, you can export some details of the deployed resources so that you can easily query them later with Pulumi CLI commands.

    Here's how you'd write the program:

    import * as kubernetes from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Deploy the "kubescape-labs" Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi const kubescapeLabsChart = new kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart('kubescape-labs-chart', { // Specify the name of the chart and the repository where it is located chart: 'kubescape-labs', version: '1.0.0', // Replace with the actual version of the chart you wish to deploy repositoryOpts: { repo: 'http://charts.yourcompany.com', // Replace with the correct Helm chart repository URL }, // If you need to provide custom values to the Helm chart, specify them here values: { // For example, if the chart requires you to specify a service type, you might do so like this: // service: { // type: 'LoadBalancer', // }, }, // Define the namespace where the kubescape-labs chart will be installed. // Create the namespace if it doesn't already exist by using `createNamespace: true` namespace: 'kubescape-labs-namespace', fetchOpts: { // You can specify various options that control the fetching of the Helm chart, such as: // - Whether to download development versions (`devel: true`) // - Custom CA files, certificates, or key files for private repositories (if needed) }, }); // Optionally, export the status of the deployed Helm chart release export const kubescapeLabsChartStatus = kubescapeLabsChart.status;

    This program creates a new Helm chart resource named kubescape-labs-chart and attempts to fetch and install the kubescape-labs chart from the specified repository. You will need to replace the placeholder URL 'http://charts.yourcompany.com' with the correct repository URL where the kubescape-labs chart is hosted.

    Additionally, you might need to customize the values property based on the configurable parameters of the kubescape-labs chart. In this example, we've commented out a possible configuration that sets the service type to 'LoadBalancer', but the actual values will depend on the chart's requirements.

    After deploying this program using Pulumi CLI commands pulumi up, the kubescape-labs chart will be installed on your Kubernetes cluster in the kubescape-labs-namespace namespace. The deployment status will be exported, and you can view it using the Pulumi CLI.

    Remember to ensure that your Pulumi stack is configured for the correct Kubernetes cluster before running the program, and that you have the necessary permissions to deploy resources on the cluster.