Deploy the zookeeper-3Nodes helm chart on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)TypeScript
To deploy the
zookeeper-3NodesHelm chart on an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster with Pulumi, you need to follow these steps:
- Set up an AKS cluster.
- Install the Helm chart on the cluster.
Pulumi allows you to define infrastructure as code using programming languages like TypeScript. In this example, we'll use TypeScript to define our infrastructure.
First, ensure you have the following prerequisites installed:
- Pulumi CLI
- Azure CLI
kubectlfor interacting with the Kubernetes cluster
- Node.js and npm for running Pulumi with TypeScript
To start with Pulumi and AKS, you need to log in to your Azure account using the Azure CLI with
az login. Ensure that Pulumi is configured to use the appropriate Azure subscription by setting it via
az account set --subscription <SUBSCRIPTION_ID>.
Also, make sure to initialize a new Pulumi project if you haven't already. You can do this by running
pulumi new azure-typescriptin your terminal and following the on-screen prompts.
Here's the TypeScript program using Pulumi to deploy the
zookeeper-3NodesHelm chart on AKS:
Let's go through what this program does:
- It creates an Azure Active Directory application and service principal which are required for AKS to interact with other Azure services securely.
- It sets up a service principal secret. In a production scenario, you should use Pulumi's Config to manage secrets instead of hardcoding them.
- It defines an AKS cluster with a specified number of nodes (3 in this case), VM size, and Kubernetes version.
- It exports the kubeconfig which can be used outside of Pulumi to interact with the AKS cluster using
- It creates a Pulumi Kubernetes provider which uses the kubeconfig to deploy resources to the AKS cluster.
- It deploys the
zookeeper-3NodesHelm chart to the AKS cluster using a
Chartresource provided by Pulumi's Kubernetes package, and it specifies we want three replicas.
To run this program:
- Save the code to a file named
pulumi upto preview and deploy the changes.
- After deployment, you can use the outputted
kubeconfigto interact with the AKS cluster via
Remember to replace placeholders like
YOUR_PASSWORD_HEREand SSH key data with your information. Do not commit sensitive data to your version control system. Use Pulumi's configuration and secrets management for sensitive data.
Please ensure you've configured your Pulumi project and have the required credentials for creating and managing resources in your Azure subscription.