1. Deploy the oidc-proxy helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the oidc-proxy Helm chart on Kubernetes using Pulumi, we'll need to use the @pulumi/kubernetes package which provides the necessary components to interact with Kubernetes resources, including Helm charts.

    Before we proceed with writing the code, let's make sure you have Pulumi installed and set up. You'll also need to have access to a Kubernetes cluster where you can deploy the Helm chart. Ensure that kubectl is configured to communicate with your Kubernetes cluster.

    The code below will demonstrate how you can deploy the oidc-proxy Helm chart. We will utilize the Chart resource from the @pulumi/kubernetes/helm/v3 module. This resource allows us to specify the Helm chart we want to deploy, as well as values to override the defaults provided by the Helm chart.

    We will assume that you have added the Helm repository that contains the oidc-proxy chart and that the chart is available in that repository.

    Here is the Pulumi program written in TypeScript:

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Create an instance of the Helm Chart to be deployed. // This assumes that the chart is available in the specified repository. const oidcProxyChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart('oidc-proxy', { // Replace with the correct repository name where the 'oidc-proxy' Helm chart is located repo: 'your-repo-name', // Helm chart name chart: 'oidc-proxy', // Namespace where the Helm chart resources should be deployed namespace: 'your-namespace', // Values to override the default chart values, represented as an object values: { // Insert any values that you want to override here. // For example, you could specify the OIDC issuer URL, client ID, // client secret key, and other configuration parameters that the chart may require. // Please refer to the documentation of the 'oidc-proxy' Helm chart for the values that can be set. // Example: // issuerUrl: 'https://your-issuer-url', // clientId: 'your-client-id', // clientSecret: 'your-client-secret', } }); // Optional: To access the deployed resources, you can export relevant data. export const chartName = oidcProxyChart.metadata.name; export const chartNamespace = oidcProxyChart.metadata.namespace;

    To use this code:

    1. Replace 'your-repo-name' with the repository name where the oidc-proxy chart is stored.
    2. If the chart is in a custom repository, you may need to add that repository to Helm first. You could do this using the helm repo add command outside of Pulumi.
    3. Replace 'your-namespace' with the Kubernetes namespace where you want to deploy the OIDC proxy.
    4. In the values object, specify any custom configuration required by the oidc-proxy chart. Typically, these can include OIDC provider details such as the issuer URL, client ID, and client secret, along with redirect URIs and any other configuration options specific to your use case.
    5. Run pulumi up to deploy the chart. The program will automatically create or update the Helm release with the provided configuration.

    Ensure that you have the necessary permissions to deploy to the namespace in your Kubernetes cluster and that the Helm chart version you're using is compatible with your cluster version.