Deploy the ztncui helm chart on Linode Kubernetes EngineTypeScript
Deploying a Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster managed by Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) can be done using Pulumi with the Kubernetes provider. Pulumi allows you to define infrastructure using familiar programming languages, including TypeScript, which we will use for this solution.
We will perform the following steps in this Pulumi program:
- Set up a Kubernetes provider to communicate with the LKE cluster.
- Deploy the
ztncuiHelm chart to the cluster using Pulumi's
Chartresource from the
Before you run the following program, you must have the following prerequisites in place:
- Have Pulumi installed and configured on your machine.
- Have access to your Linode Kubernetes Engine with
kubeconfigconfigured locally or the appropriate permissions set in the cloud environment where Pulumi runs.
- Have the Helm chart repository that contains the
ztncuiHelm chart available to provide it to Pulumi.
Below is the TypeScript program for deploying the
ztncuiHelm chart on LKE:
In this program:
- We import the required Pulumi modules for Kubernetes.
- We set up a Kubernetes provider to interface with the LKE.
- We deploy the
ztncuiHelm chart using the
Chartresource from Pulumi's Kubernetes provider.
- We assume that the Helm chart exposes a service and export its URL. You might need to adjust the export depending on the actual service details exposed by your Helm chart.
<chart-version>with actual values specific to your setup. The
valuesobject is where you can pass any custom configuration that the
ztncuiHelm chart accepts.
You can run this Pulumi program by saving it as
pulumi upin the same directory, which will prompt Pulumi to perform the deployment.
Keep in mind that this is a generic solution and certain aspects like
valuesare placeholders that you would need to replace with specifics relevant to deploying