1. Deploy the vault-token-injector helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the vault-token-injector Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, we'll follow these general steps:

    1. Setup a Kubernetes Cluster: We'll need an existing Kubernetes cluster. For this example, we'll assume that you have one set up and that your kubeconfig file is properly configured to communicate with your cluster.

    2. Install the Helm Chart: We'll use the kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart resource from Pulumi's Kubernetes provider to deploy the Helm chart associated with the vault-token-injector.

    3. Configure the Chart Values: We need to provide configuration values that are specific to the vault-token-injector Helm chart. This is often done via a values.yaml file when using Helm directly. In Pulumi, we'll accomplish this through an object within our code.

    4. Access the Deployed Resources: After deploying the chart, we might want to export some information about the resources, such as the service URL.

    Below is a Pulumi TypeScript program that carries out these steps:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Define the vault-token-injector Helm chart details. const vaultTokenInjectorChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("vault-token-injector", { repo: "helm-repository-name", // Replace with the name of the repository where the chart is located chart: "vault-token-injector", // The name of the chart version: "chart-version", // Replace with the specific chart version you wish to deploy namespace: "default", // The namespace where this chart will be deployed // You can set the values for the chart in a similar manner as you would in a values.yaml file. values: { // Set your own Helm chart values here. For example: // key: value, // key2: { // subkey: subvalue, // }, }, }); // Optionally, Export the Service URL for the vault-token-injector (if applicable) // You'd replace `serviceName` with the actual name of the Service created by the Helm chart const injectorService = vaultTokenInjectorChart.getResource("v1/Service", "serviceName"); export const vaultTokenInjectorUrl = injectorService.status.apply(status => `http://${status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].ip}`);

    Before running this program, you should replace the placeholders with real values according to your setup:

    • helm-repository-name: The name of the repository where the Vault injector Helm chart is stored.
    • chart-version: The version of the chart you'd like to deploy.
    • serviceName: The name of the Kubernetes Service as defined by the Vault injector Helm chart, if it creates a Service.
    • The values object should be populated with the configuration you'd like to provide to the vault-token-injector chart. This structure mirrors the one you'd find in a values.yaml file used when deploying a chart with Helm directly.

    Once the code above is configured and run, Pulumi will deploy the vault-token-injector Helm chart to your Kubernetes cluster. If you have any custom configurations or resources that are required by the vault-token-injector, you should include them in the values property.

    Remember to ensure that your Pulumi CLI is authenticated with your cloud provider and that the kubeconfig allows Pulumi to interact with your Kubernetes cluster. For more detailed information, you might want to visit the Pulumi Kubernetes Helm Chart documentation.

    After running the Pulumi program, all resources specified by the vault-token-injector Helm chart will be created on your Kubernetes cluster. You can interact with them using kubectl or Pulumi as needed. If the chart exposes a service, I've included an example of how to export its URL (assuming the service is of type LoadBalancer), though the exact details may vary based on your environment and the chart's configuration.