1. Deploy the kyuubi helm chart on Opensshift


    Deploying a Helm chart on an OpenShift cluster using Pulumi involves a few steps. Specifically, you'll need to set up an OpenShift cluster and then use Pulumi's Kubernetes provider to deploy the Helm chart. Since Kyuubi is a service for Apache Spark SQL, you'll need to obtain or create a Helm chart for that service and ensure that it's compatible with OpenShift.

    For simplicity, let's assume you have an OpenShift cluster already running and accessible via kubectl. Thus, your Pulumi program would center around deploying the Kyuubi Helm chart to this cluster. For demonstration purposes, we'll use a placeholder Helm chart repository URL and chart name in the example.

    Here is a step-by-step explanation followed by the TypeScript Pulumi program:

    1. Setup Kubernetes Provider: Configure the Pulumi Kubernetes provider to interact with your OpenShift cluster. You'd typically have a kubeconfig file which allows Pulumi to authenticate and connect to the cluster.

    2. Helm Chart Resource: Utilize Pulumi's Chart resource, which is part of the @pulumi/kubernetes/helm/v3 module, to deploy the Kyuubi Helm chart to your cluster. You need to provide the name of the chart, the repository where the chart can be found, and any configurations required by the Helm chart in the values property.

    Here is the TypeScript program that demonstrates how to achieve this:

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Create a Helm Chart Resource for deploying Kyuubi to the OpenShift cluster. // Ensure that you have added the Helm repository that contains the Kyuubi chart. const kyuubiChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart('kyuubi', { // Replace with the actual chart repository and name. chart: 'kyuubi-chart-name', // Typically you'd use the version here to pin the Helm chart version. version: 'x.y.z', // Add the repository URL where the Kyuubi Helm chart can be found. fetchOpts: { repo: 'https://example.com/helm-charts', }, // Define any specific configuration options required by the Kyuubi Helm chart. // These values would be specific to your setup or the Helm chart itself. values: { // ...configuration options }, // The namespace to deploy the Helm chart into. Adjust if necessary. namespace: 'kyuubi-namespace', }); // Export the resource name of the Chart export const chartName = kyuubiChart.getResourceName();

    In the program, replace 'kyuubi-chart-name', 'x.y.z', and 'https://example.com/helm-charts' with the actual chart name, chart version, and repository URL for Kyuubi. The values object can be populated with the configuration options required by the Kyuubi chart. If you're deploying into a specific OpenShift project, replace 'kyuubi-namespace' with the name of that project.

    After setting up this Pulumi program, you will run it using the Pulumi CLI. Ensure that your Pulumi stack is correctly configured and that you have access to the cluster from your environment. Then, execute pulumi up to initiate the deployment.

    Remember to inspect the resources and modifications suggested by the Pulumi CLI output and approve them if they match your expectations. After successful deployment, you'll find Kyuubi running in your OpenShift cluster, ready to serve Apache Spark SQL workloads.

    For further reading and understanding of Pulumi with Kubernetes: