1. Deploy the mod-agreements helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the mod-agreements Helm chart on OpenShift using Pulumi, you will be using the kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart resource from the Pulumi Kubernetes provider. This resource allows you to deploy a Helm chart into your Kubernetes cluster, which in this case, is OpenShift.

    OpenShift clusters typically require additional setup for Kubernetes configuration due to their security constraints. However, in this example, I am going to assume you have already set up your OpenShift cluster configuration within Pulumi so that you can deploy a Helm chart to it.

    The Helm chart may have required values, so please ensure you replace REPLACE_WITH_VALUES with the actual values that the mod-agreements chart expects, or you can provide a values file with those configurations.

    Here's how to deploy a Helm chart on OpenShift with Pulumi in TypeScript:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Create a new Helm chart resource for `mod-agreements` const modAgreementsChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("mod-agreements", { // Assuming 'mod-agreements' is the chart name and it's in a Helm repository // You need to replace `REPLACE_WITH_REPOSITORY_URL` with the URL of the Helm repository repo: "REPLACE_WITH_REPOSITORY_URL", chart: "mod-agreements", version: "REPLACE_WITH_CHART_VERSION", // specify the chart version namespace: "REPLACE_WITH_NAMESPACE", // specify the namespace where chart should be deployed // Values for the Helm chart can be provided here values: { // replace `REPLACE_WITH_VALUES` with the value structure expected by `mod-agreements` }, // If your Helm chart needs to fetch additional dependencies, you can define the fetch options fetchOpts: { repo: "REPLACE_WITH_REPOSITORY_URL", // Additional options like CA or cert files can be specified here if needed }, }, { provider: openshiftProvider, // You should replace this with your OpenShift provider configuration }); // Export any of the resources you would want to easily access, such as the service URL export const chartName = modAgreementsChart.getResourceProperty("v1/Service", "mod-agreements-service", "metadata").name;

    Replace the placeholders with actual values for the repository URL, chart version, namespace, and any chart values that need to be configured. Also, the openshiftProvider should have been previously set up with your OpenShift credentials and configuration. If you don’t already have an Openshift provider configured, refer to the Pulumi documentation on how to set up a Kubernetes provider for OpenShift.

    Ensure you have the Helm repository added that contains the mod-agreements Helm chart, and you can locate the chart and its version in that repository. If this Helm chart requires certain OpenShift permissions, make sure the service account associated with your deployment has the required roles and role bindings.

    When you run pulumi up with this program, it will deploy the mod-agreements Helm chart into your OpenShift cluster. After a successful deployment, you may want to export additional resource properties such as the service URL or any other endpoints you wish to access for your application.