1. Deploy the hive-server helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the hive-server Helm chart on OpenShift using Pulumi, you will need to use the Pulumi Kubernetes provider. The Kubernetes provider uses the Helm Chart resource to deploy Helm charts. Below, I will provide a program that uses Pulumi with TypeScript to deploy a hive-server Helm chart onto an OpenShift cluster.

    Before you begin, ensure that you have Pulumi installed, the Pulumi CLI configured, and access to an OpenShift cluster. You should also have kubectl configured to communicate with your OpenShift cluster. The Pulumi program will assume that these prerequisites are met.

    Here is a step-by-step program to deploy the hive-server Helm chart:

    1. Setting up the Pulumi program: We initiate a Pulumi program by creating a new directory and initializing the Pulumi project with pulumi new.
    2. Importing Dependencies: We begin by importing necessary modules. We will need the @pulumi/kubernetes package to interact with Kubernetes resources, such as the Helm chart.
    3. Creating a Helm Chart Resource: We will use the Chart class from the @pulumi/kubernetes/helm/v3 module to deploy the hive-server Helm chart. This class will manage the installation and updates of the Helm chart in your OpenShift cluster.
    4. Configuring the Helm Chart: To configure the Helm chart, we supply the chart name, and optionally, the repository where the chart can be found.
    5. Deploying the Helm Chart: Pulumi will now deploy the Helm chart to your connected OpenShift cluster, creating all necessary Kubernetes resources.

    The following TypeScript program implements the above steps to deploy the hive-server Helm chart:

    import * as kubernetes from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Define the Helm chart for hive-server, you might need to supply the appropriate repository // and chart version depending on where the hive-server chart is hosted and the version you wish to use. const hiveServerChart = new kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart("hive-server", { chart: "hive-server", // If your chart is in a custom Helm repo, uncomment the following lines and provide the repo URL // repo: "https://your-helm-chart-repo.com/", // version: "x.y.z", // Specify the chart version namespace: "hive-server-namespace", // Specify the namespace, if needed // values: { /* Chart values to override */ }, // Uncomment and specify to set chart values }); // Export the base URL to access the hive-server, usually it will be service endpoint or ingress export const hiveServerUrl = hiveServerChart.getResourceProperty( "v1/Service", "hive-server", "status" ).apply(status => status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].hostname);


    • Importing Dependencies: We include the Pulumi Kubernetes SDK to work with Kubernetes resources.
    • Creating a Helm Chart Resource: We create a Helm chart resource providing the name 'hive-server'. You would need to uncomment and provide additional configuration if your Helm chart is in a custom repository.
    • Configuring the Helm Chart: If necessary, you can specify the namespace where the chart should be deployed, the version of the chart, and any custom values that need to be overridden. Remember to replace https://your-helm-chart-repo.com/ with the actual URL of your Helm chart's repository and specify the exact version you need.
    • Output: After running pulumi up, Pulumi will interact with the Kubernetes API to install the Helm chart into your OpenShift cluster. The export statement makes the hive-server URL accessible and can be retrieved by running pulumi stack output hiveServerUrl.

    After you have this code, save it in a file, for example, index.ts. You can then run pulumi up to deploy the hive-server Helm chart to your OpenShift cluster.

    Note that while this Pulumi program will work to deploy a Helm chart, specific details about the hive-server Helm chart like its repository or configurations are needed to complete the deployment successfully, which are to be provided in place of the placeholders in the commented areas.