Deploy the ztncui helm chart on Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE)TypeScript
To deploy the
ztncuiHelm chart on Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE) using Pulumi, you will need to perform a series of steps. These include setting up your OKE cluster, configuring your Kubernetes provider to interact with your OKE cluster, and then using the Helm chart resource to deploy
Here's a step-by-step breakdown of the process:
Set up your OKE Cluster: To create a Kubernetes cluster in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), you'll use the
oci.ContainerEngine.Clusterresource. This will provision an OKE cluster for you.
Configure Kubernetes Provider: After your cluster is set up, you will need to configure the Pulumi Kubernetes provider to use the kubeconfig from your OKE cluster. This provider enables Pulumi to perform operations on the Kubernetes API server.
Deploy Helm Chart: Once you have a Kubernetes provider configured, you can proceed to deploy the Helm chart with
kubernetes.helm.v3.Chartresource takes care of deploying Helm charts.
Below is a TypeScript program that performs these steps using Pulumi. The program assumes you have set up Pulumi and authenticated with OCI.
oci.containerengine.Cluster: This sets up an OKE cluster. You'll need to provide specific configurations like compartment ID and the network setup as per your requirements within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
kubeconfig: We capture the kubeconfig from the created OKE cluster which allows you to interact with your cluster. This is necessary to set up the Kubernetes provider.
kubernetes.Provider: This is used to interact with the Kubernetes cluster provisioned by OKE. We specifically supply
kubeconfigto authenticate and communicate with the cluster.
kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart: This resource is used to deploy Helm charts. You provide the chart name and repository to locate
ztncui. Please note that the repository URL given is a placeholder, and you'll need to replace it with the actual chart repository.
ztncuiUrl: Finally, we export the URL where the
ztncuiservice is exposed. This allows you to access
ztncuifrom your browser. The exact way to retrieve the URL may differ based on how the service for
ztncuiis exposed (via LoadBalancer, NodePort, etc.), and you might need to adjust the exported URL accordingly.
Remember to replace placeholders and configure further based on your specific setup and requirements. This program is a starting point and might require fine-tuning to fit into your environment policy and the Helm chart's settings.
After applying this Pulumi program, it will set up an OKE cluster, configure Kubernetes to interact with it, and deploy the
ztncuiHelm chart. You can run the Pulumi program using the Pulumi CLI with the command
pulumi up, after you've ensured that the prerequisites are in place.