1. Deploy the onlyoffice helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the OnlyOffice Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, you will need to utilize the Chart resource from the Pulumi Kubernetes provider. This resource allows you to deploy Helm charts within your Kubernetes cluster through Pulumi's infrastructure-as-code approach.

    Below is a Pulumi program written in TypeScript which demonstrates how to deploy the OnlyOffice Helm chart. I will walk you through the program step-by-step.


    1. Import Dependencies: We import the necessary Pulumi packages needed to run our program.
    2. Create a Chart Resource: We instantiate a Chart resource. The Chart resource is a component that represents a collection of resources described by a Helm chart.
    3. Chart Arguments:
      • chart: Name of the Helm chart. We will set this to "onlyoffice".
      • version: Specify the version of the Helm chart to use.
      • fetchOpts (optional): Fetch options to specify details about chart fetching. This includes where to fetch the chart from.
      • values (optional): Override default configuration values for the Helm chart.
    4. Deploy the Chart: Pulumi will then use the Helm CLI to deploy the OnlyOffice chart onto your Kubernetes cluster, using the provided configuration options.

    Pulumi Program:

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Define the OnlyOffice Helm chart from the stable repository. const onlyofficeChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart('onlyoffice', { // You may need to specify a chart version compatible with the Kubernetes version you're using. // For example: // version: "5.4.0", // Add the OnlyOffice Helm repository here, and specify the chart name. repo: "ONLYOFFICE Helm Repo URL here", chart: "onlyoffice", // You can specify custom values for the OnlyOffice Helm chart by creating a 'values' object. // For instance, to change the service type to LoadBalancer and set a nodePort, you might use: // values: { // service: { // type: "LoadBalancer", // nodePort: 30080, // }, // }, // It's often a good idea to deploy your application into a specific namespace. // If the namespace does not exist, you must create it using k8s.core.v1.Namespace. // namespace: "onlyoffice-namespace", }); // Export the Helm chart's name and namespace as stack outputs. export const chartName = onlyofficeChart.name; export const chartNamespace = onlyofficeChart.namespace;

    Exported Outputs:

    At the end of the Pulumi program, we export two stack outputs:

    • chartName which holds the name of the deployed Helm chart.
    • chartNamespace which holds the namespace in which the Helm chart was deployed.

    These outputs allow you to easily retrieve the name and namespace of your OnlyOffice deployment once the Pulumi program has finished executing.

    Please replace "ONLYOFFICE Helm Repo URL here" with the actual Helm repository URL where the OnlyOffice chart is located. The version argument and the values overrides are optional and should be filled according to your specific version requirements and custom configuration needs.

    If you need to create a namespace before deploying the chart and haven't created one externally, you would first create it with Pulumi by uncommenting and adjusting the namespace: "onlyoffice-namespace", line, and you would include a Namespace resource in your program like this:

    // Uncomment and adjust as necessary if you need to create a namespace specifically for OnlyOffice. // const namespace = new k8s.core.v1.Namespace("onlyoffice-namespace", { // metadata: { // name: "onlyoffice-namespace", // }, // });

    When this program executes (pulumi up), Pulumi will reach out to the Helm repository specified in the repo field, download the requested Helm chart and version, apply any values overrides you've specified, and then deploy all of the Kubernetes resources described by the chart to your cluster.

    For more detailed documentation on the Pulumi Kubernetes provider, refer to the official Pulumi Kubernetes API Documentation.