1. Deploy the thanos-operator helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the thanos-operator Helm chart on OpenShift, you would typically use Pulumi's @pulumi/kubernetes package, which allows you to manage Kubernetes resources, including deploying Helm charts, directly from your Pulumi program.

    The thanos-operator Helm chart will set up Thanos on an OpenShift cluster, which is a set of components to create a highly available Prometheus setup with long term storage capabilities.

    First, you need to set up the Pulumi program and establish connectivity with your OpenShift cluster. Ensure that you have your OpenShift cluster up and running and that you have kubectl configured to connect to it (Pulumi uses the current context from your .kube/config file by default).

    Below is an outline of the steps you will follow in the TypeScript code:

    1. Import necessary modules from the Pulumi Kubernetes package.
    2. Create a Helm chart resource for the thanos-operator.

    This script assumes you have already configured your Pulumi CLI with the OpenShift cluster context.

    Here is the TypeScript code to deploy the thanos-operator Helm chart:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Create a Helm Chart resource for the thanos-operator const thanosOperatorChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("thanos-operator", { chart: "thanos-operator", version: "<VERSION>", // specify the version of the chart you want to deploy fetchOpts: { repo: "https://kubernetes-charts.banzaicloud.com", // replace with the actual Helm repository URL for thanos-operator }, // If you have custom values you'd like to specify, add them here // values: { // // custom values here // }, // The namespace to deploy the chart into; create it if it doesn't exist namespace: "thanos-operator-ns", // replace with your target namespace }, { // Specify provider if you want to deploy to a specific OpenShift cluster // otherwise it will use the current context from `.kube/config` // provider: <kubernetes-provider>, }); // Export the chart name export const chartName = thanosOperatorChart.metadata.apply(m => m.name);

    Make sure to replace "<VERSION>" with the actual version of the thanos-operator chart you'd like to deploy.

    Also, it is important to note that the repo URL in fetchOpts should point to the repository URL where the thanos-operator Helm chart is hosted. You should replace https://kubernetes-charts.banzaicloud.com with the repository URL for the Thanos Operator that you are using.

    To run this Pulumi program, save the script in a file named index.ts, then execute the following commands:

    • Run pulumi stack init to create a new stack for your deployment if you haven't already done so.
    • Run pulumi up to preview and deploy the changes. Pulumi will display a preview of the resources that will be created and ask for confirmation before proceeding with the deployment.

    After deployment, Pulumi will output the chart name, which indicates that the Helm chart has been deployed to your OpenShift cluster.