1. Deploy the ibm-fhir-server helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the IBM FHIR Server on OpenShift using Pulumi, we'll follow a few key steps:

    1. Ensure you have Pulumi installed and configured for TypeScript.
    2. Ensure you have access to an OpenShift cluster and have the oc CLI tool configured.
    3. You will need the Helm chart details for the IBM FHIR Server. For this, you'll commonly use Helm's repo add command to add the chart's repository.

    We'll use the kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart resource to deploy a Helm chart within our OpenShift cluster. This Pulumi resource is designed to work with any Kubernetes cluster, OpenShift included, since OpenShift is Kubernetes with additional features. The Chart resource will install the specified Helm chart into the cluster with the provided configuration values.

    Below is a TypeScript program that will use Pulumi to deploy the IBM FHIR Server to your OpenShift cluster using a Helm chart. Note that you need to specify the repo and chart properties according to where the IBM FHIR Server Helm chart is stored. If there are any specific configurations or values you'd like to override in the chart, you can provide them in the values property.

    Before running the program, replace <YOUR-NAMESPACE> with the namespace you want to deploy to, and ensure that the repo and chart properties point to the correct Helm repository and chart for the IBM FHIR Server.

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Replace these variables with the appropriate values for the IBM FHIR server Helm chart. const fhirServerRepoUrl = "https://ibm.github.io/ibm-fhir-server-helm"; // Example Helm repo URL for IBM FHIR Server (may need to be updated) const fhirServerChartName = "ibm-fhir-server"; // Example chart name (may need to be updated) // Define the deployment of the IBM FHIR Server Helm chart. const fhirServerChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart('ibm-fhir-server', { chart: fhirServerChartName, repo: fhirServerRepoUrl, // Specify the version of the chart you wish to deploy. version: '0.0.1', // Replace with the chart version you need namespace: '<YOUR-NAMESPACE>', // If customization is needed, provide the appropriate values here. values: { // Example values you might want to change, these are placeholders and may not apply directly to IBM FHIR Server chart. // Uncomment and modify according to your needs. // replicaCount: 1, // image: { // repository: "ibmcom/ibm-fhir-server", // tag: "latest", // }, // service: { // type: "ClusterIP", // port: 80, // }, }, }, { provider: /* Provide your OpenShift Pulumi Kubernetes provider if necessary */ }); // Export the deployment name of the chart. export const fhirServerDeploymentName = fhirServerChart.deployment.metadata.name;

    When you run this program with Pulumi (pulumi up), Pulumi performs the following actions:

    1. It communicates with your configured Kubernetes cluster, which should be your OpenShift cluster.
    2. It fetches the specified IBM FHIR Server Helm chart from the provided repository.
    3. It deploys the chart with the settings you've specified into the mentioned namespace on your OpenShift cluster.

    After deployment, the IBM FHIR Server will be running in your OpenShift cluster, and you should be able to interact with it using OpenShift tools (oc) or any other Kubernetes-compatible tools (kubectl).

    Remember to be aware of your OpenShift cluster's resource limits and request quotas, as deploying an application will consume those resources. If you're not sure about the exact values or options required for the IBM FHIR Server chart, consult the chart's documentation or its values.yaml file to learn more about the available configuration options.