1. Deploy the ueb-listener helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the ueb-listener Helm chart on OpenShift using Pulumi, you need to perform several steps. First, you need to set up the necessary configurations for your OpenShift cluster (which we will assume you already have access to). Then, you'll use Pulumi's Kubernetes provider to deploy the Helm chart.

    The kubernetes.helm.sh/v3.Chart resource will be used for this purpose, which is a standard way to deploy Helm charts with Pulumi in a Kubernetes cluster environment. The Helm chart resource allows you to configure and deploy Helm charts similarly to how you would use the helm CLI tool.

    Below is a Pulumi program written in TypeScript that demonstrates how to deploy a Helm chart on an OpenShift cluster.

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Create the Helm Chart resource for ueb-listener. // This assumes you have already configured your k8s.Provider according to your OpenShift cluster context. const uebListenerChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("ueb-listener-chart", { // Specify the namespace where you want to deploy your application // Ensure this namespace exists in your OpenShift cluster. namespace: "default", // Specify the chart details for ueb-listener. // You should replace this with the actual Helm repository URL and chart name if different. chart: "ueb-listener", // If your Helm Chart is located in a repository, you would specify it here. // For example, if your chart is in a repository called `my-repo`, add the `repo` field. // For this example, we're assuming that `ueb-listener` is the name, and it's in the `my-repo` Helm repository. // If your Helm Chart is hosted in a private repository, you will also need to provide the appropriate // `fetchOpts` to authenticate with the repository, such as username, password, etc. repo: "my-repo", // Specify the version of the Helm chart if necessary. version: "1.2.3", // Values allow you to provide a set of configurations that override the default chart values. // Here you will setup all configurations that `ueb-listener` Helm chart exposes. values: { // Example of setting values: // image: { repository: "my-image-repo", tag: "latest" }, // replicaCount: 3, // You need to fill in your actual values for `ueb-listener`. }, }); // Export the resources' names using Pulumi stack outputs export const chartName = uebListenerChart.metadata.apply(m => m.name);

    Here's an explanation for each part of the program:

    1. First, we import the Kubernetes package from Pulumi which allows us to interact with our Kubernetes cluster.

    2. We create a new instance of a Helm chart resource using new k8s.helm.v3.Chart. This represents the ueb-listener Helm chart we want to deploy.

    3. We set the namespace property to deploy our application into a specific namespace. Change this to whatever namespace you prefer.

    4. The chart field should specify the name of the chart we want to deploy, which in this case is ueb-listener.

    5. The repo option specifies the Helm repository where the chart can be found. You should replace this with the actual URL of your Helm repository if available.

    6. The version field should match the version of the chart you wish to deploy.

    7. The values block contains configurations that are used to customize the Helm chart. This is equivalent to passing a values.yaml file to Helm when installing a chart. You need to input the actual configuration values for your specific use case of the ueb-listener Helm chart.

    8. Finally, we export the name of the chart as a stack output. This allows you to see the deployed resource's name after executing your Pulumi program.

    Make sure you replace the placeholder values with actual information about the ueb-listener Helm chart and its repository. Once you execute this Pulumi code with pulumi up, Pulumi will deploy the Helm chart to your OpenShift cluster.