1. Deploy the teleport-plugin-pagerduty helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the teleport-plugin-pagerduty Helm chart on Kubernetes using Pulumi, you would typically follow these steps:

    1. Ensure you have access to a Kubernetes cluster and that your kubectl is configured to interact with it.
    2. Identify the Helm chart you want to deploy (in this case, teleport-plugin-pagerduty).
    3. Specify any custom values you want to apply to the Helm chart. Custom values are usually defined in a YAML file, but with Pulumi, you can specify them directly in the code.
    4. Use the appropriate Pulumi provider to interact with the Kubernetes cluster. Here we'll assume you are working with a generic Kubernetes cluster.

    Here's a program in TypeScript that uses Pulumi to deploy the teleport-plugin-pagerduty Helm chart to a Kubernetes cluster. I'll explain each part of the program in comments.

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Ensure you import and configure the Kubernetes provider if needed; in many cases, // Pulumi automatically uses the default provider based on your local kubeconfig. // Define the release name and repository where the Helm chart is located. const releaseName = 'teleport-plugin-pagerduty-release'; const chartRepo = 'https://charts.releases.teleport.dev'; // Provide the values for the Helm chart. You need to replace the placeholder values // with actual configuration for the plugin and PagerDuty integration. const customValues = { 'auth_token': 'YOUR_TELEPORT_AUTH_TOKEN', 'pagerduty_api_key': 'YOUR_PAGERDUTY_API_KEY', // Additional chart values go here }; // Creating a new Helm chart release. Pulumi will communicate with your cluster and // deploy the specified Helm chart along with the provided values. const teleportPluginPagerdutyChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart(releaseName, { chart: 'teleport-plugin-pagerduty', version: '0.0.1', // Specify the chart version if required fetchOpts: { repo: chartRepo }, values: customValues, }); // Export the status of the release to view it in the stack's outputs // after deployment. This is useful to confirm successful deployment. export const releaseStatus = teleportPluginPagerdutyChart.status;

    In this program:

    • @pulumi/kubernetes package is imported to work with Kubernetes resources in Pulumi.
    • We define configuration variables for the Helm chart's release name and the repository URL.
    • customValues object is used to specify any values you need to override in the Helm chart. You should review the chart's documentation and provide appropriate configurations specific to your use case.
    • k8s.helm.v3.Chart is instantiated, providing Pulumi with the necessary information to deploy the chart. This includes the chart name, repository URL, version, and custom values.
    • Lastly, we export the status of the Helm release. This allows you to see details of the Helm deployment in your Pulumi stack outputs.

    Before running the code, make sure you replace 'YOUR_TELEPORT_AUTH_TOKEN' and 'YOUR_PAGERDUTY_API_KEY' with your actual tokens and any other placeholder values with appropriate settings for your deployment.

    To run this program:

    • Install Pulumi CLI and set up the Kubernetes provider.
    • Create a new Pulumi project using pulumi new.
    • Replace the contents of index.ts with the provided code above.
    • Run pulumi up to deploy the changes to your cluster.

    Pulumi will perform the deployment based on the current configuration and the desired state specified in the code. Once the deployment is successful, you'll see the status in the output of the pulumi up command, indicating that the teleport-plugin-pagerduty Helm chart is deployed on your Kubernetes cluster.