1. Deploy the mod-data-export helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the mod-data-export Helm chart on an OpenShift cluster using Pulumi, you will need to follow these steps:

    1. Configure Access to OpenShift: Ensure that you have access to the OpenShift cluster and the oc CLI tool is configured correctly to interact with your OpenShift cluster. Pulumi uses your local kubeconfig file, so the cluster you wish to interact with should be your current context.

    2. Import Necessary Pulumi Packages: You will need to use the Pulumi Kubernetes provider to interact with your OpenShift cluster. Additionally, you'll import the helm.sh/v3 module which provides support for deploying Helm charts.

    3. Define the Helm Chart Resource: Using the helm.sh/v3.Chart class, create an instance of the chart you want to deploy, specifying details such as chart name, version, repository, and any custom values you wish to pass to the chart.

    4. Invoke the Pulumi Program: Use Pulumi's CLI to run your program and perform the actual deployment of the Helm chart to the OpenShift cluster.

    The following is a detailed Pulumi program written in TypeScript that deploys the mod-data-export Helm chart to an OpenShift cluster. This program assumes that the mod-data-export chart is available in a public or private Helm repository that you have access to.

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Define the Helm Chart resource for mod-data-export. const modDataExportChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("mod-data-export", { // Replace with the name of the OpenShift namespace where the chart should be installed. namespace: "my-namespace", // Specify the Helm chart details. chart: "mod-data-export", // You need to specify the repository where your Helm chart is located. // This might be a public URL or a repository within your cluster. fetchOpts: { repo: "http://my-helm-chart-repository.example.com/", }, // If you have specific version requirements, set the `version` property. // version: "1.2.3", // Uncomment and replace with the desired chart version // If you need to provide custom values to the Helm chart, you can do so here. values: { key: "value", // e.g., image: { repository: "my-image", tag: "my-version" }, }, }); // Optional: Export the status URL for the mod-data-export service if it's a web service // and if the Helm chart automatically creates a Kubernetes service for it. export const serviceStatusUrl = modDataExportChart.getResourceProperty( "v1/Service", "mod-data-export-service", "status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].hostname" ); // To deploy, you would run `pulumi up` using Pulumi's CLI, which would carry out the deployment.

    Here's a breakdown of what the program above is doing:

    • We import the @pulumi/kubernetes package which contains classes and methods to interact with Kubernetes resources, including Helm charts.
    • We then declare a new Helm chart resource using the k8s.helm.v3.Chart class. This resource corresponds to the mod-data-export Helm chart you wish to deploy.
    • Inside the Chart class constructor, we provide the necessary configuration for the chart, such as the namespace where it will be installed, the chart name, and the repository URL. Replace these placeholders with the actual values relevant to your Helm chart.
    • Optionally, if the mod-data-export Helm chart creates a Kubernetes service (for example, a web service), we demonstrate how you could export its load balancer status URL so that you can access it after deployment.

    To apply this Pulumi program, run pulumi up from the command line in the directory where your Pulumi program file is located. This will prompt Pulumi to perform the deployment based on the defined resources in your program.

    Please replace the placeholder values such as the namespace, chart repository URL, and Helm chart configuration with the appropriate values for your specific deployment scenario.