1. Deploy the ververica-sql-template helm chart on Kubernetes


    Deploying a Helm chart with Pulumi requires the use of the Pulumi Kubernetes provider.

    To deploy the "ververica-sql-template" Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, you would typically need to have the Helm chart available in a Helm repository. Since I don't have the specific details of where the "ververica-sql-template" Helm chart is stored, I will demonstrate how you would deploy a Helm chart from a generic Helm repository.

    First, you need to set up Pulumi with the Kubernetes provider, and then you can create a new Helm chart resource within your Pulumi program.

    Here's an example of a Pulumi program written in TypeScript that deploys a generic Helm chart to a Kubernetes cluster:

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Create an instance of the Helm chart. // Replace `{REPO_URL}` with the URL of the Helm repo where the `ververica-sql-template` is hosted. // Replace `{CHART_VERSION}` with the version number of the chart you wish to deploy. const ververicaSqlTemplateChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart('ververica-sql-template', { repo: 'my-repo', // The name of the Helm repository where your chart is hosted chart: 'ververica-sql-template', // The name of the chart version: '1.0.0', // The specific version of the chart to deploy namespace: 'default', // The Kubernetes namespace to deploy into (change if you want to use a different namespace) // Values in YAML format to be passed to the Helm chart values: { // These values should be adjusted according to the specific requirements of the chart and your deployment someConfig: 'value', anotherConfig: 'anotherValue', }, // Optionally, you can pass additional options to Helm using `fetchOpts` fetchOpts: { // For example, you might want to set `version` to pull a specific chart version version: '1.0.0', // Or provide a variety of other options related to fetching the chart }, }); export const chartName = ververicaSqlTemplateChart.metadata.name;

    Here's what each part does:

    • import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes';: This imports the Pulumi Kubernetes SDK, which provides the necessary components to interact with Kubernetes resources.

    • new k8s.helm.v3.Chart(...): This creates a new Helm chart resource. It tells Pulumi to deploy the specified chart from the specified repository.

    • repo: It's the name of the Helm repository where the chart is located.

    • chart: The name of the Helm chart you want to install. In this case, it's a placeholder for ververica-sql-template.

    • version: The version of the Helm chart you want to install.

    • namespace: The Kubernetes namespace where you want to install the Helm chart.

    • values: A mapping corresponding to the values.yaml file in the Helm chart, which allows you to configure the deployment.

    • fetchOpts: Additional options for fetching the Helm chart like version, repo, and other Helm-related options.

    Please note that I used placeholders like my-repo, ververica-sql-template, and 1.0.0. In an actual deployment, you would replace my-repo with the name of the Helm repository that contains the chart, ververica-sql-template with the exact chart name, and 1.0.0 with the version of the chart that you wish to use.

    The export const chartName = ... line at the end is used to export the deployed chart name as a stack output, which can be useful for querying the deployment status using the Pulumi CLI after the deployment is complete.

    You would run this code using the Pulumi CLI by executing pulumi up in the directory where this code is saved as index.ts. Make sure you have Pulumi installed and authenticated to your Kubernetes cluster.