Deploy the zookeeper-helm-chart helm chart on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)TypeScript
To deploy the Zookeeper Helm chart on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), you'll need to complete a few high-level steps:
Create an AKS Cluster: You need an AKS cluster to deploy your Helm chart onto. If you've already created an AKS cluster, you can skip this step. Otherwise, you'll need to define the AKS cluster resource in Pulumi.
Install Helm and the Zookeeper Chart: After you have your Kubernetes cluster, you will install Helm and deploy the Zookeeper chart.
Verify the Deployment: Finally, you will want to verify that your Helm chart was deployed successfully to your AKS cluster.
We'll use the
kubernetesPulumi providers. The
azure-nativeprovider allows us to interact with Azure resources, such as the AKS cluster. The
kubernetesprovider enables us to work with Kubernetes resources, such as Helm charts.
The following TypeScript program demonstrates these steps:
Make sure to replace
<YOUR_SSH_PUBLIC_KEY>with your actual SSH public key to allow secure access to the cluster nodes.
In this program:
- We create an Azure resource group and an AKS cluster inside it.
- We obtain the necessary credentials to interact with the Kubernetes cluster by using
- We create a new instance of the Kubernetes provider, which allows Pulumi to communicate with the Kubernetes cluster using the obtained Kubeconfig.
- We then deploy the Zookeeper Helm chart to the Kubernetes cluster using this provider.
To run this Pulumi program:
- Ensure you have Pulumi and the necessary cloud provider CLI tools installed and configured.
- Save the program to a file (for example, index.ts).
pulumi upwithin the directory containing the file.
- Follow the command-line prompts to execute the actions described by the program.
After running the program, Pulumi will confirm that the resources were created and the chart was deployed. You can then use
kubectlto interact with your AKS cluster and verify the Zookeeper Helm chart deployment.