1. Deploy the kube-plex helm chart on Opensshift


    To deploy the kube-plex Helm chart on an OpenShift cluster, you'll need to have an OpenShift cluster up and running and have Helm installed. The Pulumi program below uses the kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart resource to deploy a Helm chart within your OpenShift cluster.

    This Pulumi program assumes you have configured your Pulumi Kubernetes provider to point to your OpenShift cluster. Helm charts can be deployed using a variety of customizable options, but this program will demonstrate a very basic deployment with default settings.

    Here's the TypeScript program to deploy the kube-plex Helm chart on OpenShift:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Create an instance of the kube-plex Helm chart const kubePlexChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("kube-plex", { // Assuming 'kube-plex' is available in the default Helm repo, otherwise specify 'repo' option. chart: "kube-plex", // Specify the OpenShift namespace where the chart should be installed. namespace: "plex-namespace", // Replace with the actual namespace // Include any custom values here, or omit the 'values' key to use the defaults. values: { // Custom values for the Helm chart can be set here. This is an example: // persistence: { // enabled: true, // storageClass: "my-storage-class", // Replace with your storage class // }, }, // Additional options can be set here such as 'version' for a specific chart version. }); // Export any important information, e.g., the service endpoint export const kubePlexServiceEndpoint = kubePlexChart.getResourceProperty( "v1/Service", // Adjust kind and apiVersion as necessary "kube-plex", // Adjust based on real service name (found in chart's service.yaml or release info) "status" ).apply(status => status.loadBalancer.ingress[0].ip);

    Explanation of the program:

    1. The @pulumi/kubernetes package is imported to interact with Kubernetes resources.
    2. The kubernetes.helm.v3.Chart resource is instantiated to deploy the kube-plex Helm chart. The constructor requires a name for the resource instance and a configuration object that describes the Helm chart deployment.
    3. The chart property specifies the name of the chart to deploy. Replace "kube-plex" with the exact chart name if different.
    4. The namespace property is where you'll specify which OpenShift project (namespace) the chart should be deployed into. Replace with your target namespace.
    5. The values property is an object that you can use to override default chart values. This is where you can provide custom configuration for your kube-plex deployment.
    6. The version option (if needed) allows you to specify a particular version of the chart to deploy.
    7. After the deployment, an export statement is used to output the service endpoint of the deployed kube-plex. The getResourceProperty function is used to get a specific property from a resource created by the Helm chart. Here, we are trying to extract the IP address from the load balancer's ingress. Note that you will need to adjust the kind (v1/Service), resource name (kube-plex), and the properties to match those defined by your Helm chart.

    Please note that you may need to set up the Helm repository that contains the kube-plex chart before running this if it's not part of the stable repositories known by Helm.

    To run this Pulumi program, save it as index.ts, install dependencies with npm or yarn, and run pulumi up. Make sure that you have authenticated with your OpenShift cluster and that your Pulumi stack is correctly configured to use your OpenShift Kubernetes context.

    Please replace placeholders such as plex-namespace with the actual namespaces and adjust the values according to the kube-plex Helm chart's documentation and your specific requirements.