1. Deploy the redis-ui helm chart on Rancher


    To deploy the redis-ui Helm chart on a Rancher-managed Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, you'll need to use the Rancher2 Pulumi provider. This provider allows you to interact with Rancher resources, including creating and managing Kubernetes clusters, namespaces, and deploying workloads with Helm charts.

    Below is a detailed step-by-step Pulumi TypeScript program that demonstrates how to deploy the redis-ui Helm chart on a Rancher-managed Kubernetes cluster.

    1. First, you need to set up a Rancher-managed Kubernetes cluster and configure access to it. This program assumes that you already have a cluster set up and that your Pulumi environment is configured to interact with your Rancher instance.

    2. The next step is to import the necessary libraries from Pulumi and the rancher2 provider.

    3. We define a new CatalogV2 resource representing a Helm chart repository. This repository should contain the redis-ui chart.

    4. After we add the chart repository, we create a Namespace resource to organize resources within the Kubernetes cluster.

    5. Then, we use the AppV2 resource from the rancher2 package to deploy the redis-ui Helm chart to the Kubernetes cluster in the defined namespace.

    6. Finally, we export any necessary outputs, like the public endpoint of the redis-ui service, if available.

    The example program is provided below:

    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi"; import * as rancher2 from "@pulumi/rancher2"; // Step 1: Add a Helm chart repository to Rancher const chartRepo = new rancher2.CatalogV2("redis-ui-repo", { clusterId: "<YOUR_RANCHER_CLUSTER_ID>", // Replace with your cluster ID url: "<HELM_CHART_REPO_URL>", // Replace with the URL of the Helm chart repository containing `redis-ui` // If the repo is git type, specify `gitRepo` and `gitBranch`. // Example: gitRepo: "https://github.com/helm/charts.git", gitBranch: "master" }); // Step 2: Create a namespace for the `redis-ui` deployment const ns = new rancher2.Namespace("redis-ui-ns", { projectId: "<YOUR_PROJECT_ID>", // Replace with your Rancher project ID name: "redis-ui", // Add additional labels or annotations if required }); // Step 3: Deploy the `redis-ui` Helm chart using the AppV2 resource const redisUiApp = new rancher2.AppV2("redis-ui-app", { clusterId: chartRepo.clusterId, namespace: ns.name, repoName: chartRepo.name, chartName: "redis-ui", // The name of the chart in the repository chartVersion: "<CHART_VERSION>", // Specify the version of the chart // Values related to the chart should be configured here. // Often Helm charts require certain values to be set for proper deployment. // e.g., valuesYaml: `key: value\nanotherKey: anotherValue` }); // Step 4: (Optional) Export any necessary outputs export const redisUiEndpoint = redisUiApp.status.apply(status => { // This is dependent on what the `redis-ui` chart exposes. // You might have an `Ingress` or `Service` with an external IP or domain that you can export. return status.url; // This is just an example and may need to be adjusted based on actual output });

    Replace placeholders like <YOUR_RANCHER_CLUSTER_ID>, <YOUR_PROJECT_ID>, and <CHART_VERSION> with actual values that match your Rancher setup and the redis-ui chart version you want to deploy.

    Remember that the actual values and configurations may vary based on how your Rancher and Kubernetes environments are set up and on the specific requirements of the redis-ui Helm chart. Check the chart documentation for any prerequisite configurations and the values.yaml file of the chart for configurable parameters.

    This program is meant to serve as a starting point. You may need to adjust resource properties, configurations, and chart values to fit the specific needs of your deployment.