1. Deploy the ueb-listener helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy a Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, you would typically use the helm.v3.Chart resource from the Pulumi Kubernetes provider. This resource allows you to deploy a Helm chart from various sources such as a Helm repository, a local directory, or even an in-line chart specification.

    For this particular goal of deploying the ueb-listener Helm chart, let's assume that the chart is available in a public or private Helm repository. You will need to specify the repository URL (repo), the chart name (chart), and optionally the chart version (version). You can also provide a set of values to customize the deployment (values) and if needed, the namespace to deploy the chart into (namespace).

    Below is a TypeScript program that defines a Pulumi stack to deploy the ueb-listener Helm chart. This example assumes that you have a Kubernetes cluster set up and configured with access via kubectl. Please replace CHART_VERSION with the specific chart version you wish to deploy and REPO_URL with the URL of the Helm repository containing the ueb-listener chart.

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; const namespace = "default"; // Use the desired Kubernetes namespace const repoUrl = "REPO_URL"; // Replace with the repository URL const chartVersion = "CHART_VERSION"; // Replace with a specific chart version, if required const uebListenerChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("ueb-listener-chart", { // Chart can be specified by repo URL or repository options. repo: repoUrl, chart: "ueb-listener", version: chartVersion, namespace: namespace, // Values can be provided to the Helm chart. values: { // Provide custom values here. // These values would typically be documented by the chart itself. // For example: // service: { // type: "ClusterIP", // }, }, // Optionally, you can specify transformation functions to // manipulate the resources before they are created. transformations: [ // A sample transformation: (resource) => { if (resource.kind === "Deployment" && resource.apiVersion === "apps/v1") { resource.metadata.annotations = { "example.com/annotation": "true" }; } }, ], }); // Export the name of the chart deployment export const chartName = uebListenerChart.metadata.apply(metadata => metadata.name);

    In this program, a Chart resource is created, which Pulumi will use to deploy the specified Helm chart into your cluster. The values parameter can be used to customize aspects of the Helm chart; the example above shows a comment where you could customize the service type, among other options. Helm charts usually come with a values.yaml file that describes the configuration options available.

    The transformations parameter lets you modify the resulting Kubernetes manifests before they are applied to the cluster, which is optional and only necessary if you need to modify the resources defined by the Helm chart.

    After this Pulumi program is written to a file such as index.ts, running pulumi up will execute the deployment. The program will communicate with the Kubernetes API to realize the state declared in the program, deploying your ueb-listener Helm chart to your cluster.

    Remember to customize the example according to the Helm chart's requirements and your cluster's specific setup. It is essential to review and adjust the values in the values property to match the configuration supported and expected by the ueb-listener chart.