Deploy the zookeeper-3Nodes helm chart on KubernetesTypeScript
To deploy a Helm chart onto a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, we can use the
Chartresource from the
Chartresource allows you to deploy a Helm chart from a local directory or a remote chart repository. In this example, we will be deploying the "zookeeper-3Nodes" Helm chart, which is a distributed configuration service for managing a large set of hosts.
Before you begin, ensure that you have Pulumi installed and configured to use with your Kubernetes cluster. You will also need to have
kubectlinstalled and configured to manage your Kubernetes cluster, and Helm installed if you need to customize or fetch Helm charts locally.
Here's the Pulumi TypeScript program that deploys the "zookeeper-3Nodes" Helm chart:
This program performs the following steps:
- It imports the
@pulumi/kubernetespackage to interact with Kubernetes.
zookeeperChartconstant initializes a new Helm chart using the
Chartresource. This is where you provide the Helm chart's name, version, namespace, and any custom values you wish to provision the chart with.
exportstatement allows you to output the status of the deployment, which you can view after the deployment is completed.
If you have a custom set of values you would like to override in the zookeeper chart, you can provide them in the
valuesoption of the
Chartresource. These values would typically be provided in Helm's values.yaml file when using Helm CLI directly.
"3Nodes"with the correct version of the zookeeper Helm chart you are trying to deploy. Also, if the chart is not located in the bitnami repository, you will need to change the
repofield to point to the correct Chart repository.
Moreover, if you are not using the default kubectl context for connecting to your Kubernetes cluster, you will need to create a Pulumi Kubernetes Provider and pass it to the
Chartresource through the
After writing this code, you can deploy the chart by running
pulumi upin your command line. Pulumi CLI will perform the deployment and show you the live status updates of the resources being created. Once the deployment is successful, you can check the exported
zookeeperChartStatusto see the status of the deployed Helm chart.
- It imports the