1. Deploy the orchestra-login-googlews helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the orchestra-login-googlews Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster with Pulumi, you would typically use the Chart resource from the @pulumi/kubernetes package. The Chart resource allows you to deploy entire Helm charts in a declarative way. Here's how you can do it in TypeScript:


    Before you begin, make sure you have the following pre-requisites installed and set up:

    • Pulumi CLI
    • Helm CLI (only for chart fetching)
    • Access to a Kubernetes cluster (via kubectl)
    • The Kubernetes cluster has been configured with Pulumi (pulumi config set kubernetes:config-path ~/.kube/config or similar)

    If you're not sure how to set these up, please follow the Pulumi getting started guide.

    Pulumi Program Structure

    1. Import necessary packages: You'll need to import the Pulumi Kubernetes SDK to interact with Kubernetes cluster resources.

    2. Instantiate a Kubernetes Provider: To connect with the Kubernetes cluster where you want to deploy the Helm chart. This is assuming your kubeconfig is properly set.

    3. Create a new Helm Chart resource: With your chart's repository details, such as name, version, and any custom values you wish to apply.

    Example Program

    Below is a complete Pulumi program which deploys the orchestra-login-googlews Helm chart:

    import * as k8s from '@pulumi/kubernetes'; // Creating a Kubernetes provider const provider = new k8s.Provider('k8s-provider', { kubeconfig: '<YOUR_KUBECONFIG_CONTENTS>' }); // Deploying a Helm chart from a remote repository const chart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart('orchestra-login-googlews-chart', { // Assuming 'orchestra-login-googlews' is the name of the chart // and 'https://example.com/helm-charts' is where your chart repository is hosted. chart: 'orchestra-login-googlews', version: '1.0.0', // specify the version of the chart fetchOpts: { repo: 'https://example.com/helm-charts', }, // You can specify namespace or other chart values as needed namespace: 'default', }, { provider }); export const chartName = chart.metadata.name;

    Replace '<YOUR_KUBECONFIG_CONTENTS>' with the actual contents of your kubeconfig file, or ensure that it is available via standard configuration paths for your Pulumi k8s provider to pick it up.

    What's Happening in the Program

    • We're first importing the @pulumi/kubernetes package to access Pulumi's Kubernetes resource types.
    • Then we create an instance of k8s.Provider, which specifies the configuration for connecting to our Kubernetes cluster.
    • We create an instance of k8s.helm.v3.Chart, which represents the deployment of a Helm chart onto our Kubernetes cluster. This instance is configured with the name of the chart along with the repository where the chart can be found.
    • By default, the namespace used is 'default', but you can change this to deploy the chart to a different namespace if needed.
    • At the last line, we're exporting the name of the deployed chart for easy reference. This can be useful when integrating with other systems or for querying the status using Pulumi CLI.

    Running the Deployment

    To run this program, save it to a file named index.ts in a new Pulumi project directory. In that same directory, run the following commands:

    pulumi up

    This command will instruct Pulumi to perform the deployment as described in your program. It will also provide you with a preview of the actions that will be taken and ask for confirmation before proceeding.

    Once completed, the orchestra-login-googlews Helm chart will be deployed to the configured Kubernetes cluster. You can interact with it using kubectl or Pulumi as needed.

    For more information on the Pulumi Kubernetes provider and the Helm chart resource, you can visit the Pulumi documentation here: