1. Deploy the sonarqube-scanner helm chart on Rancher


    To deploy the SonarQube Scanner Helm chart on Rancher using Pulumi, you'll need to interact with Rancher's Kubernetes management features. We'll assume you have a Rancher-managed Kubernetes cluster available and have set up your kubeconfig accordingly to interact with that cluster. SonarQube Scanner is not typically a standalone Helm chart, but rather a part of the SonarQube Helm chart, which deploys the SonarQube server and auxiliary services. Make sure the SonarQube Helm chart contains the scanner as part of its deployment, or that you have the correct Helm chart for the SonarQube Scanner.

    For this task, we will use the Pulumi Rancher 2 provider to manage Kubernetes resources. Here are the steps:

    1. Import the rancher2 package into your Pulumi program.
    2. Use the rancher2:app/v2:App resource to deploy a Helm chart to your cluster.
    3. Provide the details for your Helm chart, including the name of the chart (sonarqube), the version, and any necessary values that need to be overridden.

    Below you'll find a program that demonstrates how to perform these steps in Pulumi with TypeScript. This program doesn't have any actual "SonarQube Scanner" Helm chart because it typically doesn't exist separately from the main SonarQube Helm chart. If you have a custom Helm chart for SonarQube Scanner, you can use its name and repository URL instead.

    Be sure that you are logged in to your Pulumi account and have the necessary cloud credentials set up before running this code.

    import * as rancher2 from "@pulumi/rancher2"; // Define configuration options const projectName = "your-rancher-project-name"; const namespaceName = "sonarqube-scanner-namespace"; const helmChartName = "sonarqube"; const helmChartVersion = "x.x.x"; // replace with the specific chart version const rancherClusterId = "your-rancher-cluster-id"; // replace with your cluster ID // Create a new Rancher2 project const project = new rancher2.Project(projectName, { clusterId: rancherClusterId, name: projectName, }); // Create a namespace in the project const namespace = new rancher2.Namespace(namespaceName, { projectId: project.id, name: namespaceName, }); // Deploy the SonarQube Helm chart to the cluster within the created namespace const sonarqubeChart = new rancher2.AppV2("sonar-scanner-app", { namespaceId: namespace.id, projectId: project.id, repoName: "helm", // This would be the name of the Helm repository chartName: helmChartName, chartVersion: helmChartVersion, values: `# Here we would insert any necessary or custom values for the chart, formatted as a multi-line string`, }, { dependsOn: [namespace] }); // Export the name of the chart app, which can be used to check deployment status export const sonarqubeChartName = sonarqubeChart.name;

    Replace "x.x.x" with the version of the SonarQube Helm chart that you intend to use. Also, make sure to input the correct Rancher project name, namespace, and cluster ID for your specific setup.

    This is a very generic explanation without knowing the specifics of the Helm chart you're deploying. The values property within the rancher2.AppV2 allows you to customize your SonarQube installation by providing custom values as you would via helm's values.yaml file.

    Please adjust the provided values according to your Helm chart's requirements. You usually obtain these from the chart's documentation or its values.yaml file contained in the chart itself.