1. Deploy the sentry-kubernetes helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy the sentry-kubernetes Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, you'll first need to ensure that you have a Kubernetes cluster up and running. Assuming you have that, we'll be using the @pulumi/kubernetes package to instantiate a Helm chart within our cluster.

    In the program below, Pulumi's Chart resource from the Kubernetes provider is utilized to deploy a Helm chart. The Chart resource is a high-level way to deploy Helm charts on a Kubernetes cluster through Pulumi, abstracting away the details of how Helm charts are consumed by Kubernetes, but allowing you to provide the necessary custom configuration.

    The sentry-kubernetes chart will be fetched from the Helm repository specified in the repo property. If the chart requires any configuration overrides, you can supply them in the values property as an object.

    The following TypeScript program demonstrates how to deploy the sentry-kubernetes chart:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; const namespace = 'default'; // You might want to deploy it to a specific namespace // Instantiate the sentry-kubernetes Helm chart const sentryChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("sentry-kubernetes", { // The chart name chart: "sentry-kubernetes", // Helm repository where the chart is located repo: "https://sentry-kubernetes.github.io/charts", // Namespace where the chart will be installed namespace: namespace, // Values to override in the chart values: { // Configure your custom settings here, for example: // email: "your-email-here", // ingress: { // hostname: "sentry.example.com" // }, }, }); // Export the URL for Sentry (placeholder, will depend on your actual service configuration) export const sentryUrl = pulumi.interpolate `http://${namespace}.sentry.example.com`;

    In this program, a new Helm chart representing sentry-kubernetes is instantiated. We specify the repository URL directly in the repo parameter. You will need to replace the placeholders and add any additional required chart values unique to your configuration.

    Please note the export statement at the end; it is a placeholder meant to show how you can export output values from your Pulumi program. In a real-world scenario, you would configure an ingress, a service, or other Kubernetes resources that provide you with an actual URL or IP addresses to access Sentry, which you would retrieve from your Pulumi stack's outputs.

    The values field is empty, but this is where you would provide customization for the Sentry chart. This could include setting up Sentry's external URL, email configuration, database details, and more. You'll need to consult the sentry-kubernetes chart's documentation for the correct values you'll need to supply here.