1. Deploy the mlflow-helm-chart helm chart on Kubernetes


    To deploy an MLflow Helm chart on a Kubernetes cluster using Pulumi, we will do the following:

    1. Define a helm.v3.Chart resource, which is a representation of a Helm chart in Pulumi’s Kubernetes provider.
    2. Specify necessary chart details like chart name, version, repository, and any custom values you want to provide. In this case, it’s the mlflow-helm-chart.
    3. Ensure you have Kubernetes configured correctly (e.g., kubeconfig file) for Pulumi to communicate with your cluster.

    Here is a detailed TypeScript program that deploys the mlflow-helm-chart:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // This example assumes you have a Kubernetes cluster up and running. // Create a new instance of the `mlflow-helm-chart` chart. const mlflowChart = new k8s.helm.v3.Chart("mlflow-helm-chart", { // Specify the chart repository. repo: "your-helm-chart-repository", // Replace with the actual Helm chart repository hosting the mlflow chart. // Provide the name of the chart. chart: "mlflow", // This may change according to the chart name in the repository, make sure to use the correct name. // Optionally, specify the chart version you want to deploy, // If version is not specified, the latest version will be deployed. version: "1.0.0", // Use the chart version you need. // If needed, you can override the default configuration values the chart provide. // For example, setting a specific MLflow server name or PersistentVolumeClaims settings. // Provide those values as an object, as shown below. values: { // Replace these with actual configurations relevant to the chart serviceType: "ClusterIP", ingress: { enabled: false, // Set up ingress rules here if enabled }, backendStore: { postgresql: { enabled: true, // Configure postgresql settings here } }, // Additional configurable values... }, // Define which namespace the `mlflow-helm-chart` should be deployed in. If not provided, default namespace is used. namespace: "mlflow-namespace" // Replace with your namespace or remove if using default. }); // Export the resources created. export const chartName = mlflowChart.metadata.apply(meta => meta.name); export const chartStatus = mlflowChart.status.apply(status => status);

    Make sure you replace placeholders like your-helm-chart-repository with actual repository sources, and adjust the values section to match the desired configuration of your MLflow instance. The example above contains placeholders that would not work unless replaced with actual values pertaining to your deployment scenario.

    To run the code above, ensure you have Pulumi installed along with the necessary Kubernetes configuration to access your cluster (such as a properly set up KUBECONFIG environment variable or a kubeconfig file). Save the code into a file with a .ts extension, and run pulumi up to deploy the Helm chart to the configured Kubernetes cluster.

    The export statements at the end of the program are very useful for retrieving information about the deployed resources after the Pulumi deployment is completed. These values can be accessed via the Pulumi CLI after the deployment, and they can help you to track resources deployed by your program.