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v3.19.4 published on Tuesday, Jun 21, 2022 by Pulumi

Wordpress Helm Chart Deployed Using Helm Release Resource

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Uses the Helm Release API of @pulumi/kubernetes to deploy v13.0.6 of the Wordpress Helm Chart to a Kubernetes cluster. The Helm Release resource will install the Chart mimicing behavior of the Helm CLI.

wordpress

Running the App

If you haven’t already, follow the steps in Pulumi Installation and Setup and Configuring Pulumi Kubernetes to get set up with Pulumi and Kubernetes.

Now, install dependencies:

yarn install

Create a new stack:

$ pulumi stack init
Enter a stack name: dev

Preview the deployment of the application and the perform the deployment:

pulumi up
Previewing update (dev)

View Live: https://app.pulumi.com/.../ts-helm-release-wordpress/dev/previews/35cee070-ade3-4957-b96d-cff276255813

     Type                              Name                           Plan       
 +   pulumi:pulumi:Stack               ts-helm-release-wordpress-dev  create     
 +   └─ kubernetes:helm.sh/v3:Release  wpdev                          create     
 
Resources:
    + 2 to create

Do you want to perform this update? yes
Updating (dev)

View Live: https://app.pulumi.com/.../ts-helm-release-wordpress/dev/updates/1

     Type                              Name                           Status       
 +   pulumi:pulumi:Stack               ts-helm-release-wordpress-dev  created     
 +   └─ kubernetes:helm.sh/v3:Release  wpdev                          created 
     └─ kubernetes:core/v1:Service     wpdev-wordpress

Outputs:
    frontendIp: "10.96.206.152"
    portForwardCommand: "kubectl port-forward svc/wpdev-vaj5az35-wordpress 8080:80"
Resources:
    + 2 to create

Duration: 1m9s

We can see here in the ---outputs:--- section that Wordpress was allocated a Cluster IP, in this case 10.96.206.152. It is exported with a stack output variable, frontendIp. Since this is a Cluster IP, you will need to port-forward to the service in order to hit the endpoint at http://localhost:8080 by running the port-forward command specified in portForwardCommand.

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When you’re done, you can remove these resources with pulumi destroy:

pulumi destroy --skip-preview
Destroying (dev)

View Live: https://app.pulumi.com/.../ts-helm-release-wordpress/dev/updates/5

     Type                              Name                           Status      
 -   pulumi:pulumi:Stack               ts-helm-release-wordpress-dev  deleted     
 -   └─ kubernetes:helm.sh/v3:Release  wpdev                          deleted     
 
Outputs:
  - frontendIp        : "10.96.206.152"
  - portForwardCommand: "kubectl port-forward svc/wpdev-vaj5az35-wordpress 8080:80"

Resources:
    - 2 deleted

Duration: 16s

The resources in the stack have been deleted, but the history and configuration associated with the stack are still maintained. 
If you want to remove the stack completely, run 'pulumi stack rm dev'.