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Readme

Helm Resource for Concourse

Deploy to Kubernetes Helm from Concourse.

Installing

Add the resource type to your pipeline:

resource_types:
- name: helm
  type: docker-image
  source:
    repository: linkyard/concourse-helm-resource

Source Configuration

  • cluster_url: Optional. URL to Kubernetes Master API service. Do not set when using the kubeconfig_path parameter, otherwise required.
  • cluster_ca: Optional. Base64 encoded PEM. Required if cluster_url is https.
  • token: Optional. Bearer token for Kubernetes. This, 'token_path' or admin_key/admin_cert are required if cluster_url is https.
  • token_path: Optional. Path to file containing the bearer token for Kubernetes. This, 'token' or admin_key/admin_cert are required if cluster_url is https.
  • admin_key: Optional. Base64 encoded PEM. Required if cluster_url is https and no token or 'token_path' is provided.
  • admin_cert: Optional. Base64 encoded PEM. Required if cluster_url is https and no token or 'token_path' is provided.
  • release: Optional. Name of the release (not a file, a string). (Default: autogenerated by helm)
  • namespace: Optional. Kubernetes namespace the chart will be installed into. (Default: default)
  • tillerless: Optional. Set to true to use tiller-less mode (Default: false). See https://rimusz.net/tillerless-helm/.
  • helm_init_server: Optional. Installs helm into the cluster if not already installed. (Default: false). Not supported when using tillerless.
  • tiller_namespace: Optional. Kubernetes namespace where tiller is running (or will be installed to). (Default: kube-system)
  • tiller_cert: Optional Certificate for Tiller (only applies if tls_enabled and helm_init_server are true).
  • tiller_key: Optional Key created for Tiller when doing a secure Tiller install (only applies if tls_enabled and helm_init_server are true).
  • tiller_service_account: Optional Name of the service account that tiller will use (only applies if helm_init_server is true).
  • helm_ca: Optional Private CA that is used to issue certificates for Tiller clients and servers (only applies if tls_enabled is true).
  • helm_cert: Optional Certificate for Client (only applies if tls_enabled is true).
  • helm_key: Optional Key created for Client when doing a secure Tiller install (only applies if tls_enabled is true).
  • tls_enabled: Optional Uses TLS for all interactions with Tiller. (Default: false). Not supported when using tillerless.
  • helm_history_max: Optional. Limits the maximum number of revisions. (Default: 0 = no limit)
  • helm_host: Optional Address of Tiller. Skips helm discovery process. (only applies if helm_init_server is false).
  • repos: Optional. Array of Helm repositories to initialize, each repository is defined as an object with properties name, url (required) username and password (optional).
  • plugins: Optional. Array of Helm plugins to install, each defined as an object with properties url (required), version (optional).
  • stable_repo: Optional Override default Helm stable repo https://kubernetes-charts.storage.googleapis.com. Useful if running helm deploys without internet access.
  • kubeconfig_namespace: Optional. Use the kubeconfig context namespace as the helm namespace. (Default: false)
  • kubeconfig_tiller_namespace: Optional. Use the kubeconfig context namespace as the tiller namespace. (Default: false)
  • tracing_enabled: Optional. Enable extremely verbose tracing for this resource. Useful when developing the resource itself. May allow secrets to be displayed. (Default: false)
  • helm_init_wait: Optional. When initializing the helm server, use the --wait option. (Default: false)
  • helm_setup_purge_all: Optional. Delete and purge every helm release. Use with extreme caution. (Default: false)

Behavior

check: Check for new releases

Any new revisions to the release are returned, no matter their current state. The release and cluster url must be specified in the source for check to work.

in: Not Supported

out: Deploy the helm chart

Deploys a Helm chart onto the Kubernetes cluster. Tiller must be already installed on the cluster.

Parameters

  • chart: Required. Either the file containing the helm chart to deploy (ends with .tgz) or the name of the chart (e.g. stable/mysql).
  • namespace: Optional. Either a file containing the name of the namespace or the name of the namespace. (Default: taken from source configuration).
  • release: Optional. Either a file containing the name of the release or the name of the release. (Default: taken from source configuration).
  • values: Optional. File containing the values.yaml for the deployment. Supports setting multiple value files using an array.
  • override_values: Optional. Array of values that can override those defined in values.yaml. Each entry in the array is a map containing a key and a value or path. Value is set directly while path reads the contents of the file in that path. A hide: true parameter ensures that the value is not logged and instead replaced with ***HIDDEN***. A type: string parameter makes sure Helm always treats the value as a string (uses the --set-string option to Helm; useful if the value varies and may look like a number, eg. if it's a Git commit hash).
  • token_path: Optional. Path to file containing the bearer token for Kubernetes. This, 'token' or admin_key/admin_cert are required if cluster_url is https.
  • version: Optional Chart version to deploy, can be a file or a value. Only applies if chart is not a file.
  • delete: Optional. Deletes the release instead of installing it. Requires the name. (Default: false)
  • test: Optional. Test the release instead of installing it. Requires the release. (Default: false)
  • purge: Optional. Purge the release on delete. (Default: false)
  • replace: Optional. Replace deleted release with same name. (Default: false)
  • force: Optional. Force resource update through delete/recreate if needed. (Default: false)
  • devel: Optional. Allow development versions of chart to be installed. This is useful when wanting to install pre-release charts (i.e. 1.0.2-rc1) without having to specify a version. (Default: false)
  • debug: Optional. Dry run the helm install with the debug flag which logs interpolated chart templates. (Default: false)
  • wait_until_ready: Optional. Set to the number of seconds it should wait until all the resources in the chart are ready. (Default: 0 which means don't wait).
  • check_is_ready: Optional. Requires that wait_until_ready is set to Default. Applies --wait without timeout. (Default: false)
  • recreate_pods: Optional. This flag will cause all pods to be recreated when upgrading. (Default: false)
  • show_diff: Optional. Show the diff that is applied if upgrading an existing successful release. Will not be used when devel is set. (Default: false)
  • exit_after_diff: Optional. Show the diff but don't actually install/upgrade. (Default: false)
  • reuse_values: Optional. When upgrading, reuse the last release's values. (Default: false)
  • wait: Optional. Allows deploy task to sleep for X seconds before continuing to next task. Allows pods to restart and become stable, useful where dependency between pods exists. (Default: 0)
  • kubeconfig_path: Optional. File containing a kubeconfig. Overrides source configuration for cluster, token, and admin config.

Example

Out

Define the resource:

resources:
- name: myapp-helm
  type: helm
  source:
    cluster_url: https://kube-master.domain.example
    cluster_ca: _base64 encoded CA pem_
    admin_key: _base64 encoded key pem_
    admin_cert: _base64 encoded certificate pem_
    repos:
      - name: some_repo
        url: https://somerepo.github.io/charts

Add to job:

jobs:
  # ...
  plan:
  - put: myapp-helm
    params:
      chart: source-repo/chart-0.0.1.tgz
      values: source-repo/values.yaml
      override_values:
      - key: replicas
        value: 2
      - key: version
        path: version/number # Read value from version/number
      - key: secret
        value: ((my-top-secret-value)) # Pulled from a credentials backend like Vault
        hide: true # Hides value in output
      - key: image.tag
        path: version/image_tag # Read value from version/number
        type: string            # Make sure it's interpreted as a string by Helm (not a number)