incubator/rundeck

Chart version: 0.3.4
Api version: v1
App version: 3.2.7
A Rundeck chart for Kubernetes
application
Chart Type
Active
Status
Unknown
License
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https://kubernetes-charts-incubator.storage.googleapis.com
Set me up:
helm repo add center https://repo.chartcenter.io
Install Chart:
helm install rundeck center/incubator/rundeck
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Rundeck Community Helm Chart

Rundeck lets you turn your operations procedures into self-service jobs. Safely give others the control and visibility they need. Read more about Rundeck at https://www.rundeck.com/open-source.

Install

helm repo add incubator http://storage.googleapis.com/kubernetes-charts-incubator
helm install incubator/rundeck

Configuration

The following configurations may be set. It is recommended to use values.yaml for overwriting the Rundeck config.

Parameter Description Default
deployment.replicaCount How many replicas to run. Rundeck can really only work with one. 1
deployment.annotations You can pass annotations inside deployment.spec.template.metadata.annotations. Useful for KIAM/Kube2IAM and others for example. {}
deployment.strategy Sets the K8s rollout strategy for the Rundeck deployment { type: RollingUpdate }
image.repository Name of the image to run, without the tag. rundeck/rundeck
image.tag The image tag to use. 3.2.7
image.pullPolicy The kubernetes image pull policy. IfNotPresent
image.pullSecrets The kubernetes secret to pull the image from a private registry. None
service.type The kubernetes service type to use. ClusterIP
service.port The tcp port the service should listen on. 80
ingress Any ingress rules to apply. None
resources Any resource constraints to apply. None
rundeck.adminUser The config to set up the admin user that should be placed at the realm.properties file. “admin:admin,user,admin,architect,deploy,build”
rundeck.env The rundeck environment variables that you would want to set Default variables provided in docker file
rundeck.envSecret Name of secret containing environment variables to add to the Rundeck deployment ””
rundeck.sshSecrets A reference to the Kubernetes Secret that contains the ssh keys. ””
rundeck.awsConfigSecret Name of secret to mount under the ~/.aws/ directory. Useful when AWS IRSA is not an option. ””
rundeck.kubeConfigSecret Name of secret to mount under the ~/.kube/ directory. Useful when Rundeck needs configuration for multiple K8s clusters. ””
rundeck.extraConfigSecret Name of secret containing additional files to mount at ~/extra/. Can be useful for working with RUNDECK_TOKENS_FILE configuration ””
nginxConfOverride An optional multi-line value that can replace the default nginx.conf. ””
persistence.enabled Whether or not to attach persistent storage to the Rundeck pod false
persistence.claim.create Whether the helm chart should create a persistent volume claim. See the values.yaml for more claim options false
persistence.awsVolumeId A Volume ID from a pre-existent AWS EBS volume to persist Rundeck data from /home/rundeck/server/data path. None
persistence.existingClaim Name of an existing volume claim None
serviceAccount.create Set to true to create a service account for the Rundeck pod false
serviceAccount.annotations A map of annotations to attach to the service account (eg: AWS IRSA) {}
serviceAccount.name Name of the service account the Rundeck pod should use ””
volumes volumes made available to all containers ””
volumeMounts volumeMounts to add to the rundeck container ””
initContainers can be used to download plugins or customise your rundeck installation ””
sideCars can be used to run additional containers in the pod ””

AWS & K8s Permissions

If Rundeck jobs need access to the AWS or Kubernetes APIs this chart provides a couple options.

AWS IRSA

If running Rundeck in AWS on EKS, AWS IRSA can be used to grant Rundeck IAM permissions by adding the appropriate annotation at serviceAccount.annotations (see ./values.yaml for example). This can also be used to grant access to other EKS K8s APIs by adding the proper role bindings in those clusters that reference the IAM user.

AWS & K8s

The rundeck.awsConfigSecret and rundeck.kubeConfigSecret keys allow for mounting additional configuration for AWS and Kubernetes tools and SDKs. The secrets are mounted into their respective configuration directories under the Rundeck users’s home directory.

For example, you can create a secret containing kubeconfig file content that can be used to configure authentication to another remote cluster via the AWS IAM authenticator. Combine this with an AWS IRSA annotation on the Rundeck service account and you can configure Rundeck to auth to multiple EKS clusters’ APIs accross multiple AWS accounts without ever needing to manage AWS IAM API keys or K8s credentials.

apiVersion: v1
kind: Secret
type: Opaque
metadata:
  name: rundeck-kube-config
  namespace: rundeck
stringData:
  config: |-
    apiVersion: v1
    kind: Config
    clusters:
    - cluster:
        certificate-authority-data: LS0tLS1CRUdJ[YOUR_CLUSTER_CA_INFO]tLQo=
        server: https://[your_eks_server_id].sk1.us-west-2.eks.amazonaws.com
    name: staging
    contexts:
    - context:
        cluster: staging
        user: admin
        namespace: default
    name: stating
    current-context: staging
    preferences: {}
    users:
    - name: admin
    user:
        exec:
        apiVersion: client.authentication.k8s.io/v1alpha1
        args:
        - token
        - -i
        - staging
        command: aws-iam-authenticator

Note that the Rundeck Docker image does not currently include the Kubernetes plugin nor the aws-iam-authenticator, kubectl, and aws command line tools. All of these may be added to the Rundeck image by extending the Dockerfile with additional install steps.

An example Dockerfile that adds the Rundeck k8s module and needed CLI tools:

ARG RUNDECK_IMAGE
FROM ${RUNDECK_IMAGE:-rundeck/rundeck:3.2.6-20200427}

# Kubernetes support
USER root
RUN apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y apt-transport-https gnupg2
RUN curl -s https://packages.cloud.google.com/apt/doc/apt-key.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
RUN echo "deb https://apt.kubernetes.io/ kubernetes-xenial main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/kubernetes.list
RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \
  kubectl \
  apt-transport-https \
  gnupg2 \
  python3-pip \
  awscli \
  && rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/*
RUN pip3 install kubernetes requests==2.22.0
RUN ln -s /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python

# Install aws-iam-authenticator
RUN curl -o aws-iam-authenticator \
  https://amazon-eks.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/1.16.8/2020-04-16/bin/linux/amd64/aws-iam-authenticator && \
  chmod +x ./aws-iam-authenticator && \
  mv aws-iam-authenticator /usr/local/bin

USER rundeck
ADD --chown=rundeck:root https://github.com/rundeck-plugins/kubernetes/releases/download/1.0.15/kubernetes-plugin-1.0.15.zip ./libext/