Here is an example of an Azure DevOps YAML pipeline that can be used to install kubectl and Helm, connect to an AKS cluster, and deploy an application to the AKS cluster:
# Install kubectl and Helm - task: ShellScript@2 displayName: Install kubectl and Helm inputs: script: | echo "Installing kubectl and Helm" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y kubectl curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/helm/helm/master/scripts/get-helm-3 | bash # Connect to AKS cluster - task: KubernetesManifest@0 displayName: Connect to AKS cluster inputs: action: connect kubernetesServiceConnection: 'myAKSCluster' # Deploy application to AKS cluster - task: HelmDeploy@1 displayName: Deploy to AKS inputs: command: upgrade chartType: file chartPath: chart/ releaseName: my-release namespace: my-namespace
In this example, the pipeline first installs kubectl and Helm using a shell script. Then, it uses the KubernetesManifest task to connect to the AKS cluster specified in the
kubernetesServiceConnection input. Finally, it uses the HelmDeploy task to deploy the application to the AKS cluster using the Helm chart located at the specified
It’s important to note that this is just an example, and the specific implementation may vary depending on the application and its requirements. Additionally, you will need to provide the right service connection to AKS and provide the right path to the Helm chart.
Also, it’s important to keep in mind that you need to have the right permissions and configuration in Azure DevOps and AKS in order to execute the pipeline successfully.