Keep up with Helm by regularly visiting the Helm GitHub organization, the CNCF announcements page, and the Helm docs.
- [Kim] Thank you for exploring Helm with me. … Using Helm is a sign that you're getting serious … about using your Kubernetes cluster … for deploying and managing a plethora … of production-grade applications and microservices. … And that's exciting. … Helm is an open source project … that is actively under development … and new versions are released frequently. … To keep up with what's new, … I recommend following the Helm organization on GitHub, … as well as any announcements about Helm … from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, or CNCF. … To dive more deeply into Helm's capabilities, … I suggest looking at the Helm docs, … especially the sections on custom resource definitions … and our back role-based access control. … Finally, I hope this course has inspired you … to consider using Helm at your organization. … Happy Helming. … …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction and Installation
2. Install and Configure a Chart from Helm Hub
3. Deploy an Application Using Helm
Rollback a Helm release1m 58s
4. Advanced Features
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