Each directory and file in the boilerplate Helm chart has a purpose. In this video, learn to identify the purpose of some files and folders.
- [Instructor} We've created a new helm chart template, … and we want to dig into the directories and files … generated by helm. … So let's open the first chart directory … with our text editor. … First, let's take a look at chart.yaml. … There are a handful of pre-populated key value pairs … like apiVersion, name, and description, … a place to specify if the chart is a library chart, … or application chart, as well as a place … to put the chart and application versions. … The chart.yaml file contains high level information … about your chart that can be passed … into the helm templating engine. … The other file at the root of our helm chart directory … is the values.yaml file. … Here, we see lots of key value pairs … that allow us to configure the container … or containers running in a pod. … Some of these fields include the image repository … so that the pod can pull the correct image … for the container, a place to set up a service account, … and a service field that allows you to specify …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction and Installation
2. Install and Configure a Chart from Helm Hub
3. Deploy an Application Using Helm
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