In this video, learn how to verify whether or not nginx-ingress has been properly installed via Helm.
(gentle music) … - [Instructor] Lets see how to install … the metric server helm chart in a Kubernetes cluster. … First, I'm going to create the challenge namespace … with the command kubectl create ns challenge. … Next I'll get the installation commands I need … from the Helm Hub. … I've searched for metric server … and I'm going to use the chart hosted by Bitnami. … Now I'm going to scroll down … to the header, installing the chart. … And I'm going to skip the first command … because we've already got the Bitnami repo installed. … I'm going to copy this installation command … but we'll need to make some changes. … First, the release name we want is challenge-metrics-server. … Next we want to pass in the flag … that lets metric server enable the metrics API … with --set apiService.create=true. … Finally, we want to install this chart … in the challenge namespace. … So let's add that to the end. … Let's run it. … I see a message here that says, … please be patient while the chart is being deployed. …
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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