In Helm, the values.yaml file provides the default config for a chart. In this video, discover what is in the boilerplate file and learn how to decide to make changes.
- The helm create command … generates a values.yaml file … with lots of defaults, … like the chart.yaml file. … The values file is a built-in object in helm, … which means that the values in these files … can automatically be templated … using the template directive syntax. … The opening and closing set of curly braces … with the name of the file … followed by the key of the key value pair … you want to access. … What's generated for us in the values.yaml file. … Let's open it with our text editor and find out. … First thing we see are some comments … telling us this file is written in YAML. … These are the default values for my helm release. … And this is where you declare variables … that are passed to any files … you have stored in the templates directory. … Next, we see some configuration values for pods. … How many pod replicas you would like … and information about the pods image. … If we scroll down, … we see some security context options, … as well as resource requests and limits, …
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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