In order to complete this course, you must have set up a Kubernetes cluster and be able to use basic kubectl commands.
- [Kim] Before we begin, let's review what you need to know to be able to work through this course. First, you'll need a high-level understanding of Kubernetes and how deployments, services, config maps and pods work. Second, you'll need access to a Kubernetes cluster where you can run the Kube control commands Kube control get and Kube control describe. Third, you'll need to be able to use the Unix commands make directory, change directory and move. Finally, you'll need a text editor to look at the Helm charts we'll generate in this course. If you've got even a little experience with Kubernetes, you can gain a lot by learning Helm. And there's no need for you to be an expert, so let's get started.
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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