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k8sapp - Application template that satisfies the Kubernetes requirements (Golang)

  •    Go

A sample application that meets the requirements for successful execution in Kubernetes. Kubernetes application must have two health checks for successful execution of the application. Integrated methods help correctly responding to Kubernetes queries.

helm-certgen - Helm plugin for generation of TLS certificates

  •    Go

This repository is for certgen plugin for Kubernetes Helm CLI. This plugin enables TLS certificate generation for helm charts. To use the helm-certgen plugin, the helm charts should have a cert.yaml file which outlines the requirements for certificates (the CSR details, alias names etc.,). The plugin will use these information to generate the certificates and place them as a Kubernetes secret in the appropriate namespace.

common-chart - A base Helm chart with shared definitions

  •    Smarty

One little-know feature of Helm charts is the ability to share chart definitions among all templates in a chart, including any of the subchart templates. The common chart is a chart that defines commonly used Chart primitives that can be used in all of your charts.

vscode-helm - Helm Visual Studio Code extension for chart developers

  •    TypeScript

It has all of the features of this plugin, plus many more, and will be kept up-to-date. This Visual Studio Code extension provides Kubernetes Helm chart developers with a set of tools for creating and testing charts.

helm-secrets - A helm plugin that help manage secrets with Git workflow and store them anywhere

  •    Shell

Developed and used in all environments in BaseCRM. We store secrets and values in helm_vars dir structure just like in this repository example dir. All this data versioned in GIT. Working in teams on multiple projects/regions/envs and multiple secrets files at once. We have Makefile in our Helm charts repo to simplify install helm-secrets plugin with helm and other stuff we use. Same Makefile used to rebuild all helm charts with dependencies and some other everyday helpers. Encrypting, Decrypting, Editing secrets on local clones, making #PR's and storing this in our helm charts repo encrypted with PGP, AWS KMS and GCP KMS. Deploying using helm-wrapper from local or from CI with same charts and secrets/values from GIT repository.

helmet - Helmet is a easy to use Helm repository

  •    Go

Helmet is simple and easy to use Helm(https://helm.sh) repository, useful when you want to setup a private Helm repository and be able to easy upload new helm charts. Typically deployed to the same Kubernetes cluster in which you want to deploy helm charts into. Example of uploading a chart to a locally running Helmet.

helmsman - A Helm Charts as Code tool.

  •    Go

Helmsman is a Helm Charts (k8s applications) as Code tool which allows you to automate the deployment/management of your Helm charts from version controlled code. Helmsman uses a simple declarative TOML file to allow you to describe a desired state for your k8s applications as in the example file.

charts - The IBM/charts repository provides helm charts for IBM and Third Party middleware.

  •    Smarty

The IBM/charts repository provides helm charts provided by IBM. To access the kubernetes apiserver, you will need an authorization token and the kubectl as the access client. In IBM® Cloud private®, authorization tokens can be requested via the dashboard or the REST API.

helm-elasticstack - Kubernetes Helm Charts and Tools to run Elastic Stack(ELK) on Azure Container Service(AKS)

  •    Go

These Helm charts bootstrap a production ready Elastic Stack service on a Kubernetes cluster managed by Azure Container Service (AKS) and other Azure services. A few Azure resources need to be provisioned before proceeding with the Helm charts installation.

polyaxon-chart - Helm charts for creating reproducible and maintainable deployments of Polyaxon with Kubernetes

  •    Smarty

Helm charts for creating reproducible and maintainable deployments of Polyaxon with Kubernetes. This chart bootstraps a Polyaxon deployment on a Kubernetes cluster using the Helm package manager.

banzai-charts - Curated list of Banzai Cloud Helm charts used by the Pipeline Platform

  •    Smarty

At Banzai Cloud we use Helm as our package manager to deploy Kubernetes applications. This is a collection of curated Banzai Cloud Helm charts being part of our PaaS, Pipeline. Helm has some requirements for testing charts which can be cumbersome or requires resources developers might not have on their laptop. We have automated testing of Helm charts from a feature branch.

helm-elasticsearch - An Elasticsearch cluster on top of Kubernetes, made easier, with Helm.

  •    Smarty

An Elasticsearch cluster on top of Kubernetes, made easier. A Helm chart that essentially lifts-and-shifts the core manifests in the pires/kubernetes-elasticsearch-cluster project.

helm - Repository for Portworx Helm assets

  •    Smarty

Portworx is a software defined persistent storage solution designed and purpose built for applications deployed as containers, via container orchestrators such as Kubernetes, Marathon and Swarm. It is a clustered block storage solution and provides a Cloud-Native layer from which containerized stateful applications programmatically consume block, file and object storage services directly through the scheduler. The specification and code is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license found in the LICENSE file of this repository.

helm-chart - A store of Helm chart tarballs for deploying JupyterHub and BinderHub on a Kubernetes cluster


This repository stores Helm chart tarballs for BinderHub and JupyterHub. While this repo is a store of Helm chart tarballs, actual development of the Helm charts takes place in the BinderHub and Zero to JupyterHub repos. These Helm charts are used with Kubernetes deployments of BinderHub and JupyterHub. The gh-pages branch of this repo contains the latest helm charts for BinderHub and JupyterHub. It also contains historical charts as well.

helm-min-starter - A minimal Helm starter


This is a minimal starter for Helm. To install it, clone this repository into $(helm home)/starters/min. To use this, run helm create --starter min myChart.

helm-github-pages - Publish your Kubernetes Helm Charts on GitHub Pages

  •    Shell

You can publish your Kubernetes Helm charts on GitHub Pages. Make sure that gh-pages branch of the repository is published on GitHub Pages.

helm-web-api - Enabling applications in your Kubernetes cluster to programmatically install helm charts and expose them through a single public facing IP

  •    Javascript

Helm charts deployer: let developers install, delete and upgrade helm charts from inside the cluster, using a simple REST API. Ingress rule setter: expose installed helm charts to the internet, via a single IP.

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