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Published: May 15, 2018
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2020
Oct 2020
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Helm 是用于 Kubernetes 的包管理器。它附带一个专为 Kubernetes 应用甄选过的仓库,维护于Charts 的官方库中。之前我们提到过 Helm,现在 Helm 3已经发布,其中最显著的变化是 Helm 2的服务器端组件 Tiller 的移除。去掉 Tiller 的设计好处在于,你只能从客户端对 Kubernetes 集群作出修改,也就是说,你只能依据作为 Helm 命令行用户的权限来修改集群。我们已经在许多客户项目中使用了 Helm,它的依赖管理、模板以及钩子机制都极大简化了 Kubernetes 的应用生命周期管理。

Apr 2019
试验?

Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes. It comes with a repository of curated Kubernetes applications that are maintained in the official Charts repository. Helm has two components: a command line utility called Helm and a cluster component called Tiller. Securing a Kubernetes cluster is a wide and nuanced topic, but we highly recommend setting up Tiller in a role-based access control (RBAC) environment. We've used Helm in a number of client projects and its dependency management, templating and hook mechanism has greatly simplified the application lifecycle management in Kubernetes. However, we recommend proceeding with caution — Helm's YAML templating can be difficult to understand, and Tiller still has some rough edges. Helm 3 is expected to address these issues.

May 2018
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Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes. The set of Kubernetes resources that together define an application is packaged as charts. These charts can describe a single resource, such as a Redis pod, or a full stack of a web application: HTTP servers, databases and caches. Helm, by default, comes with a repository of curated Kubernetes applications that are maintained in the official charts repository. It’s also easy to set up a private chart repository for internal usage. Helm has two components: a command line utility called Helm and a cluster component called Tiller. Securing a Kubernetes cluster is a wide and nuanced topic, but we highly recommend setting up Tiller in a role-based access control (RBAC) environment. We’ve used Helm in a number of client projects and it’s dependency management, templating and hook mechanism has greatly simplified the application lifecycle management in Kubernetes.