Top 4 Smarty helm-chart Projects
Project mention: Which stacks are complex to install on Kubernetes? | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-06-04
Nope. Written by the good folks at grafana: https://github.com/grafana/helm-charts/tree/main/charts/loki-stack
Kubernetes Helm chart to deploy HA Postgresql cluster based on StolonProject mention: Lessons learned after migrating from Heroku to a Kubernetes cluster | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-02-21
I am using the Stolon Helm chart : https://github.com/lwolf/stolon-chart I was advised on the topic by the consultant I mentioned in the article. I am not 100% confident about managing the database ourselves, but so far so good... and I am very confident in Postgres overall so that balances the matter. Stolon itself seems stable and mature. We tried using Google CloudSQL first (we are hosted on GKE) but we decided against it in the end because our strategy is to be platform-independent and self-contained. Also, we ran into issues related to users, admins and the ability to create extensions (I can't exactly recall what it was, just that it was a bummer).
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Jenkins Infrastructure Helm Charts (by jenkins-infra)Project mention: What's one gotta do in order to get production Kubernetes experience around here? | reddit.com/r/devopsjobs | 2021-06-19
If you are looking for real k8s production experience, you could participate to an open infrastructure project. the Jenkins infrastructure is one of them which mean we try to be as open as open possible in meeting, in doc,and almost every git repository are public. You can start review pull request from https://github.com/jenkins-infra/charts and we automate many many more :) otherwise you could also participate in other open infrastructure project such as the Wikipedia one. Disclaimer: I am the lead infra of the Jenkins infrastructure project so feel free to dm me if you want more information.
The incredible HULLProject mention: Comparison between Helm and Kustomize for Kubernetes yaml management | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2021-07-05
So I am not saying here one is better than the other (that is Helm or Kustomize) but if you want to stick with Helm for the release management features but limit the templating pains and have Kustomize-like features within Helm you can check out the HULL library here. It is fully integrated into Helm in form of a library chart so it comes at no cost of requiring extra tooling to use it.