HULL Tutorial 02: Setting up a Helm Chart based on HULL

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  • hull

    The incredible HULL - Helm Uniform Layer Library - is a Helm library chart to improve Helm chart based workflows (by vidispine)

    Good, now proceed by creating a new empty HULL based Helm chart. The steps are documented here but you will create it from scratch here to understand what is needed.

  • dashboard

    General-purpose web UI for Kubernetes clusters

    echo 'apiVersion: v2 appVersion: 2.5.0 dependencies: - condition: metrics-server.enabled name: metrics-server repository: https://kubernetes-sigs.github.io/metrics-server/ version: 3.5.0 - name: hull version: "1.23.3" repository: "https://vidispine.github.io/hull" description: General-purpose web UI for Kubernetes clusters home: https://github.com/kubernetes/dashboard icon: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/master/logo/logo.svg keywords: - kubernetes - dashboard kubeVersion: ">=1.21.0-0" maintainers: - email: [email protected] name: desaintmartin name: kubernetes-dashboard sources: - https://github.com/kubernetes/dashboard version: 5.2.0' > Chart.yaml

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  • hull-tutorials

    That's it for Part 2, Part 3 looks at ConfigMaps and Secrets and you will add your first custom objects to the kubernetes-dashboard-hull Helm chart! You can check out the complete code created so far as the outcome of this Part 2 here.

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