Terraform enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve infrastructure. It is an open source tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared amongst team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned.
Initializing modules... (...) - module1 in ../../modules/module1 - module2 in ../../modules/module2 Initializing the backend... Successfully configured the backend "azurerm"! Terraform will automatically use this backend unless the backend configuration changes. Initializing provider plugins... - Reusing previous version of hashicorp/kubernetes from the dependency lock file - Reusing previous version of hashicorp/azuread from the dependency lock file - Reusing previous version of hashicorp/azurerm from the dependency lock file - Reusing previous version of hashicorp/helm from the dependency lock file - Installing hashicorp/helm v2.5.1... - Installed hashicorp/helm v2.5.1 (signed by HashiCorp) - Installing hashicorp/kubernetes v2.10.0... - Installed hashicorp/kubernetes v2.10.0 (signed by HashiCorp) - Installing hashicorp/azuread v2.23.0... - Installed hashicorp/azuread v2.23.0 (signed by HashiCorp) - Installing hashicorp/azurerm v3.10.0... - Installed hashicorp/azurerm v3.10.0 (signed by HashiCorp) Partner and community providers are signed by their developers. If you'd like to know more about provider signing, you can read about it here: https://www.terraform.io/docs/cli/plugins/signing.html Terraform has been successfully initialized! You may now begin working with Terraform. Try running "terraform plan" to see any changes that are required for your infrastructure. All Terraform commands should now work. If you ever set or change modules or backend configuration for Terraform, rerun this command to reinitialize your working directory. If you forget, other commands will detect it and remind you to do so if necessary.
Semantic Versioning Specification
apiVersion: v2 name: example description: A Helm chart for Kubernetes # A chart can be either an 'application' or a 'library' chart. # # Application charts are a collection of templates that can be packaged into versioned archives # to be deployed. # # Library charts provide useful utilities or functions for the chart developer. They're included as # a dependency of application charts to inject those utilities and functions into the rendering # pipeline. Library charts do not define any templates and therefore cannot be deployed. type: application # This is the chart version. This version number should be incremented each time you make changes # to the chart and its templates, including the app version. # Versions are expected to follow Semantic Versioning (https://semver.org/) version: 0.1.0 # This is the version number of the application being deployed. This version number should be # incremented each time you make changes to the application. Versions are not expected to # follow Semantic Versioning. They should reflect the version the application is using. # It is recommended to use it with quotes. appVersion: "1.16.0"
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The Kubernetes Package Manager
Helm is a package manager tool that helps you manage Kubernetes applications. Helm makes use of Helm Charts to define, install, and upgrade Kubernetes application.
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