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

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  • When to start adopting helm?
    1 project | /r/kubernetes | 17 Feb 2023
    If you are just starting out and decide to go with writing your own Helm Charts I'd like to suggest our HULL Helm Library Chart for that purpose.
  • Getting Started with Helm
    2 projects | /r/kubernetes | 10 Nov 2022
    With HULL we have proposed an alternative yet Helm based solution a year ago which that tries to do it upside down by first giving you a documented Kubernetes API style full access to each objects configuration. Only on top of that it provides you further advanced options to (re)introduce abstraction into the mix - only if you need them and they actually improve your configuration. Everything takes place in the values.yaml so there is no digging around in the templates folder and everything is in view.
  • HULL Tutorial 01: Introducing HULL, the Helm Universal Layer Library
    5 projects | | 31 May 2022
    The HULL library Helm chart provides a single common interface to specifying Kubernetes objects within Helm Charts. The interface itself is based on the Kubernetes API schema itself which is integrated as a JSON schema in the HULL chart. Since all objects are defined directly in the values.yaml under the hull key there is no need to create and maintain custom template files when creating objects with HULL, everything happens in the values.yaml.
  • HULL Tutorial 02: Setting up a Helm Chart based on HULL
    3 projects | | 31 May 2022
    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.
  • HULL Tutorial 03: Integrating ConfigMaps and Secrets
    2 projects | | 31 May 2022
    As a reminder, the goal of this tutorial series is to demonstrate how to build Helm charts based on the HULL library chart by recreating the functionality of the original kubernetes-dashboard Helm chart with a HULL based chart from scratch. When you have followed the previous part of this tutorial on setting up a HULL base chart you have created a for now unconfigured Helm chart named kubernetes-dashboard-hull in the 02_setup subfolder of your working directory (we assume that's ~/kubernetes-dashboard-hull here). You can alternatively download the current chart state here and continue from there. Also you should have checked out and extracted the kubernetes-dashboard Helm chart to kubernetes-dashboard in your working directory because examining it will be frequently required.
  • HULL Tutorial 07: Configuring Advanced Objects
    1 project | | 31 May 2022
    the ability to specify any CustomResource as a customresource object instance. For CustomResources you additionally need to specify the kind and apiVersion besides the free form spec of your object.
  • Why is Helm considered best practice?
    3 projects | /r/kubernetes | 15 May 2022
    We have built a Helm Library chart named HULL, it provides amongst other features full access to all defined objects and their properties at creation and deployment time. Think of it as an API to specify Kubernetes objects directly in a Helm charts values.yaml. If there is some functionality you want to add or use in a particular scenario you can just configure it and the Kubernetes objects are as you actually want them to be - every aspect can always be tuned at deploy time if needed without you having to get back to the chart creator via PRs, hack the chart or similar methods. All doable with Helm and the HULL library chart, no other tooling required!
  • Grafana Labs' Tanka is Awesome.
    4 projects | /r/kubernetes | 3 Apr 2022
    We actually proposed an alternative way to solve the problem if you are Helm with our Helm library chart HULL.
  • Does anybody else find Helm charts pretty useless?
    5 projects | /r/kubernetes | 19 Jan 2022
    It may be worthwhile to look at the recently added examles, these are more advanced chart values.yamls from products we are deploying this way. You can see it can be pretty concise to define your applications structure with HULL in comparison.
  • values.schema.json ignored for values referenced in configmaps? (Helm 3)
    1 project | /r/kubernetes | 16 Sep 2021
    Downsides to this is that you would have to write out the full content of your config in the values.yaml and cannot use the templating capabilities any further. Within the values.yaml no templating is allowed (unless you base your chart on this library chart we have created ;) which may be a more advanced topic if you just got started)
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vidispine/hull is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of hull is Python.

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