Simplifying Kubernetes deployment by reducing complexity and redundancy.

Over the years, Kubernetes has become one of the most loved platforms that developers want to learn. It has been widely adopted by all organisations today. When you run any application on Kubernetes, you must deploy a number of components, including deployment, configmap, secrets, and so on. Each of them requires the creation of a group of manifest files in YAML format. Maintaining numerous manifest files for each of these resources becomes challenging in the setting of complex application deployment.

Creating the manifest files and providing configuration parameters externally might be critical in allowing you to modify deployments. Then there’s a dependency management and versioning to consider.

Enter Helm! 🚢

In 2015, Helm was introduced at the Kubernetes conference, known as KubeCon. Helm plays an important role in automating the installation, configuration, and upgradation of complex microservices applications deployed in Kubernetes.

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