Release TiDB to the App Store — TiDB on KubeSphere: Release a Cloud-Native Distributed Database to the KubeSphere App Store. KubeSphere, an open-source, distributed operating system with Kubernetes as its kernel, helps you manage cloud-native applications on a GUI container platform.
KubeSphere, an open-source, distributed operating system with Kubernetes as its kernel, helps you manage cloud-native applications on a GUI container platform. TiDB is an open-source, cloud-native database that runs smoothly on Kubernetes.
In my last blog post, I talked about how to deploy TiDB on KubeSphere. If you want TiDB to be available to tenants across the workspace, you can release the TiDB app to the KubeSphere public repository, also known as the KubeSphere App Store. In this way, all tenants can easily deploy TiDB in their project, without having to repeat the same steps.
In this article, I will walk you through how to deploy TiDB on KubeSphere by app templates and release TiDB to the App Store.
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