#helmfile (2024-07)

https://github.com/helmfile/helmfile

Questions and discussion around helmfile https://github.com/roboll/helmfile and https://github.com/cloudposse/helmfiles

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2024-07-01

forswearbeetle avatar
forswearbeetle

Hello, I created article integrating ory product with my K8S cluster and istio using helmfile, I would appreciate your feedback https://hamzabouissi.github.io/posts/guardians_of_hell/

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Introduction It’s been a nearly 3 months on my journey of learning kubernetes,…. One day I came across an architecture of AWS that includes AWS Cognito and ECS, if you have worked with AWS before, you would know that Cognito is a hosted authentication service which handles OAuth2/OIDC for you, To put it in a simpler way, it handles authentication and authorization to your AWS resources and provides different techniques to authenticate variying from Github, Google, etc.

Zachary Loeber avatar
Zachary Loeber

Maybe include a link to the github project at the start somewhere as well as at the very end. Fun read either way. Vetting out the project first is something I do frequently, thanks for sharing your experiences with this stuff. The identity realm feels less frequently covered as well.

Guardians of hell: hydra kratos oathkeeperattachment image

Introduction It’s been a nearly 3 months on my journey of learning kubernetes,…. One day I came across an architecture of AWS that includes AWS Cognito and ECS, if you have worked with AWS before, you would know that Cognito is a hosted authentication service which handles OAuth2/OIDC for you, To put it in a simpler way, it handles authentication and authorization to your AWS resources and provides different techniques to authenticate variying from Github, Google, etc.

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forswearbeetle

you can find the github link at the end

forswearbeetle avatar
forswearbeetle

thanks for your feedback

2024-07-02

RickA avatar

I’ve got a dependent chart with a helper file with:

{{- define "dep.environment" -}}
{{ (.Values.common | default (dict "envName" "DEFAULT")).envName }}
{{- end -}}

Which works super as long as .Values.common.envName has a value. I can’t figure out a config that works when it doesn’t have a value. The default never kicks in.

Have tried dig, and ((.Values.common).envName) | default "default") and a few other methods. In fact the example with default I just listed works if I move it into the deploy directly instead of the dependent chart. So what format works properly in a dependent chart, if any?

RickA avatar

Figured out it was user error. Test environment had tgz files that I didn’t take notice of. So all my testing was falling flat. Sigh @ me.

2024-07-09

2024-07-11

Jason avatar

Hey I recently wrote this blog post on how painful it was to write a Helm Deployment and Kubernetes Objects using Go: https://theclouddude.co.uk/the-painful-journey-of-deploying-a-helm-chart-to-kubernetes-with-go

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Here, I describe the pain of trying to deploy a helm chart to Kubernetes using Go.

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2024-07-17

Apacuka avatar
Apacuka

Is there a way I can build a variable inside release scope before rendering it? Or create some kind of self-reference?

yxxhero avatar
yxxhero

could you post a issue in github>

2024-07-21

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