Helm provides solutions for customizing charts on the fly. In this hands-on lab, we will modify a chart to allow us to access our application on a node port in our cluster. Being able to access the chart values and knowing how to reference those values at install time can be invaluable in making sure the application works as expected in our environment.
Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Create a Release of the Ghost Blog Chart from the cloud_users Home Directory
Using Helm, get the configurable values from the ghost chart located in the
cloud_usershome directory. Release the chart into the default namespace in your Kubernetes cluster. Using the
setdirective, configure the service to type
nodeportwith a port number of
- Verify the Blog Is Available at the Node Port on the Cluster
In a browser, navigate to the public IP address of the primary cluster server with the node port and ensure the ghost blog application loads.