Add a Helm Repository

Learn how to add a Helm repository.

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Right now we’ve got an empty cluster with some default namespaces and a few small Kubernetes objects (ConfigMap, Secret, and so on). This and the following lessons aim to add more objects like Deployment, Services, Secrets, and others. And everything will be done with a single command. So let’s get started!

All information about the installed Helm chart can be found on the official website.

Before running any Helm command, make sure that a cluster is available by checking it with the kubectl command, as follows:

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