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The Bitnami Library for Kubernetes

Popular applications, provided by Bitnami, ready to launch on Kubernetes using Kubernetes Helm.


$ helm repo add bitnami
$ helm search repo bitnami
$ helm install my-release bitnami/<chart>

Installing a chart

Before you begin

Setup a Kubernetes Cluster

The quickest way to setup a Kubernetes cluster is with Azure Kubernetes Service, AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service or Google Kubernetes Engine using their respective quick-start guides. For setting up Kubernetes on other cloud platforms or bare-metal servers refer to the Kubernetes getting started guide.

Install Helm

Helm is a tool for managing Kubernetes charts. Charts are packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources.

To install Helm, refer to the Helm install guide and ensure that the helm binary is in the PATH of your shell.

Add Repo

The following command allows you to download and install all the charts from this repository:

$ helm repo add bitnami

Using Helm

Once you have installed the Helm client, you can deploy a Bitnami Helm Chart into a Kubernetes cluster.

Please refer to the Quick Start guide if you wish to get running in just a few commands, otherwise the Using Helm Guide provides detailed instructions on how to use the Helm client to manage packages on your Kubernetes cluster.

Useful Helm Client Commands:

  • View available charts: helm search repo
  • Install a chart: helm install my-release bitnami/<package-name>
  • Upgrade your application: helm upgrade


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