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Azure Friday Live - Helm 3: Distributed app package management for Kubernetes

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Recorded live at Build 2019, Ralph Squillace joins Scott Hanselman to talk about Helm 3, the most commonly used distributed application package manager for Kubernetes. Helm enables you to package, store, and deploy Kubernetes-based applications of any type by treating all components as one logical group. If you're already familiar with Helm and Kubernetes, you'll have been waiting for the security upgrades found in Helm 3. If you're investigating the new Windows support in Kubernetes, you'll want to understand Helm and Helm charts to bring your Windows workloads to the cloud's distributed container kernel, Kubernetes.

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    paul miller

    THis is just about helm generally and not about helm3 in particular.

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    robcaron
    Correct - we kept the title for consistency with how it was billed at Build; unfortunately, we were pressed for time and didn't get through all of Ralph's content. We're going to schedule him for an in-studio episode soon.
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    kevinGG
    What CLI Ralph's using?
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    Ralph Squillace

    Hi @kevinGG, I am using:
    - Surface Book 2, because I love it.
    - Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
    - Terminology (which is Enlightenment - https://www.enlightenment.org/about-terminology.md)
    - Helm and Helm 3 (which we didn't get enough time to get to...)
    - Kubectl underlies these calls, but the terminals use "watch kubectl get po" and so on.

    Hope that helps! You can perform the same work with a number of consoles, including on Windows (there are any number of windowing and watch type commands available).

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