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About a year ago, we wanted to publish a central Helm chart repository. It seemed like the easiest way to do that was from a single source, so we migrated all of our Helm charts to a central Git repository. The idea was to use CircleCI to build every chart, then upload the resultant charts to S3 and serve them from there. It wasn’t a perfect solution, though, since it made coordination with application releases and tracking issues more difficult.

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This is the second part of a very popular post, Helm from basics to advanced. In the previous post (we highly suggest you read it, if you haven’t done so already) we covered Helm’s basics, and finished with an examination of design principles. In this post, we’d like to continue our discussion of Helm by exploring best practices and taking a look at some common mistakes. If you are looking for a place to securely store your Helm charts, remember that Banzai Cloud runs a free Helm Charts repository as a service: charts.

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In one of our previous posts about creating Helm Charts for Kubernetes, we outlined what we consider the best practices for creating Helm charts. We’ve been using Helm in production and investing our time in creating Helm charts (available on the Banzai Cloud Charts GitHub repository) since Banzai Cloud’s inception. Creating Helm Charts is one thing; storing and serving them is another. We’d like to reduce the burden this places on the user, so today marks the launch of our Helm Chart repository service, which you can use to store and serve public Helm Charts for free.

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Banzai Cloud is on a mission to simplify the development, deployment, and scaling of complex applications and to bring the full power of Kubernetes to all developers and enterprises. Banzai Cloud’s Pipeline provides a platform which allows enterprises to develop, deploy and scale container-based applications. It leverages best-of-breed technology from the Cloud Native Foundation ecosystem to create a highly productive, yet flexible environment for developers and operation teams alike. One of the key tools we use from the Kubernetes ecosystem is Helm.

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