Deploying IBM Sterling Control Center Monitor with Helm Charts in Kubernetes using Certified Container Software

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Helm Chart Overview

Helm Charts are simply Kubernetes yaml manifests combined into a single package that can be advertised to your Kubernetes clusters. Following are the features of Helm charts:
  • Helm helps you manage Kubernetes applications
  • Helm Charts help you define, install and upgrade even the most complex Kubernetes application
  • Charts are easy to create, version, share, and publish — so start using Helm and stop the copy-and-paste
  • Helm is a graduated project in the CNCF and is maintained by the Helm community.
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Directory Structure of Helm Charts

Following table shows the directory structure of helm charts:

Directory Type Description
Chart.yaml   A YAML file containing information about the chart


Optional A plain text file containing the license for the chart Optional A human-readable README file
values.yaml   The default configuration values for this chart
charts/   A directory containing any charts upon which this chart depends
cv-tests/   Folder containing file for ignoring cv lint issues
templates/   A directory of templates when combined with values, will generate valid Kubernetes manifest files
templates/NOTES.txt Optional A plain text file containing short usage notes
ibm_cloud_pak   This folder contains some scripts to be run before deploying control
logo   This folder contains the logo of Application