Getting started with Azure Kubernetes Services - Step by Step - 3

Part 1 - Azure CLI, Kubernetes, create & connect to Cluster, work with multiple namespaces Part 2 - Working with code, Azure Container Registry, Service Principal, updating code and deploying using a script In this part, you will learn about working with Helm, Tiller and create an Nginx ingress controller. Helm Helm is the best way to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes. You can install Helm for your OS easily. Do it, and proceed. Tiller Simply run helm init to install Tiller on the Kubernetes cluster you are connected to. This will validate that Helm’s local environment is set up correctly. Then it will connect to whatever cluster kubectl connects to by default. After connecting, it will install tiller into the kube-system namespace. $ helm version Client: &version.Version{SemVer:"v2.14.3", GitCommit:"0e7f3b6637f7af8fcfddb3d2941fcc7cbebb0085", GitTreeState:"clean"} Server: &version.Version{SemVer:"v2.14.3", GitCommit:"0e7f3b6637f7af8fcfddb3d2941fcc7cbebb0085", GitTreeState:"clean"} Install nginx/ingress (more) »