Helm is a package manager tool used for Kubernetes. Known for managing complex apps and easy rollbacks, Helm is quite popular. These articles answer questions like “What is Helm? How do I use it?” Is it the best tool for Kubernetes? And of course, a Helm tweet.
This article breaks down the big question of what is Helm in a very easy and beginner view. It even includes glossary definitions and illustrations for clear visualization.
Unlike other software or tools that use Kubernetes, Helm comes with some unique pros and cons. One interesting aspect of Helm is that it’s easily searchable and addable for developers.
There are some speculation that Helm isn’t the greatest tool for package managing with Kubernetes. Why? Have a look here.
Although this set of docs is a little heavy, the instructions are broken down to very simple points. This dives into a deep and thorough explanation of using Helm with Kubernetes.
A Helm 101 to introduce what Helm is. This also outlines some key terms and gives some clear clarification. It’s a more in depth version of “What is Helm”.
Katacoda has amazing (and free!) courses on all things Software Engineering related. It has a great course on Helm, that’s great for exploring this package manager with Kubernetes.
Some new things in Helm are coming your way! Keep up to date with updates and upgrades from Helm.