Infra now has a new Helm chart for managing access to Kubernetes clusters. To get started, see Quickstart.
This chart replaces the previous "all-in-one" chart with one that is more lightweight and has fewer configuration fields. The Helm chart is available in a new GitHub repository.
To add the helm repo, run
helm repo add:
helm repo add infrahq https://infrahq.github.io/helm-charts helm repo update
Next, sign up for an account and create a connector access key by clicking on Settings. Then, deploy the Infra connector with
helm install infra infrahq/infra --config.accessKey=xxxxxxxxxx.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy --config.name=example-cluster
Upgrading from the previous Helm chart
To upgrade from the previous Infra Helm chart, first uninstall the old Helm chart:
helm repo rm infrahq helm uninstall infra-connector
Then install the new one:
helm repo add infrahq https://infrahq.github.io/helm-charts helm repo update helm install infra infrahq/infra --config.accessKey=xxxxxxxxxx.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy --config.name=example-cluster
To upgrade to the new Helm chart without incurring downtime, see the guide on migrating Infra connector deployments from the old "mono" chart to the new
This update also includes a new, minimal
infra-server Helm chart for self-hosting the Infra server, Infra's central API server. See the Self-hosting article for more information on how to self-host Infra with this new chart.
To upgrade to this new
infra-server Helm chart from the previous "all-in-one" chart, see the guide on migrating.