Command line helper for helm.
This utility adds to the functionality of Helm (opens new window) in multiple ways:
- Creates a declarative syntax to manage multiple releases in one place
- Allows installation of charts from a git commit/branch/release
- python 3
- helm (>= 3.0.0), installed and initialized
Note: Python2 is no longer supported by Reckoner. Note2: Helm2 support will not be tested from v4.3.0. The maintainers have deprecated helm2 (opens new window).
pip install reckoner
In course.yaml, write:
namespace: default charts: grafana: namespace: grafana values: image: tag: "6.2.5" polaris-dashboard: namespace: polaris-dashboard repository: git: https://github.com/FairwindsOps/charts path: stable chart: polaris
reckoner plot course.yaml --run-all
Grafana and Polaris should now be installed on your cluster!
# Importing Existing Releases
If you're already using Helm but want to start using
reckoner, you can use
reckoner import to facilitate your migration.
We recommend carefully examining the output of a
reckoner diff before relying on any imported course.yml definitions.
# Join the Fairwinds Open Source Community
The goal of the Fairwinds Community is to exchange ideas, influence the open source roadmap, and network with fellow Kubernetes users. Chat with us on Slack (opens new window) or join the user group (opens new window) to get involved!
# Other Projects from Fairwinds
Enjoying Reckoner? Check out some of our other projects:
- Polaris (opens new window) - Audit, enforce, and build policies for Kubernetes resources, including over 20 built-in checks for best practices
- Goldilocks (opens new window) - Right-size your Kubernetes Deployments by compare your memory and CPU settings against actual usage
- Pluto (opens new window) - Detect Kubernetes resources that have been deprecated or removed in future versions
- Nova (opens new window) - Check to see if any of your Helm charts have updates available
- rbac-manager (opens new window) - Simplify the management of RBAC in your Kubernetes clusters