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According to your features page using Qovery CLI I can do something like “qovery helm install my-release example-mychart”. I would like to use this functionality to deploy Apache Superset following this recipe: Running on Kubernetes | Superset
What are the steps needed to make that work and given I’m attempting to use a “public” helm chart would I be able to pull those imagine into Qovery?
Hi @pantera-travis ,
Yes, you can install any helm chart on your Kubernetes cluster with Qovery. Note: we will provide an easier way to do it in the future but at the moment here are the steps to do it.
Connect to your Kubernetes (EKS) cluster.
- Install helm on your local machine.
- You can follow the [installation instructions from Superset](Running on Kubernetes | Superset
- That’s it!
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Sweet that is more straight forward than I expect! Follow up question:
Will the superset deployment show up in the qovery UI then? Mostly I’m hoping to get access to the logs for each pod/container.