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Keptn is now officially available via the Glasskube Package Manager for Kubernetes

We are happy to announce that Keptn is now officially available via the Glasskube Package Manager to bring Keptn to even more users.

Installing packages for Kubernetes clusters is one of the most pressing issues in the Cloud Native community. There are still some unaddressed challenges like managing dependencies and streamlining updates across multiple packages.

In this article we give an overview about Glasskube, Keptn and how the installation works.

Configure Keptn via the new Helm umbrella chart

In the dynamic world of cloud-native and microservices, installation and continuous upgrades of distributed systems is a priority. Embarking on a journey into the world of containerized applications often leads us into a labyrinth of configuration and deployment intricacies. Amidst this complexity, Helm charts emerge as the guiding light, streamlining the orchestration of Kubernetes-based applications.

In this article, we're delving into the topic of Helm charts, in particular Umbrella charts - an approach that simplifies the deployment and maintenance of microservice application architectures. Let's uncover how these consolidated charts pave the way for smoother deployments, enhance scalability, and bring harmony to the orchestration of complex Kubernetes environments.