Presented by:

Nugi Abdiansyah

from openSUSE End User

My Name is Nugi Abdiansyah, i was born in Jakarta, 14 August 1995. I am very enthusiast with Linux server, i did use all linux variant like Ubuntu, CentOS, Redhat, SUSE but almost of all i very like openSUSE. I learning a lot of a thing related about Information Technology. I expert in manage email service with Zimbra Mail Server and manage website using WHM/cPanel. I also write a portfolio on my Blog at including the outpouring of the heart's content.

Wordpress is an amazing open source sofware also known as Content Management System (CMS) with trusted by the best 34% of the web uses WordPress, from hobby blogs to the biggest news sites online. Wordpress also featured with Beautiful designs, powerful features, and the freedom to build anything you want. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.

Installing wordpress is very easy but more difficulties to prepare server fot that. With Helm we do not install server from scratch, all server are fully automatically installed by Helm. We can go install wordpress with only one-command on it.

What is Helm? Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes applications. Helm packages all of the different Kubernetes resources (such as deployments, services, and ingress) into a chart, which may be hosted in a repository. Users can pull down charts and install them on any number of Kubernetes clusters. Helm’s approach scales from monoliths to complex micro service applications. Here are some of Helm’s main features:

  • Find and use popular software packaged as Kubernetes charts
  • Distribute your own applications (either private or FOSS)
  • A defined structure for managing Kubernetes resource manifests
  • Preconfigured installations
  • Parameterized installations by overriding defaults
  • Automatic revision history for all releases
  • Seamless upgrades and rollbacks between chart versions
  • Hooks for chart authors to manage the life cycle
  • Support for running tests after installing a chart

Helm itself uses a client-server model. The helm command (the client) talks to the tiller (the server). The Helm client may interact with any number of different tiller services. In practice, there is a single tiller service running one Kubernetes cluster. This helps teams collaborate. It also means that Helm may run anywhere, such as on your CI servers or on your own computer. Tiller does the work to coordinate with Kubernetes and get the chart installed.

Installed charts are called “releases” because they may be installed multiple times. Consider a chart for something like Redis. You may need to install the Redis chart twice, each for different applications, as well as with different values.

2019 October 6 - 15:30
30 min
Ruang 203c (2nd floor)

Happening at the same time:

  1. Automate openSUSE Deployment on Linode using Terraform
  2. Start Time:
    2019 October 6 15:30

    Ruang 203b (2nd floor)

  3. How to use eBPF for application statistics in Linux
  4. Start Time:
    2019 October 6 15:30

    Aula Suastika (4th floor)

  5. Developing MOOC’s Applications From Scratch on openSUSE with Laravel WebFramework & Docker
  6. Start Time:
    2019 October 6 15:30

    Ruang 203a (2nd floor)

  7. Design of Data Warehouse for STP Bali Based on openSUSE Linux
  8. Start Time:
    2019 October 6 15:30

    Ruang 203 (2nd floor)

  9. The Implementation of DevOps on Open Suse: Docker & MongoDB
  10. Start Time:
    2019 October 6 15:30

    Ruang 202 (2nd floor)