eksctlcommand line tool and the following guide.
kubectl get pods -n budibaseto see your new budibase installation up and running in your K8S cluster.
hostsection of the ingress controller in
values.yaml. Notice here how we have added
replicaCountof a given service in the
values.yamlof the budibase helm chart. For example, if we wanted to scale up the worker and app service due to high load, we can update our
values.yamlto have a higher
values.yaml, budibase will create the following credentials for you:
kubectland the following commands to read the values out from your k8s secrets:
values.yamlfile in the helm chart to switch off the budibase one by turning
enabledoff. Here's what your configuration may look like if you wanted to circumvent the default bundled redis and use an external redis cluster hosted on
values.yamlshould look if you want to use S3 instead of MinIO.
values.yamlif you have changed any configuration