OpenShift Commons Briefing #88: Helm and Monocular on OpenShift with Adnan Abdulhussein (Bitnami)
August 4, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Adnan Abdulhussein of Bitnami walked us through running Monocular on an OpenShift cluster. Monocular is an open source search and discovery front-end for Helm Chart repositories. Monocular has a web-based UI for managing Kubernetes applications packaged as Helm Charts. It allows you to search and discover available charts from multiple repositories and install them in your cluster a single click. You can see it in action over at https://kubeapps.com, but running it in your own OpenShift cluster gives you a neat way to create and manage Helm Chart installations inside your cluster.
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