Creating Custom Helm Charts For SQL Server

Andrew Pruski shows us how we can build our own Helm chart to deploy SQL Server to Kubernetes:

Navigate to the new directory: –

cd C:\Helm

And now create the new chart!

helm create testsqlchart

OK, what that has done is create an empty chart so we need to drop in our yaml configuration files.

Read on to see how to generate the chart and use it to deploy SQL Server.

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