The package manager for Kubernetes

Helm is the best way to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes.

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Helm

What is Helm?

Manage Complexity

Charts describe even the most complex apps, provide repeatable application installation, and serve as a single point of authority.

Easy Updates

Take the pain out of updates with in-place upgrades and custom hooks.

Simple Sharing

Charts are easy to version, share, and host on public or private servers.

Rollbacks

Use helm rollback to roll back to an older version of a release with ease.

Get Helm!

Install Helm with a package manager, or download a binary.

Once installed, unpack the helm binary and add it to your PATH and you are good to go! Check the docs for further installation and usage instructions.

Get Charts

Visit Artifact Hub to explore Helm charts from numerous public repositories.

Artifact Hub

Join the Community

More information about the Helm project, and how to contribute.

Next Feature Release

Version: v3.5.0
Date: January 13th, 2021

Release Calendar

Events

Upcoming Events
Watch this space...
Past Events
Feb 25th 2020 - Helm Security Webinar
Nov 18th 2019 - KubeCon North America
Sep 11th 2019 - Helm Summit 2019

SIG Apps

A Special Interest Group for deploying and operating apps in Kubernetes.

SIG-Apps is a Special Interest Group for deploying and operating apps in Kubernetes.

They meet each week to demo and discuss tools and projects. Community meetings are recorded and shared to YouTube.

Developer Standups

Thursdays 9:30-10am (PT)

These meetings are open to all. Check the community repo for notes and details.

Slack

Helm Users
Discussion around using Helm, working with charts and solving common errors.
Helm Development
Topics regarding Helm development, ongoing PRs, releases, etc.
Charts
Discussion for users and contributors to Helm Charts.

Request access here to join the Kubernetes Slack team.

Contributing

Helm always welcomes new contributions to the project!

Where to begin?

Helm is a big project with a lot of users and contributors. It can be a lot to take in!

We have a list of good first issues if you want to help but don't know where to start.

What do I do?

Before you contribute some code, please read our Contribution Guide. It goes over the processes around creating and reviewing pull requests.

Once you write some code, please sign your commits to ensure Helm adheres to the DCO agreement used by the CNCF.