Step 1 - Prerequisites
A local cluster. There are multiple options to run a local cluster:
This guide has been tested on minikube.
kubectl, with a correct kubeconfig. Check your installation with
helmcli. Check your installation with
Step 2 - Installation
- Add the repo:
helm repo add exivity https://charts.exivity.com
If you had already added this repo earlier, run
helm repo update to retrieve
the latest versions of the packages.
- Verify the repo is added:
helm search repo exivity
- Create a namespace:
kubectl create ns exivity-quickstart
- Install the helm-chart:
helm install -n exivity-quickstart exivity-quickstart exivity/exivity --set licence=”you-very-long-licencekey”
Reach out to us for a demo licence key.
If you want to add dummy data to your deployment for testing purposes, you can add the following parameter to your command above:
Take a look at the values.yaml file in case you want to customise certain components.
Step 3 - Verifying Installation
Follow the official Kubernetes instructions to make sure ingress is working; for example on minikube this can be done with:
minikube addons enable ingress
Get the IP for your minikube instance by running:
Add a DNS record to your hosts file by appending the following to the file, replacing the IP with the result from the
On Linux, the hosts file is located at: /etc/hosts
On Windows, the hosts file is located at: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
You might need admin rights to edit this file.
- Browse to exivity
- Log in using these credentials
To uninstall the chart:
helm delete <chart-name>
To delete the PVCs (Persistent Volume Claims) associated with the release:
kubectl delete pvc -l app.kubernetes.io/instance=exivity