Simplify Cluster Setup and Application Discovery on Kubernetes

Why Use Bitnami Kubernetes Projects?

Bitnami provides open source services and components needed to build and run reliable and performant applications on Kubernetes environments.

Bitnami is a core maintainer of Helm, the de-facto standard templating language for application packaging and distribution. It also owns several important projects that enable you to adopt Kubernetes efficiently.

Check out the Bitnami catalog of trusted, up-to-date, and easy-to-use applications and Helm charts for Kubernetes in the Kubeapps Hub.

Bitnami Kubernetes Projects

Simply Find, Deploy, and Manage Helm Charts

Kubeapps provides end users a UI for self-discovering, self-deployment, and self-management of a curated list of applications running in Kubernetes clusters. With simple browse and click, you can deploy apps as Helm charts. Kubeapps also allows you to manage cloud managed services with its integration with the Service Catalog.

One click Installation into a Kubernetes Cluster

Helm charts are the best option to define, install, and upgrade Kubernetes applications. Bitnami maintains a wide library of applications ready to launch on Kubernetes using Kubernetes Helm. Bitnami expert chart writers ensure applications work right out of the box, and are configured to make the best use of the Kubernetes infrastructure.

Secure Kubernetes Passwords and Tokens

Sealed Secrets offers a way to safely store and manage Kubernetes secrets in a public repository. Sealed Secrets is a “one-way” encrypted secret that can be created by anyone, but can only be decrypted by the controller running in the target cluster.

Bitnami Resources

How To: Deploy Kubeapps in VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ (TKG) workload clusters

Follow this guide to learn how to configure Kubeapps to run in your TKG workload clusters.

Storing Secure Sealed Secrets using GitOps

Check this blog post to learn how our friends at Weaveworks used Weave Cloud’s Deploy feature in conjunction with Sealed Secrets to create a continuous deployment pipeline.