Hue in Kubernetes

Published on 26 July 2019 in Administration / Version 4 - 1 minute read - Last modified on 21 August 2020

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Let’s see how to automate the deployment further and run this into a container orchestration like Kubernetes.

 

We previously documented the Hue Docker image that provides the latest Hue web server into a “box”.

Hue ships with a Helm chart to make it really easy to get started. Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes. More advanced, directly use the yaml config files.

In a Shell, after installing Helm, just execute these three instructions to boot a live Hue with its database:

helm repo add gethue https://helm.gethue.com
helm repo update
helm install gethue/hue

Instructions for the next steps are displayed on the screen. Then you can also read more in the Helm repo.

Hue is also listed in the Helm catalog: https://hub.helm.sh/charts/hue/hue

 

Any feedback or question? Feel free to comment here or on @gethue!

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