If you’re using Helm Charts to manage Kubernetes applications, Morpheus allows you to bring them in from a Git repository as a Blueprint. The selected repository must be integrated with Morpheus before creating the Blueprint.
To create a new Helm Blueprint, navigate to Library > Blueprints > App Blueprints. Click + ADD.
On the Name tab of the New Blueprint modal, enter a name for your new Blueprint. In the Type dropdown menu, select Helm. Click guilabel:NEXT.
In the Blueprint Summary section, complete the following fields as needed:
NAME: Enter a name for this Blueprint as it will appear in the Morpheus Blueprints list
DESCRIPTION: An optional description field for your Blueprint
CATEGORY: An optional category tag for your Blueprint, such as web, utility, or app
IMAGE: An optional image icon to more easily identify your Blueprint from a list. If no image is uploaded, a default image will be used
In the Helm Configuration section, complete the following fields as needed to sync in configuration from a Git repository:
CONFIG TYPE: “Git Repository”
SCM INTEGRATION: If a pre-existing SCM integration is selected here, the available selections in the “Repository” dropdown menu will be filtered to show only those associated with the chosen SCM integration
REPOSITORY: Select the repository in which your configuration resides
BRANCH OR TAG: The branch in which your configuration resides
CHART PATH: The path to the folder within the repository containing your configuration files, enter “./” if this is the top level folder within the repository
CONFIG: Config files within your selected folder are displayed here for confirmation
Once finished, click COMPLETE.
Your new Helm Blueprint is now saved and should be visible in the list of Blueprints. Blueprints are deployed in the Provisioning > Apps section of Morpheus. See the Apps section of Morpheus docs for more information on that process.