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README.md

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Fission

Fission is a framework for serverless functions on Kubernetes.

Prerequisites

  • Kubernetes 1.8 or later

Helm charts

The following table lists two helm charts for Fission.

Parameter Description
fission-core FaaS essentials, and triggers for HTTP, Timers and Kubernetes Watches
fission-all Log aggregation with fluentd and InfluxDB; NATS for message queue triggers; Fission-UI

Installing the chart

To install the chart with the release name my-release,

$ helm install --name my-release fission-all

Uninstalling the chart

To uninstall/delete chart,

$ helm delete my-release

Configuration

The following table lists the configurable parameters of the Fission chart and their default values.

Parameter Description Default
serviceType Type of service to use LoadBalancer
image Fission image fission/fission-bundle
imageTag Fission image tag alpha20170124
fetcherImage Fission fetcher image fission/fetcher
fetcherImageTag Fission fetcher image tag latest
controllerPort Fission Controller Service Port 31313
routerPort Fission Router Service Port 31314
functionNamespace Namespace for Fission functions fission-function
builderNamespace Namespace for Fission environment builders fission-builder

Extra configuration for fission-all

Parameter Description Default
logger.influxdbAdmin Log database admin username admin
logger.fluentdImage Logger fluentd image fission/fluentd
fissionUiImage Fission ui image fission/fission-ui:0.1.0
nats.enabled Nats streaming enabled true
nats.authToken Nats streaming auth token defaultFissionAuthToken(required if nats.enabled is true)
nats.clusterID Nats streaming clusterID fissionMQTrigger(required if nats.enabled is true)
azureStorageQueue.enabled * Azure storage account name false
azureStorageQueue.accountName Azure storage account name None (required if azureStorageQueue.enabled is true)
azureStorageQueue.key Azure storage access key None (required if azureStorageQueue.enabled is true)
kafka.enabled * Kafka trigger enabled false
kafka.brokers Kafka brokers uri broker.kafka:9092 (required if kafka.enabled is true)
kafka.version Kafka broker version None (should be >= 0.11.0.0 to enable Kafka record headers support)
    • Please note that deploying of Azure Storage Queue or Kafka is not done by Fission chart and you will have to explicitly deploy them.

Specify each parameter using the --set key=value[,key=value] argument to helm install. For example,

$ helm install --name my-release --set image=custom/fission-bundle,imageTag=v1 fission-all

If you're using minikube, set serviceType to NodePort:

$ helm install --name my-release --set serviceType=NodePort fission-all

You can also set parameters with a yaml file (see values.yaml for what it should look like):

$ helm install --name my-release -f values.yaml fission-all