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Opsdroid Helm Chart

Build Status

Opsdroid is a ChatOps bot framework written in Python. This helm chart allows you to easily install opsdroid on a kubernetes cluster.

Chart Details

This chart will deploy the following:

  • 1 x Opsdroid bot
  • 1 x Rasa NLU instance (optional)

Installing the Chart

Add the opsdroid chart repo:

$ helm repo add opsdroid https://helm.opsdroid.dev/
$ helm repo update

To install the chart with the release name my-bot:

$ helm install --name my-bot opsdroid/opsdroid

Configuration

The following tables list the configurable parameters of the Opsdroid chart and their default values.

Opsdroid

Parameter Description Default
opsdroid.configuration The yaml configuration for opsdroid nil (opsdroid will generate default at runtime)
opsdroid.environment Environment variables for the bot []

Image

Parameter Description Default
opsdroid.image.repository Container image name opsdroid/opsdroid
opsdroid.image.tag Container tag name Latest stable tag
opsdroid.image.imagePullPolicy Container image pull policy IfNotPresent

Service

Parameter Description Default
opsdroid.service.port Port for service to use 8080

Resources

Parameter Description Default
opsdroid.resources.requests.cpu Minimum CPU request nil
opsdroid.resources.limits.cpu Maximum CPU limit nil
opsdroid.resources.requests.memory Minimum memory request nil
opsdroid.resources.limits.memory Maximum memory limit nil

PVC

Parameter Description Default
opsdroid.pvc.enabled Use a Persistent Volume to store opsdroid state false
opsdroid.pvc.annotations Annotations for the Persistent Volume Claim {}
opsdroid.pvc.selector Selector for the Persistent Volume Claim {}
opsdroid.pvc.accessModes Persistent Volume Claim access mode ['ReadWriteOnce']
opsdroid.pvc.storage Persistent Volume Claim size 5Gi
opsdroid.pvc.storageClassName Persistent Volume Claim name nil

Ingress

Parameter Description Default
opsdroid.ingress.enabled Use an Ingress to access opsdroid false
opsdroid.ingress.annotations Opsdroid Ingress annotations {}
opsdroid.ingress.hosts Opsdroid Ingress Hostnames []
opsdroid.ingress.tls Opsdroid Ingress TLS configuration []

Rasa NLU

Parameter Description Default
rasanlu.enabled Use Rasa NLU false
rasanlu.token API key for Rasa NLU to use abc123

Image

Parameter Description Default
rasanlu.image.repository Container image name rasa/rasa_nlu
rasanlu.image.tag Container tag name Latest stable tag
rasanlu.image.imagePullPolicy Container image pull policy IfNotPresent

Service

Parameter Description Default
rasanlu.service.port Port for service to use 5000

Resources

Parameter Description Default
rasanlu.resources.requests.cpu Minimum CPU request nil
rasanlu.resources.limits.cpu Maximum CPU limit nil
rasanlu.resources.requests.memory Minimum memory request nil
rasanlu.resources.limits.memory Maximum memory limit nil

PVC

Parameter Description Default
rasanlu.pvc.enabled Use a Persistent Volume to store opsdroid state false
rasanlu.pvc.annotations Annotations for the Persistent Volume Claim {}
rasanlu.pvc.selector Selector for the Persistent Volume Claim {}
rasanlu.pvc.accessModes Persistent Volume Claim access mode ['ReadWriteOnce']
rasanlu.pvc.storage Persistent Volume Claim size 5Gi
rasanlu.pvc.storageClassName Persistent Volume Claim name nil

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

Alternatively, a YAML file that specifies the values for the parameters can be provided while installing the chart. For example,

$ helm install --name my-release -f values.yaml incubator/opsdroid

Tip: You can use the default values.yaml

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