Detailed instructions to install the Deeploy Core software stack can be found in this repository. Here all scripts can be found to configure the dependencies Istio, Knative & Cert-manager. You can also find how to install the Deeploy Core Helm chart here.
Follow the step-by-step instructions in the Repository
Clone the Deeploy Repository from Gitlab and follow the instructions as described in the
README. This will contain the specifications for the version of Deeploy that you are installing.
After a seemingly successful installation, your cluster may have insufficient CPU. We recommend enabling a Cluster Autoscaler to prevent your cluster from having insufficient CPU, if you haven't done this already.
Make sure to regularly upgrade your Deeploy installation. In the release notes (tags) the specific instructions will be listed. Upgrading consists of two actions:
- An infrastructure update (e.g. upgrading the Kubernetes version)
- Switching to a new version of Deeploy:
- Patch (e.g. v1.5.1 to v1.5.2), which includes small changes often as a result of a bug fix
- Major releases (e.g. v1.5.1 to v1.6.0), which are often larger (visual) changes that can include infrastructure changes
When you install Deeploy for the first time, the Deeploy helm chart will register you license key (
runPreInstall: true). In case you have to change you license key or run the cluster registration manually you can find the instruction here.