Service Catalog provides a way to list, provision, and bind with external Managed ServicesA software offering maintained by a third-party provider. from Service BrokersAn endpoint for a set of Managed Services offered and maintained by a third-party. without needing detailed knowledge about how those services are created or managed.
hack/local-up-cluster.sh, ensure that the
KUBE_ENABLE_CLUSTER_DNSenvironment variable is set, then run the install script.
helm initto install Tiller, the server-side component of Helm.
Once Helm is installed, add the service-catalog Helm repository to your local machine by executing the following command:
helm repo add svc-cat https://svc-catalog-charts.storage.googleapis.com
Check to make sure that it installed successfully by executing the following command:
helm search service-catalog
If the installation was successful, the command should output the following:
NAME VERSION DESCRIPTION svc-cat/catalog 0.0.1 service-catalog API server and controller-manag...
Your Kubernetes cluster must have RBAC enabled, which requires your Tiller Pod(s) to have
If you are using MinikubeA tool for running Kubernetes locally., run the
minikube start command with the following flag:
minikube start --extra-config=apiserver.Authorization.Mode=RBAC
If you are using
hack/local-up-cluster.sh, set the
AUTHORIZATION_MODE environment variable with the following values:
AUTHORIZATION_MODE=Node,RBAC hack/local-up-cluster.sh -O
helm init installs the Tiller Pod into the
kube-system namespace, with Tiller configured to use the
default service account.
NOTE: If you used the
--service-account flags when running
helm init, the
--serviceaccount flag in the following command needs to be adjusted to reference the appropriate namespace and ServiceAccount name.
Configure Tiller to have
kubectl create clusterrolebinding tiller-cluster-admin \ --clusterrole=cluster-admin \ --serviceaccount=kube-system:default
Install Service Catalog from the root of the Helm repository using the following command:
helm install svc-cat/catalog \ --name catalog --namespace catalog