Deploy Service Manually
Different Connection Options
Before following this guide, note that you can connect to the Chassis service in one of two ways:
Install required dependencies
- Install Docker Desktop
- Try to run
- If you get a permissions error, follow instructions here
- Try to run
- Install Helm
Follow these instructions to enable Kubernetes in Docker Desktop.
Add the Helm repository
After that we just need to update the Helm repos to fetch
Now we just need to install
Chassis as normal using Helm.
Check the installation
After having installed the service we can check that the
Chassis service is correctly deployed.
Then you should see an output similar to this.
We can also check that the pod that runs the service is correctly running.
Where we should find our pod listed.
Query the service
To conclude, we may want to query the service just to see that it answers as we expect.
To do that, we need to port forward the service.
Now that we have access to the service we can query it.
Which should output an alive message.
Begin Using the Service
Congratulations, you have now successfully deployed the service in a private Kubernetes cluster. To get started, make sure you set up a Python virtual enviornment and install the