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Kubernetes for Developers by Joseph Heck

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Installing Jenkins using Helm

In this example, I'm going to walk through how you can set up and install Jenkins into a Minikube cluster on your local machine in order to experiment with it. You can use a very similar process to install into any Kubernetes cluster, but you will need to make some modifications depending on your target cluster.

If you don't have Helm already installed on your laptop, you can install it by following the instructions at the project's website: https://docs.helm.sh/using_helm/#installing-helm. Once you have the command-line client on your local system, you can bootstrap the rest.

The first step will be to install Helm onto your cluster and update the repositories. This is accomplished by running two commands:

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