values.yaml configuration file defines the configuration used
when installing Keptn with a Helm chart; see
Installing Keptn using the Helm chart.
Values is a built-in object of Helm templates; see the Helm documentation at
See values.yaml in the Keptn GitHub repository for the default Keptn file.
The recommended practice is the declarative approach:
you copy the standard
values.yaml file and customize it to create your own Keptn
then use your customized
values file to install Keptn.
Alternatively, you can also set Helm values with the
when issuing helm commands; this is the imperative approach.
--set flags take precendence over whatever you have configured in your
so can be used to temporarily override a value when necessary.
Keptn 0.19.0 changes
The helm-service and jmeter-service integrations are moved out of the
keptn/keptn github repository
and into the keptn-contrib repository in Release 0.19.x
and so the path to the values.yaml file is changed.
Keptn 0.17.0 changes
The Keptn Helm chart was refactored heavily in Release 0.17.0 to make it ready for future features and structural changes.
The following Helm values changed for the Control Plane Helm chart:
control-plane: Since the
continuous-delivery charts were merged into one, all values
control-plane are now just directly in the values root without the
control-plane.common were moved to the root level of the values.
Values for the Execution Plane Helm chart changed for
resources in the values file.
You can adjust them or leave them at the sensible defaults.