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Helm project update at cncf 2019

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Helm project update at cncf 2019

  1. 1. 1+ Million Downloads Per Month
  2. 2. Thank You Contributors According to devstats, in the past year more than 600 people have contributed code and more than 3,500 people contribute in some way to the Helm org in the past year. Companies Employing Project Maintainers 15 Total Project Maintainers 29
  3. 3. “To conclude, in light of the findings stemming from this CNCF- funded project, Cure53 can only state that the Helm project projects the impression of being highly mature. This verdict is driven by a number of different factors described above and essentially means that Helm can be recommended for public deployment, particularly when properly configured and secured in accordance to recommendations specified by the development team.” From First Helm Security Audit Report (emphasis added)
  4. 4. Helm v2 Support 1 Year 1 2 Helm v3.0.0 Released Helm v2 Bug andSecurity fixes for 6 months 3 Helm v2 Security fixes for another 6 months After 1 year Helmv2 support ends 4

Editor's Notes

  • This logo is included to use in the separator slide. It is the the official logo in SVG format
  • The Helm client as passed the point where it is downloaded more than a million times per month

    Note, the background color is the color of blue used by the Helm project
  • I’d like to thank all of those who have contributed to helm. Can we give them a round of applause
    Over 600 people have contributed to code under the Helm org in the past year. Thousands more have contributed in some other way, according to devstats
  • We are pleased to announce the release of a new major version. Helm v3
    There are many changes including the removal of Tiller, experimental support for storing charts in OCI repositories, and improved CRD support
    You can find more details on the Helm blog or by attending the Helm 3 Deep Dive later this week or coming by the Helm booth
  • Helm v3 just completed it’s first security audit. Security audits are required as part of the graduation criteria
    You can read more about it on the Helm blog including getting the full report
  • We understand it takes time to transition. Especially with the holidays and tax season coming
    Helm v2 will be supported in some way for a full year which started when v3.0.0 was released
    The first 6 months will include both bug and security fixes followed by another 6 months of security fixes and coverage

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