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Open-source charts

You can use open-source Helm Charts in your application. At deployment time, ReleaseHub will add the Helm repository and install its dependencies.
Here's an example showing how you can define an application that will use both Elasticsearch and Vault open-source Helm Charts:
charts:
- name: elasticsearch
add: elastic
install: elastic/elasticsearch
repo_url: https://helm.elastic.co
directory: helm/elasticsearch
values: values.yaml
- name: vault
repo_url: https://helm.releases.hashicorp.com
add: hashicorp
install: hashicorp/vault
directory: helm/hashicorp
values: values.yml
ReleaseHub will use a values file located in your source control repository. By default, ReleaseHub will look for the values file in the root of the repository, but you can define a directory where the values.yaml is located within your source control repository.
Once you've configured the charts, you can use them in a workflow. Workflows allow you to run the Helm Charts in parallel and orchestrate the deployment of all your services.
Here's an example workflow that deploys Elasticsearch and Vault in parallel:
workflows:
- name: setup
parallelize:
- step: opensource-backend
tasks:
- charts.elasticsearch
- charts.vault
- name: patch
parallelize:
- step: opensource-backend
tasks:
- charts.elasticsearch
- charts.valut
For more details on how to expose your open-source service to the internet, see our guide to Helm ingress and networking. For more information on configuring Helm Charts, values files, or passing environment variables to your Helm Chart, see Helm configuration.