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This recipe was contributed by Sosivio.

Step 1: Create Namespace

  • In the Console, select a project, then navigate to Infrastructure > Namespaces.

  • Click New Namespace.

  • Enter sosivio for the name.

  • Select Wizard for the type.

  • Click Save.

  • Click Save & Go To Placement.

Go to Placement

  • Select the required clusters under Placement Policy.

  • Click Save & Go To Publish.

  • Click Publish.

Step 2: Download Helm Chart


This applies to both SaaS and Airgapped environments.

  • Add the Sosivio Helm repository. See the Helm Docs if you need to install Helm.

    helm repo add sosivio
  • Update the Helm repository.

    helm repo update
  • Fetch the Helm chart.

    helm fetch sosivio/sosivio
  • A sosivio-X.Y.Z.tgz file is created.


The following applies to Airgapped environments.

  • Copy the TGZ file to the server with access to the Kubernetes cluster.

Step 3: Customize Values

  • In the values.yaml file, uncomment the expose field and set the correct value. Supported values are: PortForward, Ingress, and LoadBalancer.

    • If Ingress is selected, provide a base domain for the domain field.


    A subdomain is created from the provided domain. For instance, providing the domain will create an Ingress for

  • If a Pull Secret is required to pull from the registry:

    • Apply the pull secret into the namespace.

      kubectl apply -n sosivio -f <pull_secret_file>
    • Add the secret name to pull_secret_name.

    • If required by the operator image, add the secret under the operator subsection.

    • Update the registry key, operator image, and kubectlImage to the correct values for your environment.

Step 4: Create Sosivio Add-On

  • In the Console, navigate to Infrastructure > Add-Ons.

  • Select New Add-On > Create New Add-On.

  • Select Bring Your Own.

  • Enter a name for the Add-On, like sosivio.

  • For Type, select Helm 3.

  • For Artifact Sync, select Upload file manually.

  • Click Create.

Go to Placement

  • Click New Version.

Go to Placement

  • Enter a version name, like 1.5.3.

  • Upload the TGZ file created in Step 2.

  • Upload the Sosivio values.yaml file created in Step 2.

  • Click Save Changes.

Go to Placement

Step 5: Create Blueprint

You can assemble a custom cluster blueprint using the Sosivio addon. You can add other addons to the same custom blueprint.

  • In the Console, navigate to Infrastructure > Blueprints.

  • Click New Blueprint.

  • Enter a name for the Blueprint, like sosivio.

  • Click Save.

  • Enter a unique version name for the cluster blueprint, like 1.5.3.

Go to Placement

  • Select Configure Addons.

  • Select the Sosivio addon. Select other addons, as required.

Go to Placement

  • Click Save Changes, then click Save Changes again.

Step 6: Apply Blueprint

Apply the custom blueprint to the cluster.

  • In the Console, navigate to the project that contains the cluster you want to apply the blueprint to.

  • Click Settings (gear icon) for the cluster you want to apply the blueprint to, then select Update Blueprint.

Go to Placement

  • Select Sosivio blueprint for Blueprint and select the Version.

  • Click Save and Publish to update the blueprint.


This will start the deployment of the addons configured in the Sosivio blueprint to the target cluster. The blueprint sync process can take a few minutes. After the sync is complete, the cluster will display the current cluster blueprint details and whether the sync was successful or not.

Step 7: Retrieve Sosivio Dashboard URL and One Time Password

  • Run the following command in your CLI to retrieve the Sosivio Dashboard URL.
kubectl get ing dashboard -n sosivio
  • Run the following command to retrieve the Sosivio one-time password.
kubectl get secret -n sosivio sosivio-admin-otp -o jsonpath='{.data.password}' | base64 -d

Step 8: Using Sosivio

See the Sosivio Product Documentation for more information.