Deploying Mysql Helm Chart


stable/mysql Helm chart bootstraps a single node MySQL deployment on a Kubernetes cluster using the Helm package manager.

1. Discover MySQL chart from Chart Store

Select Charts from the left panel to visit the Chart Store page. You will see numerous of charts on the page from which you have to find stable/mysql chart. You also can use the search bar to search the MySQL chart.

2. Configure the Chart

After selecting the stable/mysql Helm chart, click on Deploy.

Enter the following details, to deploy MySQL chart:


App Name

Name of the Chart


Select the name of your Project in which you want to deploy the chart


Select the environment in which you want to deploy the chart

Chart Version

Select the latest Chart Version

Chart Value

Select the default value or create a custom value

Configure values.yaml

Set the following parameters in the chart, to be later used to connect MySQL with your Django Application.



Password for the root user. Ignored if existing secret is provided


Name of your MySQL database


Username of new user to create


Password for the new user. Ignored if existing secret is provided

Click on Deploy Chart to deploy the Chart.

3. Check the Status of Deployment

After clicking on Deploy you will be redirected to app details page where you can see deployment status of the chart. The Status of the chart should be Healthy. It might take few seconds after initiating the deployment of the chart.

In case the Status, of the deployment is Degraded or takes a long time to get deployed. Click on the Status or check the logs of the pods to debug the issue.

4. Extract the Service Name

Copy the service name, it will be used to connect your application to MySQL.

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