Periodically, you may need to update your Kubernetes connector to help maintain functionality, performance, and security.
This article explains how to update a connector through the Helm CLI.
Use the following steps to update an Apono connector for Kubernetes:
In the shell environment, run the following
helm upgradecommand to pull the most recent connector version.
helm upgrade apono-connector apono-connector --repo https://apono-io.github.io/apono-helm-charts \ --set-string apono.token=[APONO_TOKEN] \ --set-string apono.connectorId=[CONNECTOR_NAME] \ --set serviceAccount.manageClusterRoles=true \ --namespace apono-connector \ --create-namespace
Parameter Description apono.connectorId string ID for the connector apono.token string Token value obtained from the Apono UI serviceAccount.managerClusterRoles boolean Configures whether the connector also manages access to the cluster on which it is deployed
The value of
serviceAccount.manageClusterRolesshould be based on whether the installation has been set up to manage the cluster roles or not.
On the Connectors page, verify that the connector has been updated.
Updated 28 days ago