A practical introduction to the best-known Package Manager for applications on Kubernetes.

This one day training in German or English provides a practical and easy-to-understand introduction to Helm, the best-known package manager for applications on Kubernetes. With Helm, even complex applications can be defined, installed, managed and run on container platforms.

Our teachers draw on considerable practical experience and are certified Kubernetes administrators.

  • Become acquainted with a modern technology
  • Understand the basic concepts of Helm
  • Install applications with Helm
  • Participants will need a laptop with direct access to the Internet
  • Additionally, local admin rights or access to a terminal (in the browser) are required
  • Our training is designed for people who already have prior knowledge of container technologies
  • We recommend attending the Container & Kubernetes Basics or the Container & OpenShift Basics training before registering for this course
  • CHF 1000 / participant for one day
  • Group sessions consisting of 8 to 24 participants
  • Includes catering, documentation and a Kubernetes cluster in the cloud
  • Discounts available for groups of 12 participants or more


Our trainings consist of varied presentations and hands-on labs in order to teach content in an appealing fashion. We are happy to discuss the possibility of tailoring the content to your infrastructure. Should you require additional contents, we can adapt the program to your needs. If desired, the training can also be conducted on OpenShift.

Helm Basics

  • Basic concepts
  • Basic commands
  • Installation
  • Charts
  • Repositories
  • Lifecycle
  • Variables
  • Helm hooks
  • Chart tests
  • Debugging
  • Go templating

Simply explained: The Helm Basics Training


Individual company trainings are possible. Contact us for costs and dates.

Meet two of Your Trainers

Thomas Philipona

Co-Founder & Trainer

He’s been in the IT world for years – and he discovers everything else on his bicycle.

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Raffael Hertle


Likes to dress up for carnival, but likes to look behind the masks when it comes to cloud native technologies

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