Advanced Helm Chart Configuration

Seldon Core Operator Chart Configuration

This page provides a detailed overview of the installation parameters available for the Seldon Core installation when using Helm 3.x. The high level workflows to install Seldon Core can be found in the Installation Page.

Below you can find the values.yaml file of the seldon-core-operator Helm chart, which contains basically all the values that you can configure in your installation by using the set flag in the format –set value.path=YOUR_VALUE.

The file has been written to be self documented, and has information on all the core parameters. Further information is referenced in the file to specific documentation pages.

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# # Seldon Core Operator
# Below are the default values when installing Seldon Core

# ## Ingress Options
# You are able to choose between Istio and Ambassador

# If you have ambassador installed you can just use the enabled flag
ambassador:
  enabled: true
  singleNamespace: false
# When activating Istio, respecive virtual services will be created
# You must make sure you create the seldon-gateway as well
istio:
  enabled: false
  gateway: istio-system/seldon-gateway
  tlsMode: ""

# ## Install with Cert Manager
# See installation page in documentation for more information
certManager:
  enabled: false

# ## Install with limited namespace visibility
# If you want to ensure seldon-core-controller can only have visibility
#   to specifci namespaces you can set the controllerId
controllerId: ""

# Whether operator should create the webhooks and configmap on startup (false means created from chart)
managerCreateResources: false

# Default user id to add to all Pod Security Context as the default
# Use this to ensure all container run as non-root by default
# For openshift leave blank as usually this will be injected automatically on an openshift cluster
# to all pods.
defaultUserID: "8888"

# ## Service Orchestrator (Executor)
# The executor is the default service orchestrator which has superceeded the "Java Engine"
executor:
  enabled: true
  port: 8000
  metricsPortName: metrics
  image:
    pullPolicy: IfNotPresent
    registry: docker.io
    repository: seldonio/seldon-core-executor
    tag: 1.2.3-dev
  prometheus:
    path: /prometheus
  serviceAccount:
    name: default
  user: 8888
# If you want to make available your own request logger for ELK integration you can set this
# For more information see the Production Integration for Payload Request Logging with ELK in the docs
  requestLogger:
    defaultEndpoint: 'http://default-broker'

# ## Seldon Core Controller Manager Options
image:
  pullPolicy: IfNotPresent
  registry: docker.io
  repository: seldonio/seldon-core-operator
  tag: 1.2.3-dev
manager:
  cpuLimit: 500m
  cpuRequest: 100m
  memoryLimit: 300Mi
  memoryRequest: 200Mi
rbac:
  configmap:
    create: true
  create: true
serviceAccount:
  create: true
  name: seldon-manager
singleNamespace: false
storageInitializer:
  cpuLimit: "1"
  cpuRequest: 100m
  image: gcr.io/kfserving/storage-initializer:v0.4.0
  memoryLimit: 1Gi
  memoryRequest: 100Mi
usageMetrics:
  enabled: false
webhook:
  port: 443

# ## Predictive Unit Values
predictiveUnit:
  port: 9000
  metricsPortName: metrics
  # If you would like to add extra environment variables to the init container to make available
  #   secrets such as cloud credentials, you can provide a default secret name that will be loaded
  #   to all the containers. You can then override this using the envSecretRefName in SeldonDeployments
  defaultEnvSecretRefName: ""
predictor_servers:
  MLFLOW_SERVER:
    grpc:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/mlflowserver_grpc
    rest:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/mlflowserver_rest
  SKLEARN_SERVER:
    grpc:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/sklearnserver_grpc
    rest:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/sklearnserver_rest
  TENSORFLOW_SERVER:
    grpc:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/tfserving-proxy_grpc
    rest:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/tfserving-proxy_rest
    tensorflow: true
    tfImage: tensorflow/serving:2.1.0
  XGBOOST_SERVER:
    grpc:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/xgboostserver_grpc
    rest:
      defaultImageVersion: "1.2.3-dev"
      image: seldonio/xgboostserver_rest

# ## Other
# You can choose the crds to not be installed if you already installed them
# This applies to just the yaml template. If you set managerCreateResources=true then
# it will try to create the CRD but only if it does not exist
crd:
  create: true
  # Whether to force the use of the v1beta1 or v1 CRD.
  forceV1: false
  forceV1beta1: false

# Warning: credentials will be depricated soon, please use defaultEnvSecretRefName above
# For more info please check the documentation
credentials:
  gcs:
    gcsCredentialFileName: gcloud-application-credentials.json
  s3:
    s3AccessKeyIDName: awsAccessKeyID
    s3SecretAccessKeyName: awsSecretAccessKey

kubeflow: false

# ## Engine parameters
# Warning: Engine is being depricated in favour of Orchestrator
# FOr more information please read the Upgrading section in the documentation
engine:
  grpc:
    port: 5001
  image:
    pullPolicy: IfNotPresent
    registry: docker.io
    repository: seldonio/engine
    tag: 1.2.3-dev
  logMessagesExternally: false
  port: 8000
  prometheus:
    path: /prometheus
  serviceAccount:
    name: default
  user: 8888


# Explainer image
explainer:
  image: seldonio/alibiexplainer:1.2.3-dev