In this guide, you will learn to deploy the SDP on a Kubernetes cluster using publicly available Helm charts.
This option is recommended for persistent deployments of production or staging instances of the SDP. If you want to deploy the SDP on a local machine for development purposes, see Run the SDP Locally.
Please note that configuring deployment details like ingress, TLS, resource limits, and so on are out of scope for this guide. This guide assumes that you have a Kubernetes cluster with a Postgres database deployed in the same cluster and that you have the necessary permissions to deploy the SDP. It also assumes that you have the operational knowledge to manage the cluster and the database.
- Kubernetes 1.19+
- Helm 3.2.0+
- Postgres 14.0+
Installing the Chart
Add the Helm repository
Before you can install the chart, you need to add the Stellar Helm repository.
helm repo add stellar https://helm.stellar.org/charts
helm repo update
Customize the values
The SDP Helm chart has a number of configurable values. You can customize these values by creating a values file and passing it to the
helm install command.
We provided a sample values file that you can use as a starting point. This file has the minimum set of configurations required to deploy an SDP instance. You can download the file from the SDP GitHub repository or by running the following command:
curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/stellar/stellar-disbursement-platform-backend/develop/helmchart/sdp/minimal-values.yaml
You can find the full list of configurable values in the SDP GitHub repository.
Install the chart
To install the chart with the release name
sdp and the values file
helm install sdp -f myvalues.yaml stellar/stellar-disbursement-platform
Now you should have a running SDP instance. To learn how to use the SDP, see Create your first disbursement.