This guide installs Feast on an existing Kubernetes cluster, and ensures the following services are running:
Feast Online Serving
Feast Jupyter (Optional)
Add the Feast Helm repository and download the latest charts:
helm repo add feast-charts https://feast-charts.storage.googleapis.comhelm repo update
Feast includes a Helm chart that installs all necessary components to run Feast Core, Feast Online Serving, and an example Jupyter notebook.
Feast Core requires Postgres to run, which requires a secret to be set on Kubernetes:
kubectl create secret generic feast-postgresql --from-literal=postgresql-password=password
Install Feast using Helm. The pods may take a few minutes to initialize.
helm install feast-release feast-charts/feast
After all the pods are in a
RUNNING state, port-forward to the Jupyter Notebook Server in the cluster:
kubectl port-forward \$(kubectl get pod -o custom-columns=:metadata.name | grep jupyter) 8888:8888
Forwarding from 127.0.0.1:8888 -> 8888Forwarding from [::1]:8888 -> 8888
You can now connect to the bundled Jupyter Notebook Server at
localhost:8888 and follow the example Jupyter notebook.