• A Kubernetes cluster up and running.
  • Helm installed. If not, please refer to the official Helm documentation for installation guidelines.


Step 1: Add the ParadeDB Helm Repository

First, add the ParadeDB repository to Helm. This repo contains all the necessary charts for ParadeDB.

helm repo add paradedb

Step 2: Update the Helm Repository

Update the repo to ensure you have the latest chart version.

helm repo update

Step 3: Search for the ParadeDB Chart

Before installing, you can search for available charts in the ParadeDB repository to ensure you’re installing the right one.

helm search repo paradedb

Step 4: Install the ParadeDB Chart

Install the chart. You can customize the values using a values file or the set flag. Refer to the documentation for all values that can be set.

helm install my-db paradedb/paradedb

my-db is a release name you choose. It will be used to identify pods, services, and any other Kubernetes resources.


If for any reason you wish to uninstall the ParadeDB deployment, you can do so with the following command:

helm delete my-db

Remember to replace my-db with the release name you chose during installation.