Minikube has a feature called add-ons, which help in adding extra components and features to Minikube’s Kubernetes cluster.
The registry add-on will deploy an internal registry, which can then be used to push and pull Linux container images. But at times, we might wish to mimic push and pull to different registries (i.e., using aliases for container registry). In this article, I will walk you through the steps required to achieve the same.
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Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite offers a really flexible BPMN engine that can be extended with Custom Reusable Services. Most users know them as
Work Item Handler (the technical implementation name), but few of them know that it’s possible to expose them in a comfortable list of reusable services. In fact, you can create a repository of services and simplify the life of the BPMN designer that can easily pick and choose the right service.
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Part 2 of 2
In part one of this blog post, we mentioned a pain point in Container based environments. We introduced SCAP as a means to measure compliance in computer systems and introduced ManageIQ as a means of automating Cloud & Container based workflows.
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Part 1 of 2
“Docker is about running random crap from the Internet as root on your host” – Dan Walsh
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The document covers the initial steps that describe how to play with containers and OpenShift. The article was written together with Jiri Hornicek.
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