Pushing an external and not yet published Docker image into Red Hat OpenShift V3

If you should have followed my previous postings ( thanks for that!! ), then you should have read my blog¬†IMPORTING AN EXTERNAL AND NOT YET PUBLISHED DOCKER IMAGE INTO RED HAT OPENSHIFT V3, in which I have explained how to manually carry a Docker image from a non OpenShift build-server to our OpenShift infrastructure. This […]

Securing the OpenShift V3 Registry

In my previous post I described how to manually export/import a Docker image from one system into the Docker registry of OpenShift. A next step would be to push an image from a non OpenShift system directly into the registry. The documentation of OpenShift recommends to secure the registry before opening it for external access. […]

Importing an external and not yet published Docker Image into Red Hat OpenShift V3

During many customer discussions on PaaS, the same question does come up: “Can I use my own Docker images in OpenShift?” While the simple answer obviously is: “Well, sure! OpenShift makes use of Docker und Kubernetes“ Making it work, is a little bit more complex – until one finally understands it. In this blog I […]

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