2021-02-06, 13:30–14:00, D.infra
Container registries are becoming an important source of software distribution.
Why package content in a container image?
A container image includes an assorted collection of software - often hundreds of software components. This format facilitates use of the software, because a complete set of the needed components are delivered as a single unit.
In this talk we look into how to ship content regardless of how it is packaged (rpm, python, ansible roles) in a container image and build the image with just one single tool - Pulp3.
With Pulp3 you will be able to take advantage of software distribution using the container first strategy :
- Containerize your application: build and run application in a container;
- Build execution environment images - which provide security features such as isolated execution and integrity of applications;
- Cache the content - allow container images to build without relying on external infrastructure by caching(or permanently storing) the application and dependencies.
Registry native delivery of software content with Pulp3.
Ina Panova is an engineer who codes in python and works at Red Hat.