There are 2 schools of thought on how to track container artifacts that have made their way through your quality gates and into production where they can be consumed by your end users.
When we moved to the new house, one of the things we did was step up our home automation from Google home/Action blocks to Home Assistant.
When we made a move further out of town the options were limited for internet connectivity, so once we had a property address I signed up for the preorder of Starlink.
As container runtime and image standards have evolved and standards developed by projects like the Open Container Initiative (OCI), there has been an increase in the number of solutions and/or use case specific tools being developed both in FOSS and commercial tools.
The internet can be a scary place, especially when you have kids.
Recently RedHat released an article about Podman’s machine function and how it can be leveraged on Macos.
Thanks to the introduction of the Kubernetes CRI there are now additional runtimes that exist for running containers within the Kubernetes orchestration ecosystem.
Well after a break I thought it was about time that I start playing with around the farm.