From Enterprise Image Registry to Chart Repository - Tan Jiang, VMware

From Enterprise Image Registry to Chart Repository - Tan Jiang, VMware

In the On-Prem enterprise environment, we've been packaging content into docker images and hosting them using docker registry for some time, now helm chart has become the choice of application package format on Kubernetes, it's time to explore what's the proper way to host Helm Charts. Based on our experience extending a private docker image registry (Project Harbor) to a Helm Chart registry. We'll share some of the key issues we see in Helm Chart management in an enterprise, such as RBAC, signing, vulnerability scanning, and how we provide a integrated user experience in managing/inspecting Helm Charts with docker image management. We'll also discuss the challenges we are seeing in this journey, and the possible solutions.

From Enterprise Image Registry to Chart Repository - Tan Jiang, VMware

In the On-Prem enterprise environment, we've been packaging content into docker images and hosting them using docker registry for some time, now helm chart has become the choice of application package format on Kubernetes, it's time to explore what's the proper way to host Helm Charts. Based on our experience extending a private docker image registry (Project Harbor) to a Helm Chart registry. We'll share some of the key issues we see in Helm Chart management in an enterprise, such as RBAC, signing, vulnerability scanning, and how we provide a integrated user experience in managing/inspecting Helm Charts with docker image management. We'll also discuss the challenges we are seeing in this journey, and the possible solutions.

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