Working with Image Registries

30 minutes
  • 3 Learning Objectives

About this Hands-on Lab

In this lab, we will configure Podman to use 2 new registries that are running on the local system. In addition to this, a custom version of an image will be searched for and pulled to the local system.

*This lab is not approved or sponsored by Red Hat.*

Learning Objectives

Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:

Configure New Local Registries

Configure Podman to use the 2 new registries running on the local system. The registries are localhost:5000 and localhost:5001.

Configure the Insecure Registry

Configure Podman to use the registry localhost:5001 as an insecure registry.

Pull a Custom Image to the System

Pull an image of llama-web that is NOT the latest one.

Additional Resources

In this scenario, a client has a server hosting 2 local registries. One is localhost port 5000 and the other is localhost port 5001.

The client has requested that you configure the server to add these registries to the configuration for Podman. The system should be configured to search the local registry on port 5000 first, the one on port 5001 second, and the default registries after that.

In addition, the client would also like the registry on port 5001 added as an insecure registry.

Lastly, as a favor to get them started, the client would like you to pull an image of llama-web from the local registry to the system. They request that you do not use the latest tag for the image.

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