In the previous guide we installed and configured Harbor on Photon OS. In this guide I will walk you through testing that your Harbor registry installation is working and you can push images to it.
In the previous guide we installed and configured Harbor to use S3 backed storage. In this guide I will walk you through testing that your Harbor registry installation is being backed by S3 storage.
By now you have been playing with Admiral Container Service and/or Harbor Registry and maybe even vSphere Integrated Containers and you want to use them all together now! Well you have landed at the right place because in this guide I will show you how to quickly get everything working Continue reading How to use vSphere Integrated Containers with Admiral and Harbor
Ok, so you figured out how to get Admiral and Harbor up and running and now you want to use them both together so you don’t have to go out to Docker Hub anymore right? Well you came to the right place. In this guide I will show you how Continue reading How to use VMware Admiral Container Service with Harbor Registry
I ran into an issue testing replication of Harbor registry from my local data center out to an instance on a public cloud that was also an instance in a VPC. The issue is that an instance in a VPC has an internal Private IP address assigned and an external Continue reading VMware Harbor VPC installation gotcha
One of the great features of VMware Harbor registry is the out of the box image replication. Some of you may just use this feature for a simple way to back up your registry but I found another use case that may be of interest. Let’s say you wanted to Continue reading Hybrid cloud Docker Registry with VMware Harbor
If you have installed a local docker registry without signed SSL certificates, the docker daemon will need to be started in a way to allow connection in insecure mode. For details see this note from Docker. In this guide I will show you how to configure VMware Photon OS to Continue reading How to use PhotonOS with an insecure registry