The first Podman Community meeting will be on Tuesday October 6 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern. It will be a video conference using BlueJeans and all of the details are on this post.
In the release of Podman 2.0, we removed the experimental tag from its recently introduced RESTful service. While it might be interesting to interact with a RESTful server using curl, using a set of Go based bindings is probably a more direct route to a production ready application. More details from Lokesh Mandvekar and Parker Van Roy in this post.
Pulling podman images from a container repository
Tom Sweeney has another blog post on the Red Hat Enable Sysadmin site this time he's writing about Pulling podman images from a container repository. Learn the different varieties of pull that the
podman build command can use to speed up or further secure your environment in this post.
Sascha Grunert has written a tutorial explaining how to use Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG) keys to secure your container images stored in a container repository. Signing container images is nothing magical and can drastically enhance security to mitigate man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks. Read all about it here.
What happens behind the scenes of a rootless Podman container?
Dan Walsh along with Matt Heon have a blog post on the Red Hat Enable Sysadmin site, What happens behind the scenes of a rootless Podman container?. If you ever wanted to know what happens under the covers of a rootless container, this is the article for you!
Building Container Images with Podman and Buildah
We were just pointed to this post Building Container Images with Podman and Buildah by Puja Abbassi on the Giant Swarm site. In the article Puja goes over how Podman and Buildah handle daemonless and rootless building processes. A tardy link on this site, but worth a read!
Deploy a Pod on CentOS with Podman
Jack Wallen has a blog post on the THENEWSTACK site with a great introduction on how to Deploy a Pod on CentOS with Podman. In the post, Jack talks about how Podman fits in the Red Hat ecosystem and then walks you through the fundamentals of creating and running a pod using Podman.