Installing Trident for Kubernetes from a Private Registry

To mitigate risks, many organizations today implement strict security policies. Those policies may limit direct internet access, blocking connections to public software repositories like container image registries. This can make it challenging to install software that assumes direct access to those repositories. Containerized applications like Trident are usually packaged in images that are hosted in … Read more

Can you keep a secret?

As I have mentioned in the past, the normal way of commutation for Ansible, SSH, is not possible with the NetApp systems.  We use http and https communications.  This however requires a username and password combination for each task run. Interactive playbooks can easily have the passwords left out using variable prompts, but that doesn’t help … Read more