Workshop: Getting Access
We organize periodic workshops to introduce to SCONE. If you want to participate in such a workshop, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
During the workshop, we will provide you with access to
gitlabinstance that is used to store and pull container images. You can use your own registry if you prefer.
- a shared Kubernetes cluster to execute the tutorial. You could also use your own Kubernetes cluster, if you prefer. You can install the prerequisites for your Kubernetes cluster with
sconectl init. Ensure that you install
CAS, and the pull secrets. See
sconectl init --helpfor how to do this.
Ensure that you have a VPN connection to our Kubernetes cluster. We provide the VPN information separately by email or print out. The VPN will only work during the workshop.
As part of the tutorial, you need to get access to a set of container images required to build confidential services and confidential applications. Moreover, you need to be able to push your generated images to a container image repository. If you have your own image repository, you can use this repository to push and pull your generated container images.
We allocated for each participant a user ID on
gitlab.scontain.com and generated a personal access token. We provide you with this personal access token to pull and push container images during the workshop. We will disable the users after the workshop. If you use your existing user ID for
gitlab.scontain.com, we need to make you a member of group
We allocated for each participant a Kubernetes namespace in a Kubernetes cluster. Please store this in
$HOME/.kube/config (save the existing
config and restore this after the workshop). We provide you with this personal access token to pull and push container images from/to
gitlab.scontain.com. This access token should already be installed in your Kubernetes namespace, i.e., you do not need to install any new Kubernetes pull secrets in your namespace.
The code repository
scone_mesh_tutorial is public. Clone the main branch by executing:
git clone https://github.com/scontain/scone_mesh_tutorial