For users who already deploy their containers elsewhere, we want to provide an easy way to deploy containers onto your own resources using Kazuhm. Before getting started, make sure you have a Kazuhm Host Group to create your project with.
This feature is only available on "Kazuhm" Host Group type (not for Kubernetes).
Once you have named your project and selected your Kazuhm Host Group, you'll be able to see the option to select your own Docker Compose File.
Once it is selected, you'll be able to see the name of the file with the option to remove and select a new file.
Once you proceed to the next step, you'll be able to see and edit the Docker Compose File. On the right side, you'll be able to write any environment variable, cert, or keys and their values for the deployment of your images referenced in the Docker Compose File. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for any assistance.
- NOTE: When we are deploying the Docker Compose file, we convert the file into our own orchestration Kazuhm Compose File for successful deployment
Once you verified your file and configurations, you can click Validate. If the file is ready to be deployed, you should be able to see the same button become Create & Deploy.
Deploying from Private Registry
When you're deploying from a Private Registry, you can click on Add Registry Creds
You can select from any saved registry credentials from Vault or manually add new.