Step 2 -- Push Nirmata images to your Private Docker Registry

The next step involves pushing Nirmata container images into your private Docker registry. This step is optional and should be required only in case you do not have access to the external Docker registry from your Kubernetes cluster. Nirmata container images are available on Docker Hub. These images will be downloaded and pushed into a repository called “nirmata” in your registry.

  1. Go to the install directory in the Nirmata installer folder and edit the update-registry-images.sh script
  2. Update the following fields with correct values: a. TARGET_REGISTRY: IP address or DNS name of your Docker private registry
  3. Ensure that the SOURCE_TAG and TARGET_TAG are the same
  4. Execute the installer command: :

    update-registry-images.sh
    

It may take some time to transfer all the images. The time taken will vary based on your network speed.