Bunnyshell supports connecting JFrog Artifactory registries to your organization, allowing you to use those registries to store your container images and deploy them on Kubernetes clusters.
Before you proceed, make sure you have administrator privileges on your JFrog registry.
Only user and password authentication is currently supported.
Accounts that authenticate with Google and Github are not supported, so you will need to create and username and password.
Create your repository
In the JFrog platform, click on the Administration icon on the left side menu.
Go to Repositories.
- Click on +Add Repositories and select Local Repository.
- Select Docker.
- Fill in all the necessary information and click Create Local Repository.
Connect your JFrog registry
- Access the Bunnyshell interface and click the Integrations button on the left side.
Click Registries on the left-side menu.
Click the Connect registry button and select JFrog Artifactory.
- A new window will pop-up, where you will have to provide the following information:
- Registry name: pick a name for your registry when you connect it to Bunnyshell.
- Artifactory Username: The username you chose when you created your JFrog Artifactory account.
- Artifactory Password: The password you chose when you created your JFrog Artifactory account.
- Artifactory Repository Name: The name you've chosen for your repository. The Artifactory Repository Name must not contain uppercase letters.
- Artifactory Server Name: The name you've given to your environment when creating your JFrog account. You can also retrieve it from the address bar.
For example, in the address
example.jfrog.io, example is the Server Name.
Updated 4 months ago