|how containers descend||centos:centos7||centos:centos7||centos:centos7|
|↳tier/centos7base (git)||↳tier/centos7base (git)||↳tier/centos7base (git)|
|↳tier/shibboleth_idp (git)||↳tier/shibboleth_sp (git)||↳tier/shibboleth_sp (git)|
|↳my/shibboleth_idp (git)||↳tier/grouper (git)||↳tier/comanage (git)|
|↳my/grouper (git|docker-compose)||↳my/comanage (git|docker-compose)|
Creating a local Dockerfile based on the TIER appliances to create campus customizations is always possible. One can then build a container and push to a local registry for deployment in a campus environment.
e.g. Create a local Dockerfile:
Build the local container:
Now, run the following command:
The container should be in the local repo, named my/localpackagename in this case.
Source code for TIER containers/VMs are located at the following URL: https://github.internet2.edu/docker