[keycloak-dev] LDAP setup for demonstration purposes
Bruno Oliveira da Silva
bruno at abstractj.org
Wed Sep 14 06:08:39 EDT 2016
On 2016-09-14, Thomas Raehalme wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 10:46 PM, Marek Posolda <mposolda at redhat.com> wrote:
> > On 13/09/16 21:10, Bruno Oliveira da Silva wrote:
> >> My 2 cents on it. Unless we have any strong argument for doing this,
> >> let's move forward with Docker. We already have a repository for this
> >> and I'm not sure if we have bandwidth to maintain 2 distinct
> Maybe I misunderstood, but Vagrant does not need a repository if you use
> the publicly available boxes. It's just a Vagrantfile where you specify the
> boxes and how to bootstrap them.
By repository I meant, git repository.
> >> Btw I'm curious, which real world scenario you could not reproduce with
> >> Docker?
> > I guess SPNEGO login with Firefox is the example of that scenario?
> Yes, running GUI applications is what I had in mind as well.
> But besides Firefox I did not mean that you cannot do something with
> Docker. It was more about that not everybody are running Docker in a
> cluster such as Swarm or Kubernetes. Instead one might use separate VMs,
> but run the applications with Docker. With a combination of Vagrant and
> Docker here would be a great example of doing exactly that.
> Best regards,
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