By now you have learned how to use a collection that is not included in one of the official EE’s. Then you built a custom EE with the required collection and tested it.
The next step is to get your custom EE into a container registry so it can be used in automation controller. And since PAH provides a container registry, too, we’ll use it.
Pushing an EE to the PAH registry is pretty straight forward: You just use Podman like with any other registry. The parameters you need are:
Then do the following:
The commands you have to run are:
export student_name=# the student name you provided when ordering the environment podman login hub-$student_name.learnfest.ansible-labs.de podman images podman tag localhost/ee-ansible-demo:0.1.0 hub-$student_name.learnfest.ansible-labs.de/ee-ansible-demo:latest podman push hub-$student_name.learnfest.ansible-labs.de/ee-ansible-demo
Check the image is in PAH:
You are now ready to use your custom Execution Environment in automation controller.