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Rootless podman on Oracle Enterprise Linux with local and kubernetes cluster DNS

Blog: Oracle BPM

This post is a walk through of how to run rootless podman in a VirtualBox VM running Oracle Enterprise Linux, using port 80 and allowing both external and internal DNS utilizing the Container Network Interface (CNI) on a local Kubernetes cluster. Running containers without the root user owning any process aims to provide greater flexibility and security.

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