In an effort to minimize risk, we restrict the origin of Docker images to a set of known repositories. This ensures that if we get compromised, malicious images can't be pulled directly from an arbitrary source, but must exist at a pre-known location.
Application resource is applied to
the cluster, the
image tag is validated against the list of allowed sources.
If the image is not in the list, the resource will not be created, and the user
will receive the following error message:
webhook "validation.gatekeeper.sh" denied the request: [denied by
allowed-registry] image 'not_allowed/image' is not in the list of allowed
Images from unlisted registry¶
Re-tag the image and upload it to Docker Package Registry:
docker pull unlisted/image:tag docker tag unlisted/image:tag docker.pkg.github.com/navikt/reponame/imagename:tag docker push docker.pkg.github.com/navikt/reponame/imagename:tag
Alternatively, in special cases, submit a pull request to the list of allowed sources instead.