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UCD Components installation on Kubernetes platform
Current helm chart for UCD Components installation is only supported for Openshift Shift platform as imgagecontentsourcepolicy can be set only on Openshift. For Kubernetes platforms like TKG(Tanzu Kubernetes Grid) existing helm chart doesnt provide capability to point to internal registries.
Why is it useful?
Adding support for Kubernetes platform by providing the repository path and tags will help with companies to move UCD from server to Kubernetes platform and doesn require to download the helm chart for every version and modify the path in the helm chart's template for every version.
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