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  1. OpenShift Top Level Product Strategy
  2. OCPPLAN-9745

Access to RHEL content in workloads - connected clusters


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      Goal: as a developer, I want to use rhel entitlement in pods on OpenShift , so that I can consume RHEL rpm content during the image build in Dockerfiles or directly in the pods via yum install.

      Problem: pods in OCP 3 due to use of Docker daemon has access to the node entitlements which allows customers to install RHEL content in builds and pods. With CRI-O on OCP 4, users don't have access to RHEL entitlements anymore and have to manually make them accessible within builds and pods.

      Why is this important:

      Simply access to RHEL content on OpenShift


      Dependencies (internal and external):

            ssadeghi@redhat.com Siamak Sadeghianfar
            ssadeghi@redhat.com Siamak Sadeghianfar
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