memsql/operator can be pulled from Docker Hub or from the Red Hat container registry. When pulling
memsql/operator from the Red Hat container registry, you must first authenticate with the registry using a registry service account. For more information on how to acquire the
memsql/operator container from the Red Hat container registry, follow the instructions on the Operator container page in the Red Hat Container Catalog.
Pull the image down onto a host directly to cache it locally. Alternatively, the Operator can be pulled down automatically from any container registry where the Operator is located (such as a private registry, Red Hat OpenShift, or Docker Hub) by referencing it in the
deployment.yaml definition file as described in the next step. An account is not required for Docker Hub.
When pulling the image, you can test deployments using the most current Operator build by specifying
memsql/operator and the desired image. For production environments, you should pin your container version with a specific tag (e.g.
docker pull memsql/operator:c7b6fb61).
Once you have access to the
memsql/operator image, proceed with creating the object definition files for your cluster.