Asset Management System Catalog App Deployment
Go to the Browse menu item on the left, it is right under the Catalog section
Scroll down until you find the Asset Management System tile under Storage and click on it.
Click on Deploy Now button in the upper right corner of the screen to start the catalog app deployment
Most of the fields are having tooltips, which can be accessed when hovering over the small info icon.
General Info Configuration
Version number of the application you want to deploy. By default it is set to the latest version.
The namespace where you want your application to be deployed
Kubernetes cluster where the app would be deployed. It is only shown when you have the same Space created on more than one cluster.
How the app will be called in the Apps menu
Tags you want your application to be associated with
Set the Version, Space, Cluster, App Name, and Tags, and click Next to proceed to the Infrastructure Configuration.
The Infrastructure Configuration allows you to configure the Vidispine API endpoint and the qibb’s IdP parameters if you want to have a working SSO integration.
Vidispine API Address
This in the Vidispine API URI endpoint. It can be found at https://vidinet.net/
Qibb Identity Provider
Needs to be checked if you want to use qibb’s IdP as an Identity Provider (IdP) and have a working SSO (Single Sign-On) Integration.
Clients are trusted browser apps and web services in a realm. These clients can request a login and must be configured in qibb’s IdP https://auth.demo.qibb.com
The repository to pull the image from the
The tag of the image
The pull policy of the image.
Name of the Registry Secret
Provides the registry secret, that will be used for authentication when pulling the images from the configured repository
Make sure to populate the Vidispine API Address and that the Client ID is filled. The rest of the fields are already filled and it is safe to leave the default values there.
You can click on the YAML button in the upper right corner to switch between form-based configuration text-based configuration. There you can also change parameters, that are not exposed in the UI, like the min/max CPU and memory allocation for the pods, etc.
After clicking on the Next button the configured settings would be evaluated and if there is no problem you will be greeted with the Access Management Configuration.
Access Management Configuration
In the Access Management Configuration, you can configure the user groups which will have full access to the application. There should be a list of all defined user groups on this screen. If the groups have sub-groups, you can expand the parent group and select only a particular child. Alternatively, if you select a parent group, this would automatically select all child groups.
Make sure to select the parent and/or child groups that would need to have full access to the Asset Management System application.
The Summary section provides a quick overview of the most important settings and a possibility to change any of the settings before starting the app deployment.
When you are sure you have configured properly the Asset Management System application you can proceed with its deployment by clicking on the Deploy button.
This is the last step when the application is deployed.
Detailed Deployment Log
Click on the Show Details button to preview the notifications generated during the deployment.
When the app is deployed a Go-To App button will be shown which redirects to the App overview page.
Access the UI
From here you can see information about the container by simply clicking on the Open User Interface button in the upper right corner or by clicking on the User Interface App Link.
Asset Management System UI Accessibility
Please note that there is a couple of minutes of time delay between the UI being accessible.
This would open the Vidispine UI.
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