Charm Workshop: Writing Charms for Restrictive Networks

Jorge O. Castro

Jorge O. Castro

on 8 December 2014

Tags: Juju

In an ideal world your systems can reach any internet resource for whatever they need for deployment. However the real world is different, and many production networks have proxies or other restricted network policies that make writing charms challenging.

In this charm school Matt Bruzek highlights some of the methods you can use to make your charm usable in places where you might not have access to the general internet.

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