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Compute-Collections: How do I create a collection for a specific Docker LABEL's key-value pair?

L3 Networker

Regarding https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/prisma/prisma-cloud/22-01/prisma-cloud-compute-edition-admin/confi...

I want to specify a collection of images that have been labeled in the Dockerfile with "LABEL Environment=Development".

However, the docker API returns labels in JSON format.

Using the string wild cards, its easy to imagine...

  • "*Environment*" would collect ALL environments
  • "*Dev" would collect ALL LABELS with Dev anywhere in the LABEL's key or value

But I want a colletion of images labeled "Environment=Development".

 

How do I do that?

Tommy Hunt AWS-CSA, Java-CEA, PMP, SAFe Program Consultant
thunt@citrusoft.org
https://www.citrusoft.org
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L3 Networker

Thanks Gary but I already know how to find and read the documentation.  That's why I must query the community.

Rather than specifying the label, Environment=Development, the proper way to specify label, key:value, and of course you can use the wildcards.  The documentation should be updated with a similar description.  So for my case, Environment:Development, is the correct solution.

Tommy Hunt AWS-CSA, Java-CEA, PMP, SAFe Program Consultant
thunt@citrusoft.org
https://www.citrusoft.org

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L1 Bithead

Helllo TommyHunt,

 

Have you tried using your label Environment=Development in the Labels section of the collection rule as a pattern to match?

See Pattern Matching here

 

Gary Klimeck | Moderator | Customer Success Engineer | Palo Alto Networks

L3 Networker

Thanks Gary but I already know how to find and read the documentation.  That's why I must query the community.

Rather than specifying the label, Environment=Development, the proper way to specify label, key:value, and of course you can use the wildcards.  The documentation should be updated with a similar description.  So for my case, Environment:Development, is the correct solution.

Tommy Hunt AWS-CSA, Java-CEA, PMP, SAFe Program Consultant
thunt@citrusoft.org
https://www.citrusoft.org
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