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Deploying your IBM BAMOE (9.0.x) project locally with Podman Desktop

By Raul Mariano posted Tue April 23, 2024 04:19 PM


Recently I was studying more about the new features of IBM BAMOE 9.0.x, and I came across the need to create a local environment, where one of the options that served me well is Podman Desktop – which is an open-source graphical tool that allows you to work seamlessly with containers (OpenShift and Kubernetes) in your local environment, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
For this reason, I created this article to list the step-by-step process for creating environments and present some options for using IBM BAMOE with Podman.

To continue with the tutorials you will need to install the version of Podman Desktop (latest stable) available for your operating system. To download, visit

During installation, follow the installer's recommended instructions. Take the opportunity to integrate with the following extensions: Compose, kubectl CLI and Podman.

To write this article, I used Podman Desktop v1.8.0. Consult the official Podman documentation to clarify other doubts or to resolve any impediments.

After installation, open the Podman Desktop Dashboard and navigate to Settings > Resources and ensure that a Podman machine has been created and is running.

Now that your Podman Desktop has been installed, here are some ways to use IBM BAMOE with Podman: