The Hazy software ships as a single core docker image. For a full installation of the distributed architecture, a set of auxiliary images based on open source software are made available in the Hazy docker registry.
The core image contains Hazy product shipped as an aggregate alongside Debian and CPython installations.
The OS, Python runtime and all the open source libraries that are shipped with the product are documented below, including links to source code.
The additional images that are shipped are documented below.
release.hazy.com/hazy/keycloak is based on
quay.io/keycloak/keycloak:21.1.0. No code modifications are made.
A default realm configuration file that is suitable for use in the
Hazy use case is provided for convenience, co-located within the
release.hazy.com/hazy/jobinit is a clone of
docker.io/curlimages/curl:8.1.2 image. No modifications have been
made to the upstream image.
release.hazy.com/hazy/rabbitmq:3.11.4-debian-11-r0 is a clone of
docker.io/bitnami/rabbitmq:3.11.4-debian-11-r0. No modifications
have been made to the upstream image.
The Hazy core image (
multi-table) is built on the foundation of the
Google distroless image, see
https://github.com/GoogleContainerTools/distroless for more details.
The OS and Python open source dependencies that are unmodified and
co-located in the Hazy multi-table image are as follows: