Syed
Community Manager
Community Manager
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Welcome to the Red Hat Cloud-native Microservices Development with Quarkus (DO378) group!

We are excited to launch a space dedicated to the Red Hat Training course Red Hat Cloud-native Microservices Development with Quarkus!

To gain the most value from this group - click the "Join Group" button in the upper right hand corner of the group home page.

We encourage group members to collaborate in this group to discuss topics, ask questions, share best practices and tips, provide course feedback, and share their accomplishments as it relates to DO378.

Read more about Red Hat Cloud-native Microservices Development with Quarkus here.

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Gwozdziu
Cadet
Cadet
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I encountered a problem when trying to download images from Docker Hub. It seems that my workstation's IP might be pulling too many images from Docker Hub. To work around this issue, I had to modify the application.properties to include:

quarkus.kafka.devservices.image-name=quay.io/plotly/vectorized-redpanda:latest
quarkus.kafka.devservices.port=9092

airedale
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist
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"We are not able to start your lab at this time, our lab capacity in your region has reached the maximum number of users. Please try back again later."
Wasim_Raja
Moderator
Moderator
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@airedale Thanks for reaching out.

The partner based open subscription by design has limited capacity. Since it is already at capacity - I will suggest you to try after sometime.

You can reach out to the partner or raise a support case for any help.

Partner support page: https://connect.redhat.com/en/support?extIdCarryOver=true&sc_cid=701f2000001Css5AAC

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airedale
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist
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>"We are not able to start your lab at this time, our lab capacity in your region has reached the maximum number of users. Please try back again later."

It took 5 and a half hours for the labs to start. I suggest a redesign of the course so people can download the exercises and work locally. That would be a win-win for all of us as it would be cheaper, more efficient and easier to plan.

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