Webhook Relay
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Podman
Podman is a popular Docker alternative that can run containers.
Running Webhook Relay container with Podman is very similar to Docker instructions. However, key difference will be the image, instead of webhookrelay/webhookrelayd:latest please use docker.io/webhookrelay/webhookrelayd-ubi8:latest.

Forward webhooks

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    Go to https://my.webhookrelay.com/buckets and create a bucket
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    Configure output destination (another container or IP address where you want to forward)
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    Get access token from here. Once you click on ‘Create Token’, it will generate it and show a helper to set environment variables:
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export RELAY_KEY=*****-****-****-****-*********
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export RELAY_SECRET=**********
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export BUCKETS=your-buckets-name
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    Start a webhookrelayd agent:
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podman run -d --env RELAY_KEY=$RELAY_KEY \
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--env RELAY_SECRET=$RELAY_SECRET \
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--env BUCKETS=$BUCKETS \
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--network host webhookrelay/webhookrelayd-ubi8
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If you are using self-signed certificates on your internal side, specify INSECURE environment variable to skip validation:
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INSECURE=true
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Open a tunnel

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    Go to https://my.webhookrelay.com/tunnels and create a tunnel with your desired destination
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    Get access token from here. Once you click on ‘Create Token’, it will generate it and show a helper to set environment variables:
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export RELAY_KEY=*****-****-****-****-*********
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export RELAY_SECRET=**********
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export TUNNELS=your-tunnel-name
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export REGION=<region - eu, au, us-west (defaults to eu)>
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    Start a bidirectional tunnel:
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podman run -d --env RELAY_KEY=$RELAY_KEY \
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--env RELAY_SECRET=$RELAY_SECRET \
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--env TUNNELS=$TUNNELS \
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--env REGION=$REGION \
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--network host webhookrelay/webhookrelayd-ubi8
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