Uploading your Operator Bundle
Partners have two methods for uploading and testing their Operator metadata bundle image.

CI/Local Pipeline

With this option, you will run the certification tooling on your own OpenShift cluster. This option is our advanced method for partners who are interested in integrating the tooling into their own developer workflows for continuous verification, want access to comprehensive logs for a faster feedback loop, or have dependencies that are not available in a default OpenShift installation.
You will use OpenShift Pipelines (based on Tekton) to run the certification tests, enabling the viewing of comprehensive logs and debugging information in real time. Once you are ready to certify and publish your Operator bundle, the pipeline submits a pull request (PR) to GitHub on your behalf. If everything passes successfully, your Operator will be automatically merged and published in our Red Hat Container Catalog and the embedded OperatorHub in OpenShift.
Find the instructions for the local pipeline HERE. If you run into any issues please reach out to the Success Team.

Hosted Pipeline

This option is our quicker, more simple path to certification for those who are not as interested in the comprehensive logs, or are not ready to include it in their own workflows.
The process begins by submitting your Operator bundle via a GitHub PR. Red Hat then runs the certification tests using an in-house OpenShift cluster. This option will be familiar to those who have previously certified their Operator bundles. However, it has been built with improved infrastructure with a focus on the partner experience. You will see the certification test results both as comments on the PR and within your Red Hat Partner Connect Operator bundle project. If everything passes successfully, your Operator will be automatically merged and published in our Red Hat Container Catalog and the embedded OperatorHub in OpenShift.
Find the instructions for the local pipeline HERE. If you run into any issues please reach out to the Success Team.
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