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Tvt translations update pii 1 and 2 (#10)

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#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "Kubernetes-App entwickeln"
template.description: "Mit dieser Toolchain können Sie eine Anwendung entwickeln und sicher in einem Kubernetes-Cluster bereitstellen, der vom IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service verwaltet wird. Standardmäßig verwendet die Toolchain die Node.js-Beispiel-App \"Hello World\", aber Sie können stattdessen auch eine Verknüpfung zu Ihrem eigenen GitHub-Repository herstellen. Diese Toolchain ist für Continuous Delivery mit [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), Quellcodeverwaltung, Issue-Verfolgung und Onlinebearbeitung vorkonfiguriert.\n\n Sie können Ihre IBM Cloud Container-Cluster in der [Konsole](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters) verwalten.\n\nDiese Toolchain verwendet Tools, die Teil des Continuous Delivery-Service sind. Wenn sich noch keine Instanz dieses Service in der ausgewählten Ressourcengruppe oder Organisation befindet, wird sie automatisch hinzugefügt, wenn Sie auf **Erstellen** klicken. Dabei ist der kostenlose Plan [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) ausgewählt.\n\nKlicken Sie auf **Erstellen**, um zu beginnen.\n\nSchrittweise Anweisungen finden Sie im [Lernprogramm](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain)."
template.description: "Mit dieser Toolchain können Sie eine Anwendung entwickeln und sicher in einem Kubernetes-Cluster bereitstellen, der vom IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service verwaltet wird. Standardmäßig verwendet die Toolchain die Node.js-Beispiel-App 'Hello World', aber Sie können stattdessen auch eine eigene App bereitstellen und eine Verknüpfung zu dieser App herstellen. Diese Toolchain ist für die kontinuierliche Bereitstellung mit [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), Quellcodeverwaltung, Issue-Verfolgung und Onlinebearbeitung vorkonfiguriert.\n\n Sie können Ihre IBM Cloud Container-Cluster in der [Konsole](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters) verwalten.\n\nDiese Toolchain verwendet Tools, die Teil des Continuous Delivery-Service sind. Wenn sich noch keine Instanz dieses Service in der ausgewählten Ressourcengruppe oder Organisation befindet, wird sie automatisch hinzugefügt, wenn Sie auf **Erstellen** klicken. Dabei ist der kostenlose Plan [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) ausgewählt.\n\nKlicken Sie auf **Erstellen**, um zu beginnen.\n\nSchritt-für-Schritt-Anweisungen finden Sie im [klassischen Lernprogramm](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) oder im [Tekton-Lernprogramm](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines)."
template.gettingStarted: " **Ihre Toolchain steht bereit!**\n**Schnelleinstieg:** Schreiben Sie eine Änderung im Git-Repository fest, um einen neuen Build für das Docker-Image auszulösen, der auf Sicherheitslücken geprüft und in Ihrem Kubernetes-Cluster bereitgestellt wird. Schrittweise Anweisungen finden Sie im [Lernprogramm](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) für diese Toolchain."
deploy.title: "Bereitstellungsphase von Hello World"
deploy.description: "Einfache Toolchain für Hello World"
......@@ -49,3 +49,37 @@ headerSVG.gitlab3: "GitLab"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "GitLab"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "Bitbucket"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "Bitbucket"
wizard.welcome.description: "Mit dieser Toolchain können Sie eine Anwendung entwickeln und sicher in einem Kubernetes-Cluster bereitstellen, der vom IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service verwaltet wird. Standardmäßig verwendet die Toolchain die Node.js-Beispiel-App 'Hello World', aber Sie können stattdessen auch eine eigene App bereitstellen und eine Verknüpfung zu dieser App herstellen."
wizard.sourceHost: "Quellenprovider"
wizard.step.application.title: "Anwendung"
wizard.step.vault.title: "Geheime Schlüssel"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "IBM Secrets Manager"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "Bereitstellung"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "Bereitstellungsziel"
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "Optionale Tools"
wizard.step.summary.title: "Zusammenfassung"
wizard.app.title: "Anwendung"
wizard.app.longDescription: "Standardmäßig wird Ihnen eine Beispielapp bereitgestellt. Sie können Ihre eigene App nutzen, indem Sie die Beispiel-URL durch die URL für Ihr eigenes Quellcode-Repository ersetzen. "
wizard.app.clone: "Standardbeispiel verwenden"
wizard.app.link: "Nutzen Sie Ihre eigene App"
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "Sie haben eine nicht unterstützte Konfigurationsoption ausgewählt. Aktivieren Sie **Erweiterte Optionen**. "
wizard.summary.title: "Zusammenfassung"
wizard.summary.success.title: "Herzlichen Glückwunsch"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "Sie haben die Konfiguration Ihrer Toolchain abgeschlossen. Klicken Sie auf die Schaltfläche 'Erstellen' unten, um die Toolchain mit Ihren ausgewählten Tools und Einstellungen zu erstellen. "
wizard.vault.title: "Verwaltung von geheimen Schlüsseln"
wizard.vault.longDescription: "Manche Tools in dieser Toolchain erfordern geheime Schlüssel für den Zugriff auf berechtigte Ressourcen. Ein IBM Cloud-API-Schlüssel ist ein Beispiel für einen solchen geheimen Schlüssel. Alle geheimen Schlüssel sollten sicher in einem Vault für geheime Schlüssel gespeichert und dann bei Bedarf durch die Toolchain referenziert werden. "
wizard.vault.keyProtect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.description: "Key Protect ist ein cloudbasierter Sicherheitsservice, der Lebenszyklusmanagement für Verschlüsselungsschlüssel bereitstellt, die in IBM Cloud-Services oder Kundenanwendungen verwendet werden. "
wizard.vault.secretsManager.title: "Secrets Manager"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.description: "Mit Secrets Manager können Sie geheime Schlüssel, die in IBM Cloud-Services oder Ihren Kundenanwendungen verwendet werden, erstellen, leasen und zentral verwalten. "
wizard.vault.hashicorp.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.description: "HashiCorp Vault ist eine Lösung zur Verwaltung geheimer Schlüssel, die Zugriff auf Systeme sowohl für Menschen als auch für Maschinen programmgesteuert makelt. "
wizard.vault.info: "Geben Sie die Provider geheimer Schlüssel an, die Ihre geheimen Schlüssel enthalten: "
wizard.optional.tools.title: "Andere Tools"
wizard.optional.tools.longDescription: "Dies sind optionale Tools, die in Ihre Toolchain eingeschlossen werden können. "
wizard.optional.tools.webide.title: "Orion WebIDE (keine Konfiguration erforderlich)"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.description: "Entwickeln Sie für das Web und die Cloud in dieser browserbasierten integrierte Entwicklungsumgebung (IDE)."
wizard.optional.tools.doi.title: "DevOps Insights (keine Konfiguration erforderlich)"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.description: "DevOps Insights stellt umfassende Einblicke aus gängigen Tools für kontinuierliche Integration und Continuous Delivery bereit, um die Geschwindigkeit und Steuerung der Bereitstellung Ihrer Anwendung zu erhöhen."
---
#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "1:Develop a Kubernetes app"
template.description: "2:With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into a Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can link to your own GitHub repository instead. This toolchain is preconfigured for continuous delivery with [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), source control, issue tracking, and online editing.\n\n You can manage your IBM Cloud Container clusters in the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nThis toolchain uses tools that are part of the Continuous Delivery service. If an instance of that service isn't already in the selected resource group or organization, when you click **Create**, it is automatically added with the free [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) plan selected.\n\nTo get started, click **Create**.\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, follow the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain)."
template.description: "2:With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into a Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can also bring your own app and link to it instead. This toolchain is preconfigured for continuous delivery with [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), source control, issue tracking, and online editing.\n\n You can manage your IBM Cloud Container clusters using the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nThis toolchain uses tools that are part of the Continuous Delivery service. If an instance of that service isn't already in the selected resource group or organization, when you click **Create**, it is automatically added with the free [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) plan selected.\n\nTo get started, click **Create**.\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, follow the [classic-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) or [tekton-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines)."
template.gettingStarted: "3: **Your toolchain is ready!**\n**Quick start:** Commit a change to the Git repo to trigger a new Docker image build, which will be scanned for vulnerabilites and deployed in your Kubernetes cluster. For step-by-step instructions, see the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) for this toolchain."
deploy.title: "4:Hello World Deploy Stage"
deploy.description: "5:hello-world simple toolchain"
......@@ -49,3 +49,37 @@ headerSVG.gitlab3: "46:GitLab"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "47:GitLab"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "48:Bitbucket"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "49:Bitbucket"
wizard.welcome.description: "50:With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into a Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can also bring your own app and link to it instead."
wizard.sourceHost: "51:Source Provider"
wizard.step.application.title: "52:Application"
wizard.step.vault.title: "53:Secrets"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "54:IBM Key Protect"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "55:IBM Secrets Manager"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "56:HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "57:Deploy"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "58:Deployment Target"
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "59:Optional Tools"
wizard.step.summary.title: "60:Summary"
wizard.app.title: "61:Application"
wizard.app.longDescription: "62:By default, it provides you with a sample app. You can bring your own app by replacing the sample URL with a URL to your own source code repository."
wizard.app.clone: "63:Use default sample"
wizard.app.link: "64:Bring your own app"
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "65:You have chosen an unsupported configuration option. Please enable **Advanced Options**."
wizard.summary.title: "66:Summary"
wizard.summary.success.title: "67:Congratulations"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "68:You have completed the configuration of your toolchain. Click the 'Create' button below to create the toolchain with your chosen tools and settings."
wizard.vault.title: "69:Secrets Management"
wizard.vault.longDescription: "70:Some tools in this toolchain require secrets to access privileged resources. An IBM Cloud API key is an example of such a secret. All secrets should be stored securely in a secrets vault and then referenced as required by the toolchain."
wizard.vault.keyProtect.title: "71:IBM Key Protect"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.description: "72:Key Protect is a cloud-based security service that provides life cycle management for encryption keys that are used in IBM Cloud services or customer-built applications."
wizard.vault.secretsManager.title: "73:Secrets Manager"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.description: "74:With Secrets Manager you can create, lease, and centrally manage secrets that are used in IBM Cloud services or your custom-built applications."
wizard.vault.hashicorp.title: "75:HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.description: "76:HashiCorp Vault is a secrets management solution that brokers access to systems for both humans and machines through programmatic access."
wizard.vault.info: "77:Please identify the secrets providers containing your secrets:"
wizard.optional.tools.title: "78:Other Tools"
wizard.optional.tools.longDescription: "79:These are optional tools that can be included in your toolchain."
wizard.optional.tools.webide.title: "80:Orion WebIDE (no configuration required)"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.description: "81:Develop for the web and the cloud in this browser-based integrated development environment (IDE)."
wizard.optional.tools.doi.title: "82:DevOps Insights (no configuration required)"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.description: "83:DevOps Insights provides comprehensive insights from popular continuous integration and continuous delivery tools to increase the speed and control of your application delivery."
---
#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "Develop a Kubernetes app~otc-ui1719"
template.description: "With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into a Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can link to your own GitHub repository instead. This toolchain is preconfigured for continuous delivery with [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), source control, issue tracking, and online editing.\n\n You can manage your IBM Cloud Container clusters in the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nThis toolchain uses tools that are part of the Continuous Delivery service. If an instance of that service isn't already in the selected resource group or organization, when you click **Create**, it is automatically added with the free [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) plan selected.\n\nTo get started, click **Create**.\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, follow the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain).~otc-ui1720"
template.gettingStarted: " **Your toolchain is ready!**\n**Quick start:** Commit a change to the Git repo to trigger a new Docker image build, which will be scanned for vulnerabilites and deployed in your Kubernetes cluster. For step-by-step instructions, see the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) for this toolchain.~otc-ui1721"
deploy.title: "Hello World Deploy Stage~otc-ui1722"
deploy.description: "hello-world simple toolchain~otc-ui1723"
deploy.longDescription: "The Delivery Pipeline automates continuous build, test and deploy of the Docker application.~otc-ui1724"
deploy.appDescription: "The name of your app~otc-ui1725"
deploy.appName: "App name~otc-ui1726"
deploy.apikeyDescription: "The IBM Cloud API key is used to access the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service API and interact with the cluster. You can obtain your API key with 'bx iam api-key-create' or via the console at https://cloud.ibm.com/iam#/apikeys by clicking **Create API key** (Each API key only can be viewed once).~otc-ui1727"
deploy.registryRegionDescription: "The IBM Cloud region for image registry~otc-ui1728"
deploy.registrynsDescription: "The namespace in the container image registry. You can set it up with {bx cr namespace-add]. Learn more at https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/Registry?topic=registry-getting-started#getting-started.~otc-ui1729"
deploy.regionDescription: "The IBM Cloud region for production deployment~otc-ui1730"
deploy.rgDescription: "The IBM Cloud resource group for production deployment~otc-ui1731"
deploy.clusterNameDescription: "The name of the production cluster. Retrieve it with [ibmcloud ks clusters] or via the console at https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters.~otc-ui1732"
deploy.namespaceDescription: "Production namespace~otc-ui1733"
deploy.apikey: "IBM Cloud API key~otc-ui1734"
deploy.containerregRegion: "Container registry region~otc-ui1735"
deploy.containerregns: "Container registry namespace~otc-ui1736"
deploy.imgregRegion: "Container image registry region~otc-ui1737"
deploy.imgregNs: "Container image registry namespace~otc-ui1738"
deploy.cluster: "Cluster name~otc-ui1739"
deploy.rg: "Resource Group~otc-ui1740"
deploy.clusterNs: "Cluster namespace~otc-ui1741"
deploy.clusterDescription: "Retrieve the Kubernetes cluster name with the CLI command 'ibmcloud ks clusters' or via the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).~otc-ui1742"
deploy.clusternsDescription: "If the cluster namespace doesn't exist already, it will be automatically created and configured.~otc-ui1743"
region: "Cluster region~otc-ui1744"
organization: "Organization~otc-ui1745"
space: "Space~otc-ui1746"
prodStage: "Production environment~otc-ui1747"
headerSVG.think: "THINK~otc-ui1748"
headerSVG.code: "CODE~otc-ui1749"
headerSVG.deliver: "DELIVER~otc-ui1750"
headerSVG.run: "RUN~otc-ui1751"
headerSVG.issueTracker: "ISSUE TRACKER~otc-ui1752"
headerSVG.gitlab1: "GitLab~otc-ui1753"
headerSVG.repository: "REPOSITORY~otc-ui1754"
headerSVG.gitlab2: "GitLab~otc-ui1755"
headerSVG.pipeline: "PIPELINE~otc-ui1756"
headerSVG.ibmCloud: "IBM Cloud~otc-ui1757"
headerSVG.bluemix: "BLUEMIX~otc-ui1758"
headerSVG.webIde: "WEB IDE~otc-ui1759"
headerSVG.kubernetes: "Kubernetes~otc-ui1760"
headerSVG.cluster: "Cluster~otc-ui1761"
headerSVG.github1: "GitHub~otc-ui1762"
headerSVG.github2: "GitHub~otc-ui1763"
headerSVG.gitlab3: "GitLab~otc-ui1764"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "GitLab~otc-ui1765"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "Bitbucket~otc-ui1766"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "Bitbucket~otc-ui1767"
template.name: "Develop a Kubernetes app~otc-ui2051"
template.description: "With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into a Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can also bring your own app and link to it instead. This toolchain is preconfigured for continuous delivery with [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), source control, issue tracking, and online editing.\n\n You can manage your IBM Cloud Container clusters using the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nThis toolchain uses tools that are part of the Continuous Delivery service. If an instance of that service isn't already in the selected resource group or organization, when you click **Create**, it is automatically added with the free [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) plan selected.\n\nTo get started, click **Create**.\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, follow the [classic-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) or [tekton-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines).~otc-ui2052"
template.gettingStarted: " **Your toolchain is ready!**\n**Quick start:** Commit a change to the Git repo to trigger a new Docker image build, which will be scanned for vulnerabilites and deployed in your Kubernetes cluster. For step-by-step instructions, see the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) for this toolchain.~otc-ui2053"
deploy.title: "Hello World Deploy Stage~otc-ui2054"
deploy.description: "hello-world simple toolchain~otc-ui2055"
deploy.longDescription: "The Delivery Pipeline automates continuous build, test and deploy of the Docker application.~otc-ui2056"
deploy.appDescription: "The name of your app~otc-ui2057"
deploy.appName: "App name~otc-ui2058"
deploy.apikeyDescription: "The IBM Cloud API key is used to access the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service API and interact with the cluster. You can obtain your API key with 'bx iam api-key-create' or via the console at https://cloud.ibm.com/iam#/apikeys by clicking **Create API key** (Each API key only can be viewed once).~otc-ui2059"
deploy.registryRegionDescription: "The IBM Cloud region for image registry~otc-ui2060"
deploy.registrynsDescription: "The namespace in the container image registry. You can set it up with {bx cr namespace-add]. Learn more at https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/Registry?topic=registry-getting-started#getting-started.~otc-ui2061"
deploy.regionDescription: "The IBM Cloud region for production deployment~otc-ui2062"
deploy.rgDescription: "The IBM Cloud resource group for production deployment~otc-ui2063"
deploy.clusterNameDescription: "The name of the production cluster. Retrieve it with [ibmcloud ks clusters] or via the console at https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters.~otc-ui2064"
deploy.namespaceDescription: "Production namespace~otc-ui2065"
deploy.apikey: "IBM Cloud API key~otc-ui2066"
deploy.containerregRegion: "Container registry region~otc-ui2067"
deploy.containerregns: "Container registry namespace~otc-ui2068"
deploy.imgregRegion: "Container image registry region~otc-ui2069"
deploy.imgregNs: "Container image registry namespace~otc-ui2070"
deploy.cluster: "Cluster name~otc-ui2071"
deploy.rg: "Resource Group~otc-ui2072"
deploy.clusterNs: "Cluster namespace~otc-ui2073"
deploy.clusterDescription: "Retrieve the Kubernetes cluster name with the CLI command 'ibmcloud ks clusters' or via the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).~otc-ui2074"
deploy.clusternsDescription: "If the cluster namespace doesn't exist already, it will be automatically created and configured.~otc-ui2075"
region: "Cluster region~otc-ui2076"
organization: "Organization~otc-ui2077"
space: "Space~otc-ui2078"
prodStage: "Production environment~otc-ui2079"
headerSVG.think: "THINK~otc-ui2080"
headerSVG.code: "CODE~otc-ui2081"
headerSVG.deliver: "DELIVER~otc-ui2082"
headerSVG.run: "RUN~otc-ui2083"
headerSVG.issueTracker: "ISSUE TRACKER~otc-ui2084"
headerSVG.gitlab1: "GitLab~otc-ui2085"
headerSVG.repository: "REPOSITORY~otc-ui2086"
headerSVG.gitlab2: "GitLab~otc-ui2087"
headerSVG.pipeline: "PIPELINE~otc-ui2088"
headerSVG.ibmCloud: "IBM Cloud~otc-ui2089"
headerSVG.bluemix: "BLUEMIX~otc-ui2090"
headerSVG.webIde: "WEB IDE~otc-ui2091"
headerSVG.kubernetes: "Kubernetes~otc-ui2092"
headerSVG.cluster: "Cluster~otc-ui2093"
headerSVG.github1: "GitHub~otc-ui2094"
headerSVG.github2: "GitHub~otc-ui2095"
headerSVG.gitlab3: "GitLab~otc-ui2096"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "GitLab~otc-ui2097"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "Bitbucket~otc-ui2098"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "Bitbucket~otc-ui2099"
wizard.welcome.description: "With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into a Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can also bring your own app and link to it instead.~otc-ui2100"
wizard.sourceHost: "Source Provider~otc-ui2101"
wizard.step.application.title: "Application~otc-ui2102"
wizard.step.vault.title: "Secrets~otc-ui2103"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "IBM Key Protect~otc-ui2104"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "IBM Secrets Manager~otc-ui2105"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "HashiCorp Vault~otc-ui2106"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "Deploy~otc-ui2107"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "Deployment Target~otc-ui2108"
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "Optional Tools~otc-ui2109"
wizard.step.summary.title: "Summary~otc-ui2110"
wizard.app.title: "Application~otc-ui2111"
wizard.app.longDescription: "By default, it provides you with a sample app. You can bring your own app by replacing the sample URL with a URL to your own source code repository.~otc-ui2112"
wizard.app.clone: "Use default sample~otc-ui2113"
wizard.app.link: "Bring your own app~otc-ui2114"
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "You have chosen an unsupported configuration option. Please enable **Advanced Options**.~otc-ui2115"
wizard.summary.title: "Summary~otc-ui2116"
wizard.summary.success.title: "Congratulations~otc-ui2117"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "You have completed the configuration of your toolchain. Click the 'Create' button below to create the toolchain with your chosen tools and settings.~otc-ui2118"
wizard.vault.title: "Secrets Management~otc-ui2119"
wizard.vault.longDescription: "Some tools in this toolchain require secrets to access privileged resources. An IBM Cloud API key is an example of such a secret. All secrets should be stored securely in a secrets vault and then referenced as required by the toolchain.~otc-ui2120"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.title: "IBM Key Protect~otc-ui2121"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.description: "Key Protect is a cloud-based security service that provides life cycle management for encryption keys that are used in IBM Cloud services or customer-built applications.~otc-ui2122"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.title: "Secrets Manager~otc-ui2123"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.description: "With Secrets Manager you can create, lease, and centrally manage secrets that are used in IBM Cloud services or your custom-built applications.~otc-ui2124"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.title: "HashiCorp Vault~otc-ui2125"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.description: "HashiCorp Vault is a secrets management solution that brokers access to systems for both humans and machines through programmatic access.~otc-ui2126"
wizard.vault.info: "Please identify the secrets providers containing your secrets:~otc-ui2127"
wizard.optional.tools.title: "Other Tools~otc-ui2128"
wizard.optional.tools.longDescription: "These are optional tools that can be included in your toolchain.~otc-ui2129"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.title: "Orion WebIDE (no configuration required)~otc-ui2130"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.description: "Develop for the web and the cloud in this browser-based integrated development environment (IDE).~otc-ui2131"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.title: "DevOps Insights (no configuration required)~otc-ui2132"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.description: "DevOps Insights provides comprehensive insights from popular continuous integration and continuous delivery tools to increase the speed and control of your application delivery.~otc-ui2133"
---
#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "[G'Develop Kubernetes appฏูİı|]"
template.description: "[G'With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can link to your own GitHub repository instead. This toolchain is preconfigured for continuous delivery with [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), source control, issue tracking, and online editing.\n\n You can manage your IBM Cloud Container clusters in the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nThis toolchain uses tools that are part of the Continuous Delivery service. If an instance of that service isn't already in the selected resource group or organization, when you click **Create**, it is automatically added with the free [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) plan selected.\n\nTo get started, click **Create**.\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, follow the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain).ฏูİı|]"
template.description: "[G'With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can also bring your own app and link to it instead. This toolchain is preconfigured for continuous delivery with [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), source control, issue tracking, and online editing.\n\n You can manage your IBM Cloud Container clusters using the [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nThis toolchain uses tools that are part of the Continuous Delivery service. If an instance of that service isn't already in the selected resource group or organization, when you click **Create**, it is automatically added with the free [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) plan selected.\n\nTo get started, click **Create**.\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, follow the [classic-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) or [tekton-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines).ฏูİı|]"
template.gettingStarted: "[G' **Your toolchain is ready!**\n**Quick start:** Commit change to the Git repo to trigger new Docker image build, which will be scanned for vulnerabilites and deployed in your Kubernetes cluster. For step-by-step instructions, see the [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) for this toolchain.ฏูİı|]"
deploy.title: "[G'Hello World Deploy Stageฏูİı|]"
deploy.description: "[G'hello-world simple toolchainฏูİı|]"
......@@ -49,3 +49,37 @@ headerSVG.gitlab3: "[G'GitLabฏูİı|]"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "[G'GitLabฏูİı|]"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "[G'Bitbucketฏูİı|]"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "[G'Bitbucketฏูİı|]"
wizard.welcome.description: "[G'With this toolchain, you can develop and deploy an application securely into Kubernetes cluster managed by the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. By default, the toolchain uses a sample Node.js \"Hello World\" app, but you can also bring your own app and link to it instead.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.sourceHost: "[G'Source Providerฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.application.title: "[G'Applicationฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.vault.title: "[G'Secretsฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "[G'IBM Key Protectฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "[G'IBM Secrets Managerฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "[G'HashiCorp Vaultฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "[G'Deployฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "[G'Deployment Targetฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "[G'Optional Toolsฏูİı|]"
wizard.step.summary.title: "[G'Summaryฏูİı|]"
wizard.app.title: "[G'Applicationฏูİı|]"
wizard.app.longDescription: "[G'By default, it provides you with sample app. You can bring your own app by replacing the sample URL with a URL to your own source code repository.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.app.clone: "[G'Use default sampleฏูİı|]"
wizard.app.link: "[G'Bring your own appฏูİı|]"
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "[G'You have chosen an unsupported configuration option. Please enable **Advanced Options**.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.summary.title: "[G'Summaryฏูİı|]"
wizard.summary.success.title: "[G'Congratulationsฏูİı|]"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "[G'You have completed the configuration of your toolchain. Click the 'Create' button below to create the toolchain with your chosen tools and settings.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.title: "[G'Secrets Managementฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.longDescription: "[G'Some tools in this toolchain require secrets to access privileged resources. An IBM Cloud API key is an example of such a secret. All secrets should be stored securely in a secrets vault and then referenced as required by the toolchain.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.title: "[G'IBM Key Protectฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.description: "[G'Key Protect is cloud-based security service that provides life cycle management for encryption keys that are used in IBM Cloud services or customer-built applications.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.title: "[G'Secrets Managerฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.description: "[G'With Secrets Manager you can create, lease, and centrally manage secrets that are used in IBM Cloud services or your custom-built applications.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.title: "[G'HashiCorp Vaultฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.description: "[G'HashiCorp Vault is secrets management solution that brokers access to systems for both humans and machines through programmatic access.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.vault.info: "[G'Please identify the secrets providers containing your secrets:ฏูİı|]"
wizard.optional.tools.title: "[G'Other Toolsฏูİı|]"
wizard.optional.tools.longDescription: "[G'These are optional tools that can be included in your toolchain.ฏูİı|]"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.title: "[G'Orion WebIDE (no configuration required)ฏูİı|]"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.description: "[G'Develop for the web and the cloud in this browser-based integrated development environment (IDE).ฏูİı|]"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.title: "[G'DevOps Insights (no configuration required)ฏูİı|]"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.description: "[G'DevOps Insights provides comprehensive insights from popular continuous integration and continuous delivery tools to increase the speed and control of your application delivery.ฏูİı|]"
---
#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "Desarrollar una app de Kubernetes"
template.description: "Con esta cadena de herramientas, puede desarrollar y desplegar una aplicación de forma segura en un clúster de Kubernetes gestionado por IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. De forma predeterminada, la cadena de herramientas utiliza una aplicación de muestra Node.js \"Hello World\", pero puede enlazar a su propio repositorio GitHub en su lugar. Esta cadena de herramientas está preconfigurada para la entrega continua con [Asesor de vulnerabilidades](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), control de origen, seguimiento de problemas y edición en línea.\n\n Puede gestionar los clústeres de IBM Cloud Container en la [consola](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nEsta cadena de herramientas utiliza herramientas que forman parte del servicio de Continuous Delivery. Si aún no hay una instancia de dicho servicio en la organización o el grupo de recursos seleccionado, cuando pulse **Crear**, se añadirá automáticamente con el plan sin coste [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) seleccionado.\n\nPara comenzar, pulse **Crear**.\n\nPara obtener instrucciones detalladas paso a paso, siga la [guía de aprendizaje](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain)."
template.description: "Con esta cadena de herramientas, puede desarrollar y desplegar una aplicación de forma segura en un clúster de Kubernetes gestionado por IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. De forma predeterminada, la cadena de herramientas utiliza un aplicación Node.js \"Hello World\" de ejemplo pero, en su lugar también puede utilizar su propia aplicación y enlazarla. Esta cadena de herramientas se ha preconfigurado para la entrega continua con [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), control de origen, seguimiento de problemas y edición en línea.\n\n Puede gestionar los clústeres de IBM Cloud Container en [console](https://Cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nEsta cadena de herramientas utiliza herramientas que forman parte del servicio de Continuous Delivery. Si aún no hay una instancia de dicho servicio en la organización o el grupo de recursos seleccionado, cuando pulse **Crear**, se añadirá automáticamente con el plan sin coste [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) seleccionado.\n\nPara comenzar, pulse **Crear**.\n\nPara obtener instrucciones paso a paso, siga [classic-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) o [tekton-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines)."
template.gettingStarted: " **¡Su cadena de herramientas está lista!**\n**Inicio rápido:** Confirme un cambio en el repositorio Git para desencadenar una nueva compilación de imagen Docker que se rastreará en busca de vulnerabilidades y se desplegará en su clúster de Kubernetes. Para obtener instrucciones detalladas paso a paso, consulte la [guía de aprendizaje](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) de esta cadena de herramientas."
deploy.title: "Hello World Deploy Stage"
deploy.description: "cadena de herramientas simple hello-world"
......@@ -49,3 +49,37 @@ headerSVG.gitlab3: "GitLab"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "GitLab"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "Bitbucket"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "Bitbucket"
wizard.welcome.description: "Con esta cadena de herramientas, puede desarrollar y desplegar una aplicación de forma segura en un clúster de Kubernetes gestionado por IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. De forma predeterminada, la cadena de herramientas utiliza un aplicación Node.js \"Hello World\" de ejemplo pero, en su lugar también puede utilizar su propia aplicación y enlazarla."
wizard.sourceHost: "Proveedor de origen"
wizard.step.application.title: "Aplicación"
wizard.step.vault.title: "Secretos"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "IBM Secrets Manager"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "Desplegar"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "Destino de despliegue"
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "Herramientas opcionales"
wizard.step.summary.title: "Resumen"
wizard.app.title: "Aplicación"
wizard.app.longDescription: "De forma predeterminada, le proporciona una aplicación de ejemplo. Puede utilizar su propia aplicación sustituyendo el URL de ejemplo con un URL a su propio repositorio de código fuente."
wizard.app.clone: "Utilizar ejemplo predeterminado"
wizard.app.link: "Utilizar su propia aplicación"
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "Ha elegido una opción de configuración no soportada. Habilite **Opciones avanzadas**."
wizard.summary.title: "Resumen"
wizard.summary.success.title: "¡Enhorabuena!"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "Ha completado la configuración de la cadena de herramientas. Pulse el siguiente botón 'Crear' para crear la cadena de herramientas con las herramientas y los valores que ha elegido."
wizard.vault.title: "Gestión de secretos"
wizard.vault.longDescription: "Algunas herramientas de esta cadena de herramientas requieren secretos para poder acceder a recursos con privilegios. Una clave de API de IBM Cloud es un ejemplo de dicho secreto. Todos los secretos se deben almacenar de forma segura en una caja fuerte de secretos y, a continuación, consultarlos según lo requiera la cadena de herramientas."
wizard.vault.keyProtect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.description: "Key Protect es un servicio de seguridad basado en la nube que proporciona la gestión del ciclo de vida para las claves de cifrado que se utilizan en servicios de IBM Cloud o en aplicaciones creadas por el cliente."
wizard.vault.secretsManager.title: "Secrets Manager"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.description: "Con Secrets Manager puede crear, ceder y gestionar de forma central los secretos que se utilizan en servicios de IBM Cloud o en aplicaciones personalizadas."
wizard.vault.hashicorp.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.description: "HashiCorp Vault es una solución de gestión de secretos que distribuye el acceso a sistemas tanto para personas como para máquinas a través de un acceso programático."
wizard.vault.info: "Identifique los proveedores de secretos que contienen sus secretos:"
wizard.optional.tools.title: "Otras herramientas"
wizard.optional.tools.longDescription: "Estas son herramientas opcionales que se pueden incluir en la cadena de herramientas."
wizard.optional.tools.webide.title: "Orion WebIDE (no requiere configuración)"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.description: "Desarrollo para web y nube en IDE basado en navegador."
wizard.optional.tools.doi.title: "DevOps Insights (no requiere configuración)"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.description: "DevOps Insights proporciona información completa de herramientas populares de integración continua y de entrega continua para aumentar la velocidad y el control de la entrega de aplicaciones."
---
#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "Développez une application Kubernetes"
template.description: "Avec cette chaîne d'outils, vous pouvez développer et déployer une application de manière sécurisée dans un cluster Kubernetes géré par le service IBM Cloud Kubernetes. Par défaut, la chaîne d'outils utilise un exemple d'application Node.js \"Hello World\", mais vous pouvez établir une liaison vers votre propre référentiel GitHub à la place. Cette chaîne d'outils est configurée pour la distribution continue avec [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), le contrôle des sources, le suivi de problèmes et l'édition en ligne.\n\n Vous pouvez gérer vos clusters IBM Cloud Container dans la [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nCette chaîne d'outils utilise des outils qui font partie du service Continuous Delivery. Si aucune instance de ce service n'existe dans l'organisation ou le groupe de ressources sélectionné, elle est automatiquement ajoutée lorsque vous cliquez sur **Créer**, avec le plan gratuit [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) sélectionné.\n\nPour commencer, cliquez sur **Créer**.\n\nPour obtenir des instructions étape par étape, reportez-vous au [tutoriel](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain)."
template.name: "Développement d'une application Kubernetes"
template.description: "Avec cette chaîne d'outils, vous pouvez développer et déployer une application de manière sécurisée dans un cluster Kubernetes géré par le service IBM Cloud Kubernetes. Par défaut, la chaîne d'outils utilise un modèle d'application Node.js \"Hello World\", mais vous pouvez aussi apporter votre propre application et établir une liaison vers celle-ci à la place. Cette chaîne d'outils est configurée pour la distribution continue avec [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), le contrôle des sources, le suivi de problèmes et l'édition en ligne.\n\n Vous pouvez gérer vos clusters IBM Cloud Container à l'aide de la [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nCette chaîne d'outils utilise des outils qui font partie du service Continuous Delivery. Si aucune instance de ce service n'existe dans l'organisation ou le groupe de ressources sélectionné, elle est automatiquement ajoutée lorsque vous cliquez sur **Créer**, avec le plan gratuit [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) sélectionné.\n\nPour commencer, cliquez sur **Créer**.\n\nPour des instructions étape par étape, reportez-vous au [tutoriel-classic](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) ou au [tutoriel-tekton](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines)."
template.gettingStarted: " **Votre chaîne d'outils est prête !**\n**Démarrage rapide :** validez une modification dans le référentiel Git afin de déclencher une nouvelle génération d'image Docker, qui fera l'objet d'une analyse de vulnérabilité et sera déployée dans votre cluster Kubernetes. Pour obtenir des instructions étape par étape, reportez-vous au [tutoriel](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) relatif à cette chaîne d'outils."
deploy.title: "Etape de déploiement Hello World"
deploy.description: "Chaîne d'outils hello-world simple"
deploy.longDescription: "Delivery Pipeline automatise la génération, le test et le déploiement continu de l'application Docker."
deploy.appDescription: "Nom de votre appli"
deploy.appDescription: "Nom de votre application"
deploy.appName: "Nom de l'application"
deploy.apikeyDescription: "La clé d'API IBM Cloud est utilisée pour accéder à l'API IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service et pour interagir avec le cluster. Vous pouvez obtenir votre clé d'API avec 'bx iam api-key-create' ou via la console à l'adresse https://cloud.ibm.com/iam#/apikeys en cliquant sur **Créer une clé d'API** (chaque clé d'API ne peut être affichée qu'une seule fois)."
deploy.apikeyDescription: "La clé d'API IBM Cloud est utilisée pour accéder à l'API IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service et pour interagir avec le cluster. Vous pouvez obtenir votre clé d'API avec 'bx iam api-key-create' ou via la console à l'adresse https://cloud.ibm.com/iam#/apikeys en cliquant sur **Créer une clé d'API** (chaque clé d'API ne peut être visualisée qu'une seule fois)."
deploy.registryRegionDescription: "Région IBM Cloud du registre d'images"
deploy.registrynsDescription: "Espace de nom dans le registre d'image de conteneur. Vous pouvez le définir avec {bx cr namespace-add]. Pour en savoir plus, consultez la page https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/Registry?topic=registry-getting-started#getting-started."
deploy.regionDescription: "Région IBM Cloud du déploiement de production"
......@@ -49,3 +49,37 @@ headerSVG.gitlab3: "GitLab"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "GitLab"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "Bitbucket"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "Bitbucket"
wizard.welcome.description: "Avec cette chaîne d'outils, vous pouvez développer et déployer une application de manière sécurisée dans un cluster Kubernetes géré par le service IBM Cloud Kubernetes. Par défaut, la chaîne d'outils utilise un modèle d'application Node.js \"Hello World\", mais vous pouvez aussi apporter votre propre application et établir une liaison vers celle-ci à la place."
wizard.sourceHost: "Fournisseur source "
wizard.step.application.title: "Application"
wizard.step.vault.title: "Secrets"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "IBM Secrets Manager"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "Déployer"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "Cible de déploiement"
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "Outils facultatifs"
wizard.step.summary.title: "Récapitulatif"
wizard.app.title: "Application"
wizard.app.longDescription: "Par défaut, un modèle d'application est fourni. Vous pouvez apporter votre propre application en remplaçant l'exemple d'URL par une URL permettant d'accéder à votre propre référentiel de code source. "
wizard.app.clone: "Utiliser l'exemple par défaut "
wizard.app.link: "Apporter ma propre application "
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "Vous avez choisi une option de configuration non prise en charge. Activez **Options avancées**."
wizard.summary.title: "Récapitulatif"
wizard.summary.success.title: "Félicitations !"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "Vous avez terminé la configuration de votre chaîne d'outils. Cliquez sur le bouton 'Créer' ci-dessous pour créer la chaîne d'outils avec les outils et les paramètres de votre choix. "
wizard.vault.title: "Gestion des secrets"
wizard.vault.longDescription: "Certains outils dans cette chaîne d'outils requièrent des secrets pour pouvoir accéder aux ressources privilégiées. Par exemple, un secret peut être une clé d'API IBM Cloud. Tous les secrets doivent être stockés de façon sécurisée dans un coffre de secrets, puis référencés selon les besoins par la chaîne d'outils. "
wizard.vault.keyProtect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.vault.keyProtect.description: "Key Protect est un service de sécurité reposant sur le cloud qui permet de gérer le cycle de vie des clés de chiffrement utilisées dans les services IBM Cloud ou dans les applications générées par le client. "
wizard.vault.secretsManager.title: "Secrets Manager"
wizard.vault.secretsManager.description: "Avec Secrets Manager, vous pouvez créer, louer et gérer de manière centralisée les secrets utilisés dans les services IBM Cloud ou vos applications personnalisées."
wizard.vault.hashicorp.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.vault.hashicorp.description: "HashiCorp Vault est une solution de gestion des secrets qui négocie l'accès aux systèmes, aussi bien pour les humains que pour les machines, à l'aide d'un programme. "
wizard.vault.info: "Identifiez les fournisseurs de secrets contenant vos secrets : "
wizard.optional.tools.title: "Autres outils"
wizard.optional.tools.longDescription: "Il s'agit d'outils facultatifs pouvant être inclus dans votre chaîne d'outils. "
wizard.optional.tools.webide.title: "Orion WebIDE (aucune configuration requise)"
wizard.optional.tools.webide.description: "Développez pour le Web et le cloud dans cet environnement de développement intégré (IDE)."
wizard.optional.tools.doi.title: "DevOps Insights (aucune configuration requise)"
wizard.optional.tools.doi.description: "DevOps Insights fournit des informations complètes tirées d'outils populaires d'intégration continue et de distribution continue pour augmenter la vitesse et le contrôle de la livraison de vos applications."
---
#The format for creating a link with a URL and text is [link text](link url) with no spaces or characters between the two sets of brackets- []()
template.name: "Sviluppa un'app Kubernetes"
template.description: "Con questa toolchain, è possibile sviluppare e distribuire un'applicazione in modo sicuro in un cluster Kubernetes gestito da IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. Per impostazione predefinita, la toolchain utilizza un'app \"Hello World\" Node.js di esempio, ma è possibile effettuare il collegamento al proprio repository GitHub. Questa toolchain è preconfigurata per Continuous Delivery con controllo origine [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), Issue tracking e modifica in linea.\n\n È possibile gestire i cluster IBM Cloud Container nella [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nQuesta toolchain usa strumenti di Continuous Delivery. Se un'istanza di tale servizio non è già presente nell'organizzazione o nel gruppo di risorse selezionato, quando si fa clic su **Crea**, viene automaticamente aggiunta al piano gratuito [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) selezionato.\n\nPer iniziare, fare clic su **Crea**.\n\nPer istruzioni dettagliate, seguire il [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain)."
template.description: "Con questa toolchain, è possibile sviluppare e distribuire un'applicazione in modo sicuro in un cluster Kubernetes gestito da IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. Per impostazione predefinita, la toolchain utilizza un'app Node.js \"Hello World\" di esempio, ma, invece, è possibile anche utilizzare la propria app e collegarla ad essa. Questa toolchain è preconfigurata per continuous delivery con [Vulnerability Advisor](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/va?topic=va-va_index), [Code Risk Analyzer](https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/ContinuousDelivery?topic=ContinuousDelivery-cd-configure-cra-repos), controllo origine, issue tracking e modifiche in linea.\n\nÈ possibile gestire i cluster IBM Cloud Container utilizzando [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters).\n\nQuesta toolchain usa strumenti di Continuous Delivery. Se un'istanza di tale servizio non è già presente nell'organizzazione o nel gruppo di risorse selezionato, quando si fa clic su **Crea**, viene automaticamente aggiunta al piano gratuito [Lite](/catalog/services/continuous-delivery/) selezionato.\n\nPer iniziare, fare clic su **Crea**.\n\nPer le istruzioni passo dopo passo, seguire [classic-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain) o [tekton-tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/architecture/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain-with-tekton-pipelines)."
template.gettingStarted: " **La toolchain è pronta!**\n**Avvio rapido:** Eseguire il commit di una modifica al repository Git per attivare una nuova build dell'immagine Docker che verrà sottoposta a scansione per individuare le vulnerabilità e distribuita nel cluster Kubernetes. Per istruzioni dettagliate, consultare il [tutorial](https://www.ibm.com/cloud/garage/tutorials/use-develop-kubernetes-app-toolchain?task=2) per questa toolchain."
deploy.title: "Stage di distribuzione Hello World"
deploy.description: "Toolchain hello-world semplice"
......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ deploy.registryRegionDescription: "La regione IBM Cloud per il registro immagine
deploy.registrynsDescription: "Lo spazio dei nomi nel registro immagine contenitore. È possibile impostarlo con {bx cr namespace-add]. Ulteriori informazioni all'indirizzo https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/services/Registry?topic=registry-getting-started#getting-started."
deploy.regionDescription: "La regione IBM Cloud per la distribuzione di produzione"
deploy.rgDescription: "Il gruppo di risorse IBM Cloud per la distribuzione di produzione"
deploy.clusterNameDescription: "Il nome del cluster di produzione. Richiamarlo con [ibmcloud ks clusters] o mediante la console all'indirizzo https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters. "
deploy.clusterNameDescription: "Il nome del cluster di produzione. Richiamarlo con [ibmcloud ks clusters] o mediante la console all'indirizzo https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters."
deploy.namespaceDescription: "Spazio dei nomi di produzione"
deploy.apikey: "Chiave API IBM Cloud"
deploy.containerregRegion: "Regione Container registry"
......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ deploy.imgregNs: "Spazio dei nomi registro immagine contenitore"
deploy.cluster: "Nome cluster"
deploy.rg: "Gruppo di risorse"
deploy.clusterNs: "Spazio dei nomi cluster"
deploy.clusterDescription: "Richiamare il nome del cluster Kubernetes con il comando CLI 'ibmcloud ks clusters' o mediante la [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters). "
deploy.clusterDescription: "Richiamare il nome del cluster Kubernetes con il comando CLI 'ibmcloud ks clusters' o mediante la [console](https://cloud.ibm.com/kubernetes/clusters)."
deploy.clusternsDescription: "Se lo spazio dei nomi del cluster non esiste già, verrà creato e configurato automaticamente."
region: "Regione cluster"
organization: "Organizzazione"
......@@ -49,3 +49,37 @@ headerSVG.gitlab3: "GitLab"
headerSVG.gitlab4: "GitLab"
headerSVG.bitbucket1: "Bitbucket"
headerSVG.bitbucket2: "Bitbucket"
wizard.welcome.description: "Con questa toolchain, è possibile sviluppare e distribuire un'applicazione in modo sicuro in un cluster Kubernetes gestito da IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. Per impostazione predefinita, la toolchain utilizza un'app Node.js \"Hello World\" di esempio, ma, invece, è possibile anche utilizzare la propria app e collegarla ad essa."
wizard.sourceHost: "Provider origine"
wizard.step.application.title: "Applicazione"
wizard.step.vault.title: "Segreti"
wizard.step.keyprotect.title: "IBM Key Protect"
wizard.step.secretsmanager.title: "IBM Secrets Manager"
wizard.step.hashicorpvault.title: "HashiCorp Vault"
wizard.step.deploy.label: "Distribuisci"
wizard.step.deploy.title: "Destinazione della distribuzione "
wizard.step.optionaltools.title: "Strumenti facoltativi "
wizard.step.summary.title: "Riepilogo"
wizard.app.title: "Applicazione"
wizard.app.longDescription: "Per impostazione predefinita, fornisce un'app di esempio. È possibile utilizzare la propria app sostituendo l'URL di esempio con un URL del proprio repository del codice sorgente."
wizard.app.clone: "Utilizza l'esempio predefinito"
wizard.app.link: "Utilizza la tua app"
wizard.repo.invalidOptionMsg: "È stata scelta un'opzione di configurazione non supportata. Abilitare **Opzioni avanzate**."
wizard.summary.title: "Riepilogo"
wizard.summary.success.title: "Congratulazioni"
wizard.summary.success.subtitle: "È stata completata la configurazione della toolchain. Fare clic sul pulsante 'Crea' per creare la toolchain con gli strumenti e le impostazioni scelte."
wizard.vault.title: "Gestione dei segreti"