Package up graphical applications in containers and run them with podman. 🚢
Run rootless Linux containers without any daemons using docker-compose and podman on Fedora! 📦
Many cloud providers give you lots of memory with each instance and you can speed up tests and builds by using a ramdisk.
Buildah and podman work well with the vfs storage driver, but the default mount options can cause problems.
My team at Red Hat depends heavily on GitLab CI and we build containers often to run all kinds of tests. Fortunately, GitLab offers up CI to build containers and a container registry in every repository to hold the containers we build. This is really handy because it keeps everything together in one place: your container build scripts, your container build infrastructure, and the registry that holds your containers. Better yet, you can put multiple types of containers underneath a single git repository if you need to build containers based on different Linux distributions.