The configuration admin bridge reads all of the relevant profiles and creates an OSGi configuration to represent them. The provisioning and system information are then stored under the
io.fabric8.agent PID (in the context of the OSGi Configuration Admin service, a PID is a named collection of property settings).
If an assigned profile belongs to a hierarchy (profile inheritance) or if multiple profiles are assigned to the container, the configuration admin bridge takes this into account, resolving any overlapping configuration settings to produce an overlay view of the profiles. There is only one
io.fabric8.agent PID, even when there are multiple assigned profiles.
The output from the configuration admin bridge is just a set of key-value pairs stored under the