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Container Registry Images are always available and accessible. They are securely stored, load balanced and replicated across our internal object storage buckets.
Forget about maintenance, we manage your Docker Registry from the installation to the security updates. You don’t need to be a sysadmin to have your own Container Registry. Start uploading your images in a few clicks.
We offer an entirely new Docker Registry experience. Easily control your Namespaces and Images with our user-friendly graphical interface.
Creating namespaces, changing access rights, adding descriptions and deleting your images has never been easier. Get started in seconds!
Track any change in your container image versions and easily revert your deployment if needed. Choose which image version you want to keep and delete the ones you don’t.
The interaction between a
docker command and the registry is done client-side. This means the registry never contacts the authentication api : it only tells the docker client to contact it. For every docker action, a request is made to the api-controller and verify the token validity before executing the request.
Control your privacy policies at either the namespace level or the container image level. By default, privacy policies for Docker images will inherit properties from Namespace. However, you can change the privacy policies of the images to suit your needs.
Deploy your container image onto our Serverless Service (Container as a Service) or on your Kubernetes Kapsule cluster. Enjoy free intra-regional transfer to deploy your images anytime you need.
We ensure your services are always up and running. Our technical assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer all your questions and to assist you. Simply open a new ticket in case of a problem. You can also reach our support directly by phone or to get faster responses if you upgrade your support plan.
Using a Container Registry makes it easy for you to store, manage, and deploy container images. From development to production, free yourself of integration processes thanks to our managed Container Registry solution. Don’t worry about your registries administration or how to scale infrastructure. We take care of grouping your images into logical units and guaranteeing their high availability (distributed on several hosts, redundancy, and scaling). Just focus on your continuous integration and deployment logic.
To deploy your containers from our Container Registry, we launched Kubernetes Kapsule. It is the ideal solution to quickly orchestrate the deployment of all your containerized applications in a flexible infrastructure. You no longer have to ask your infrastructure / network department to deploy a virtual machine; everything is managed. This means saving time on your projects and complete autonomy for your production management.
Thanks to our Container Registry solution, your DevOps team can work in a simplified and optimized development environment. Regardless of the OS you use, you will always be working on the same version of the application thanks to Docker. This allows you to control the versioning process, as your entire team is synchronised in real-time. All you have to do is launch the latest version of your container.
Namespaces enable you to manage repositories in a simple, clear and human-readable way. A namespace is a collection of container images that have a unique identifier (each Namespace can only exist one time). A namespace belongs to a user, responsible for configuring the push and pull permissions.
Container images are files that include all the requirements and instructions of a complete and executable version of an application. When running an image, it becomes one or multiple instances of that application .You can pull the image instructions, edit its settings, view its versions or delete it.
Our Container Registry service is currently available in our
fr-par (Paris, France) and
nl-ams (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Availability Zones.
Yes, Scaleway Container Registry supports versioning and you can store as many versions of an image as you need.
Each Namespace has a unique name in each geographical area. If the Namespace is already taken, it is unfortunately no longer available.
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