Container Registry pricing
Manage a Private Docker Registry as a first-class Azure resource
Azure Container Registry provides storage of private Docker container images, enabling fast, scalable retrieval and network-close deployment of container workloads on Azure. Additional capabilities include geo-replication, image signing with Docker Content Trust, Helm Chart Repositories and Task base compute for building, testing, patching container workloads.
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Important: The price in R$ is merely a reference; this is an international transaction and the final price is subject to exchange rates and the inclusion of IOF taxes. An eNF will not be issued.
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|Price per day||$-||$-||$-|
|Included storage (GiB)||10||100||
Premium offers enhanced throughput for docker pulls across multiple, concurrent nodes
|Total web hooks||2||10||500|
|Geo Replication||Not supported||Not supported||
$- per replicated region
Standard networking charges apply.
For more information: Registry SKU Features
Additional storage is available at a daily rate for all service tiers. You aren’t prevented from storing more than the included storage limits for each tier, but you are charged a daily rate for image storage beyond the specified limits.
|Tier||Price per GiB|
|Basic, Standard, Premium||$-/day|
|Tier||Price per CPU|
|Basic, Standard, Premium||$-/second|
Basic, Standard and Premium tiers include an amount of storage as part of their pricing. As storage exceeds the included amount, registries are charged for their additional storage.
Yes, it’s possible to change the SKU in the managed tier using the Azure CLI. Users will be charged at the price for the previous SKU up until the point of change, and at the new SKU price after the change is made.
The bill will display the cost of each managed registry based on the SKU of the registry, as well as any network charges.
Standard networking fees apply to network egress from or between Azure data centres. We recommend maintaining a registry in the same data centre as your container deployments. See the geo-replication preview feature to manage multiple regions as one, providing network-close deployments across multiple regions.
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