Azure Container Service—Container Registry
Date updated: 17 May 2017
Companies of all sizes will embrace containers as a fast and portable way to lift, shift, and modernize into cloud-native apps. As part of this process, customers will need a way to store and manage images for all types of container deployments. Azure Container Registry will enable developers to create and maintain container registries to store and manage private Docker container images.
Container Registry will support a network-close, private registry for Linux and Windows container images. It'll integrate well with orchestrators hosted in Container Service, including Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, and DC/OS, as well as other Azure services including Service Fabric and App Services. Customers will benefit from using familiar tooling capable of working with the open source Docker Registry v2. Learn more by watching this Azure Container Registry GA video.
We’ll soon add the following features and capabilities:
- Availability in 23 regions, with a global footprint (and more coming)
- Repositories, tag, and manifest listing in the Azure Portal
- Dual-key password providing key rotation
- Nested level repositories
- Azure CLI 2.0 support
Learn more in this post.