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Virtual network and firewall rules support is now available in Azure Container Registry in preview.
Azure Container Registry content trust is now available to the public.
The Azure Container Registry Helm webhooks feature enables new continuous integration/continuous deployment workflows based on new or updated Helm charts.
Tag locking, which allows for building a trusted workflow, is now generally available.
Support for storing singularity image files (SIF) in Azure Container Registry based on the OCI distribution-based container registries specification is now available in preview.
Azure Container Registry now supports container registries that can be placed within a Virtual Network , eliminating the public endpoint and enabling firewall rules for specific external resources access.
From 1 April 2019, the names for Container Registry will change.
Azure Container Registry tasks, previously known as Azure Container Registry build, enables inner-loop development in the cloud with on-demand container image builds.
As customers deploy multi-container applications, Helm has evolved as the de facto standard to describe Kubernetes-based applications. With Helm repositories, customers can push their Helm Charts to Azure Container Registry, providing a single source of truth for their images and deployment definitions running in Kubernetes.
Azure Container Registry now supports OCI image format. Using projects such as BuildKit, build and push OCI formatted container images.
Use Azure Container Registry tasks, now in preview, to define a series of steps to build, test and validate your containers before they’re deployed.
Azure Container Registry provides a managed Docker registry service to store and manage private container images.