Can I exceed the usage limit on each tier? If yes, how does billing work for overage usage? If no, what happens to service when I reach the limit?
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.
Related questions and answers
Standard networking fees apply to network egress from or between azure data centers. We recommend maintaining a registry in the same datacenter as your container deployments. See the geo-replication preview feature to manage multiple regions as one, providing network-close deployments across multiple regions.
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 the change, and with 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.