Microsoft Azure Container Registry Manages Docker Images
Microsoft today joined its rivals in offering customers a cloud-based container registry for their Docker container images. Azure Container Registry is now generally available, the company announced today. The service, available in preview since November 2016, serves as a cloud-based repository that enables customers to store and manage private Docker container images.
“Azure Container Registry integrates well with orchestrators hosted in Azure Container Service, including Docker Swarm, Kubernetes and DC/OS as well as other Azure Services including Service Fabric and Azure App Services,” assured Steve Lasker, program manager of Azure Developer Experiences at Microsoft, in an April 7 announcement. “Customers can benefit from using familiar tooling capable of working with the open source Docker Registry v2.”
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