We recently hosted a Docker Online Meetup that was all about Docker Trusted Registry. Software Engineer Tony Holdstock-Brown demoed DTR 1.4.1 and discussed the latest features including: – Image deletion and garbage collection – Set up, and manage user accounts, teams, organizations, and repositories from either APIs or through the Trusted Registry user interface – Search, browse, and discover images created by other users through either APIs or through the Trusted Registry UI – New APIs for accessing repositories, account management, indexing, searching, and reindexing – New experimental feature: Docker Trusted Registry now integrates with Docker Content Trust using Notary The recorded video…
Today, security is one the biggest topics within the enterprise world and tops the list of enterprise IT initiatives. As companies have begun to adopt containers within their environments, they have realized the security benefits that come with them as well. Enterprises can now use containers as a means of actually reducing risk within their organization. Containers are isolated from one another, using the same kernel, but are completely unaware that each other exists. This isolation acts a natural security mechanism, making it difficult for hackers to break into environments and gain control of enterprise applications.
The Docker Trusted Registry is a commercial registry service that you can run on-premise or in your virtual private cloud (VPC) to store and manage your Docker images. Trusted Registry is available in conjunction with a commercially supported Docker Engine to provide you with the peace of mind and support needed for your application environment.
We posted more videos from DockerCon 2015! Below are the recorded video and slides from the sessions on Day 2 in the Docker, Docker, Docker track at DockerCon 2015. We will publish more videos this week, as soon as we process them. Stay tuned!