Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Registry is an open standards-based, Oracle-managed Docker registry service for securely storing and sharing container images. Engineers can easily push and pull Docker images with the familiar Docker Command Line Interface (CLI) and API. To support container lifecycles, Registry works with Container Engine for Kubernetes, Identity and Access Management (IAM), Visual Builder Studio, and third-party developer and DevOps tools.
Discover how development teams can harness the full potential of Docker and Kubernetes to quickly and easily build modern cloud apps that are resilient, manageable, and scalable.
Work with Docker images and container repositories using familiar Docker CLI commands and Docker HTTP API V2.
Oracle takes care of operating and patching the service, so that developers can focus on building and deploying containerized applications.
Built using object storage, Container Registry provides data durability and high service availability with automatic replication across fault domains.
Oracle does not charge separately for the service. Users pay only for the associated storage and network resources that they consume.
Use private container repositories and fine-grained policies to share images within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s commercial regions, or use public repositories to share images with anyone over the internet.
Secure images with end-to-end SSL encryption, leverage built-in Docker Registry V2 token authentication, and stay in compliance with major industry standards, such as HIPAA, PCI, and SOC 2.
Integrate Container Registry with Identity and Access Management (IAM)’s access control policies—such as a read-only policy—for governance of external users.
Create container repositories colocated with Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) in any commercial region for low-latency image deployments.
Build and deploy cloud native applications quickly by using Container Registry with Oracle Visual Builder Studio or with other CI/CD tools, such as Jenkins and GitLab.
Host up to 500 container repositories, each with 100,000 images, per region. Request service limit increases for larger needs.
Use retention policies to automatically clean up old Docker images from rapid release cycles.
Define the app and server in a Dockerfile—without refactoring. Use a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tool to deploy them into Kubernetes.
Use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Architecture Center to design and implement topologies using technologies, such as Docker and Kubernetes.
There is no additional charge for using Registry service. Customers pay only for resources that they consume, such as storage of images at the rate of Object Storage (Standard). The service includes free enterprise support.
Get 30 days of access to CI/CD tools, managed Terraform, and telemetry.
Empower app development with technologies such as Docker, Kubernetes, serverless, and APIs.
Reach our associates for sales, support, and other questions.