env0, a developer of Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) management software, announced the availability of its new open source solution for Terraform users, Terratag.
JFrog announced the launch of JFrog Container Registry - powered by JFrog Artifactory - as an advanced Docker container registry.
"DevOps teams working with container technologies need a robust, flexible registry solution for container image management," said Yoav Landman, CTO of JFrog. "Based off of JFrog Artifactory's proven Docker management at scale, we believe JFrog Container Registry is the best choice for developers looking for a feature-rich, advanced, enterprise-grade registry both on-premise and in the cloud."
JFrog Container Registry features:
- A robust Docker container registry
- Hybrid model: on-premise or via SaaS multi-cloud
- Advanced automation through REST, CLI, YAML, and more
- Full support for Helm
- Free support for local, virtual and remote repositories, including generics
- Secure registry technology, powered by JFrog Xray (soon)
The new hybrid container solution provides the registry and management tools for container images that are scalable and reliable, all while ensuring Docker images are protected from security vulnerabilities. It produces rich metadata through an Artifactory core, provides rich storage capabilities and delivers fully-hybrid solutions for maximum flexibility.
Modern DevOps teams are required to manage all types of binaries at scale, with most modern microservices-based architectures being developed using Docker containers. In support of this market trend, JFrog Container Registry is a flexible solution that can be used self-hosted or in a SaaS model, both of which are free to use.
Plans for near-future updates to the JFrog Container Registry include free security capabilities and OCI compatibility among other enhancements. The JFrog Container Registry is available immediately for free.