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Don't miss the our blog post Amazon ECR vs. Docker Hub vs. GitHub Container Registry, the written version of this podcast episode.
Special thanks to Michael Hausenblas, Product Developer Advocate at AWS, for joining us for this podcast episode.
Have you worked with a Linux package manager like
yum before? A container registry is similar, but instead of packages, it distributes container images. A container registry is a crucial aspect of a containerized workflow and infrastructure. This episode compares three different container registries:
Links that we mentioned in the podcast episode.
- AWS Container Roadmap filtered by ECR
- Introducing multi-architecture container images for Amazon ECR
- OCI Artifact Support In Amazon ECR
- Quay.io - RedHat's container registry
- JFrog Artifactory - Another container registry
Please help Michael Hausenblas to better understand the current state of container security! Take the AWS container security survey 2020.
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