What is IBM Cloud Container Registry?

Store and distribute container images in a fully managed private registry. Push private images to conveniently run them in the IBM Cloud™ Kubernetes Service and other runtime environments. Images are checked for security issues, so that you can make informed decisions about your deployments.

IBM Cloud Container Registry features

Threat insights

Advanced capabilities like vulnerability scanning, deployment policy enforcement, and comprehensive risk assessment and prioritization provide security compliance insight and controls over static images and live containers.

Integration

IBM Cloud preferred image registry; pre-integrated with our Kubernetes Service for your DevOps workflow using IBM Open Toolchain or your existing CI/CD toolset.

Security

Integrated with Identity and Access Manager and Resource Groups to provide fine-grained access controls to users within your IBM Cloud account. Integration with Docker Notary to provide image signing capabilities.

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Set up the IBM Cloud Container Registry CLI and your registry namespace

Install the IBM Cloud Container Registry CLI to use the command line to manage your namespaces and Docker images in the IBM Cloud private registry.

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Install the CLI

Monitor the vulnerability of images

You can view information about potential vulnerabilities, and the security of images in the IBM Cloud Container Registry public and private repositories by using the IBM Cloud console.

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Monitor Image Vulnerability

Manage image security with Vulnerability Advisor

Vulnerability Advisor checks the security status of container images that are provided by IBM, third parties, or added to your organization's registry namespace.

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Vulnerability Advisor

Create your own repositories

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