Red Hat® Quay container registry platform provides secure storage, distribution, and governance of containers and cloud-native artifacts on any infrastructure. It is available as a standalone component or running on top of Red Hat OpenShift.
Complete control over who can access your containers, track changes, and automatically scan for vulnerabilities.
High availability and geographic replication for the running of multiple instances of Red Hat Quay across several regions and syncing between data centers.
Build and deploy containers automatically in response to git pushes: GitHub, BitBucket, Gitlab, and others. Secured with a robot account, and an easy-to-audit history.
Install, configure, and update your registry deployments with the Quay Operator. Decide which registry services you want to be managed by the Operator or use 3rd party services.
Integrate to your existing identity infrastructure: LDAP, Keystone, and more
Integrate with Red Hat OpenShift Monitoring and Alerting as well as Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation
Teams can collectively have access to manage specific repositories on your account
Automatically scan your container images for known security vulnerabilities
Create credentials designed for deploying software automatically
Auditing is essential for everything in your CI pipeline. Actions via API and UI are tracked
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The private container registry stores, builds, and deploys container images.