With the proliferation of containers comes the need to track, retrieve, and deploy containers in a standardized, simple, and efficient way. Several registries currently available are compatible with Docker only. Registries, however, need to be compatible for use with many types of containers. Quanyi Ma offers an introduction to Dockyard, an open source registry that is currently compatible with Docker and rkt containers. Dockyard gives developers and DevOps engineers the ability to change container runtimes in a Kubernetes cluster while keeping containers secure with CoreOS’s Clair. Quanyi also outlines future additions to Dockyard that will focus on increasing container volume as well as an easy-to-use web UI. If you are using containers and you need a registry, come by and check out Dockyard.
This session is sponsored by Huawei.
Quanyi Ma uses his open source expertise as a senior architect and open source container and Go programming language evangelist at Huawei. His interests include DevOps (especially with containers), the Go programming language, and AngularJS. Quanyi is also the organizer and host of Docker meetups in many cities across China, a member of many container conference program committees, and a prolific conference speaker. Quanyi proposed the ContainerOps concept central to DevOps and an application version control system concept similar to Git.
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