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Overview

This page presents release notes for JFrog Container Registry describing the main fixes and enhancements made to each version as it is released.

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Installation

For installation instructions please refer to Installing JFrog Container Registry.

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JFrog Container Registry

Released: 20 November, 2019

JFrog is proud to release JFrog Container Registry!

JFrog Container Registry is an advanced hybrid Docker and Helm container registry, allowing you to build, deploy, and manage your artifacts while providing powerful features with fine-grained permission control behind a sleek and easy-to-use UI. It is fully backed by JFrog Artifactory and is compatible with Artifactory 6.15 and above. 

Fully Hybrid

JFrog Container Registry supports SaaS in a multi-cloud environment, self-hosted or on-prem. All versions of JFrog Container Registry share an almost identical set of features, look and feel and functionality but are both available to your provide you with the flexibility your need when it comes to meeting your organization's hosting and infrastructure requirements.

Docker Registry, Helm Chart and Generic Repositories

You can set up a secure private Docker registry in minutes to manage all your Docker images while exercising fine-grained access control. JFrog Container Registry places no limitations and lets you set up any number of Docker registries, through the use of local, remote and virtual Docker repositories, and works transparently with the Docker client to manage all your Docker images, whether created internally or downloaded from remote Docker resources such as Docker Hub. To start configuring your Docker registry, see Configuring Docker Repositories.

JFrog Container Registry natively supports Helm repositories, giving you full control of your deployment process to Kubernetes. It supports proxying remote Helm repositories, deploying Helm Charts to local repositories, and using  virtual repositories for aggregating all your Helm Chart repositories, allowing you to access  them through a single endpoint.

Dedicated Developer Tools

Developers can push, pull, and manage images, gaining full control of their software build process using the extensive JFrog Container Registry REST API, CLI, and AQL search.

To view a full list of JFrog Container Registry features and dedicated container registry functionality, see JFrog Container Registry Overview.

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