When deploying a Docker image for different architectures, either by specifying it yourself or using the "docker buildx build" command, it does not show it in a user-friendly manner.
Instead of naming it as the "tag-name+architecture" as it was in the past and is also documented on a JFrog article, it names it as the sha-256 of the image, which is very inconvenient and "makes it impossible to refer to an architecture-specific image".
The buildx command:
$ docker buildx build --platform=linux/amd64,linux/arm64 -t repo-nitaym.jfrog.io/<docker_repo>:<docker_tag> --push .
Note - this is the way it works for both the subdomain and repository methods.
In the attachments, you can see both the old and the new view.