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Ranking
9th
out of 12 in Container Registry
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154
Comparisons
106
Reviews
0
Average Words per Review
0
Rating
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3rd
out of 12 in Container Registry
Views
1,921
Comparisons
1,642
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
425
Rating
8.0
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Overview

More than a private Docker repository
Container Registry is a single place for your team to manage Docker images, perform vulnerability analysis, and decide who can access what with fine-grained access control. Existing CI/CD integrations let you set up fully automated Docker pipelines to get fast feedback.

Secure, private Docker registry
Get access to secure private Docker image storage on Google Cloud Platform in minutes. Maintain control over who can access, view, or download images. Get consistent uptime on an infrastructure protected by Google’s security.

Build and deploy automatically
Automatically build and push images to private registry when you commit code to Cloud Source Repositories, GitHub, or Bitbucket. Easily set up CI/CD pipelines with integration to Cloud Build or deploy directly to Google Kubernetes Engine, App Engine, Cloud Functions, or Firebase.

In-depth vulnerability scanning
Detect vulnerabilities in early stages of the software deployment cycle. Make certain your container images are safe to deploy. Constantly refreshed database helps ensure your vulnerability scans are up-to-date with new malware.

Lock down risky images
Use native integration with Binary Authorization to define policies and prevent deployment of images conflicting with the set policies. Trigger automatic lock-down of container images to prohibit risky images from being deployed to Google Kubernetes Engine.

Native Docker support
Define multiple registries based on your needs. Push and pull Docker images to your private Container Registry using the standard Docker command line interface. Use Docker naturally while searching images by name and tags.

Fast, high-availability access
Using our regional private repositories across the world, you can get optimal response time globally. Store images close to your compute instances in Europe, Asia, or US and access Google’s high-performing global network for fast deployment.

Red Hat Quay is a private container registry that stores, builds, and deploys container images. It analyzes your images for security vulnerabilities, identifying potential issues that can help you mitigate security risks.

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Sample Customers
Zulily
The Asiakastieto Group, Akbank, TTTECH
Top Industries
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Computer Software Company30%
Comms Service Provider20%
Government9%
Manufacturing Company8%
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Small Business16%
Midsize Enterprise12%
Large Enterprise72%

Google Container Registry is ranked 9th in Container Registry while Red Hat Quay is ranked 3rd in Container Registry with 1 review. Google Container Registry is rated 0.0, while Red Hat Quay is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Red Hat Quay writes "A stable repository that is easy to use and easy to install". Google Container Registry is most compared with Amazon ECR and DigitalOcean Container Registry, whereas Red Hat Quay is most compared with Harbor, JFrog Container Registry, VMware Harbor Registry, Azure Container Registry and Amazon ECR.

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