Google Container Registry Alternatives

    Google Container Registry is described as 'Store, manage, and secure your Docker container images'. There are eight alternatives to Google Container Registry, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Self-Hosted solutions, SaaS, Linux and Docker. The best alternative is Dedicated Container Registry. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Docker Hub or Portus. Other great sites and apps similar to Google Container Registry are VMware Harbor (Free, Open Source), Alibaba Cloud Container Registry (Paid), Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Paid) and quay.io (Paid).

    This page was last updated Feb 20, 2021

    1. No frills and best-in-class Harbor based Container Management Solution for individuals, teams and software vendor who want distribute container images instead of ZIP files. Free and unlimited private repositories for individuals.
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    2. Docker Hub is a cloud-based registry service which allows you to link to code repositories, build your images and test them, stores manually pushed images, and links to Docker Cloud so you can deploy images to your hosts.
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    3. Portus is an open source authorization service and user interface for the next generation Docker Registry.
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    4. An Enterprise-class Container Registry Server based on Docker Distribution.
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    5. Container Registry allows you to manage images throughout the image lifecycle. It provides secure image management, stable image build creation across global regions, and easy image permission management.
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    6. Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR) is a fully-managed Docker container registry that makes it easy for developers to store, manage, and deploy Docker container images.
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      • Self-Hosted
      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      docker container registry with automated builds and security scanning.
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    7. Publish privately for your team, or publicly for the open source community Discover and publish public and private packages in one place. Then seamlessly use and reuse any package as a dependency in a project by downloading it straight from GitHub.
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