My development and operations teams are investigating Containerization and Docker. But they have given little consideration to formal configuration management or the release process of the images that they are creating.
Track, approve, and store your images securely. Version and inspect the content for images to address any vulnerabilities and ensure that only the correct images are used in production environments.
Add additional controls to your local Docker registry to ensure that auditable, role-based access and privileges are in place. Push, pull, and view images via your secured registry, maintaining a secure, easily accessed audit trail.
Approve your images from a single, secured repository, with history and insight into prior use and comments. Make approved images public and available for reuse by other areas of your organization.
Automate, approve, track, and orchestrate container deployments across multiple environments, enabling your team to deploy containerized components in conjunction with non-container based application components. Combine local secured container registry deployments with public registry deployments to keep all application components current.