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Red Hat Quay 3.1, a highly available Kubernetes container registry, arrives

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Kubernetes lets us orchestrate containers, but how do you track your container images? That's where Quay comes in. It enables you to keep a handle on not just your images but the configuration details you need to get a complete application up and running. Now, Red Hat is releasing Quay 3.1 to enable developers to mirror, store, build, and deploy their images securely across diverse enterprise environments and to leverage several new backend technologies.

This follows up on May's Quay 3.0 release. That version brought support for multiple architectures, Windows containers, and a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)-based image to this container image registry.

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  • Red Hat Quay 3.1: Now even better across distributed environments

    Red Hat Quay is a distributed, highly available container registry for enterprises. This release builds on the focus to help Quay users store, build and deploy their images in a more secure way across diverse enterprise environments and to leverage several new backend technologies. With the availability of repository mirroring, a new Kubernetes Operator for a more streamlined setup, a new repository mode to support archived or (temporarily) frozen repositories and enhancements for storage and database support, this release hardens the product’s manageability across hybrid environments.

  • Powering your SAP HANA workloads with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for SAP Solutions

    While Linux containers and Kubernetes are often discussed as transformative technologies, nearly every IT deployment, new and existing, has one common denominator: data. In-memory database technologies like SAP HANA® can help enterprises accelerate intelligent decision-making but also require a powerful, highly available, and more secure underlying operating system to match the associated data-processing demands. Red Hat’s strategic alliance and long-standing collaboration with SAP makes it possible to pair the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform with mission-critical SAP workloads, delivering a more stable, flexible, and highly available production platform for business transactions.

Red Hat Quay 3.1 Features Repository Mirroring

  • Red Hat Quay 3.1 Features Repository Mirroring

    Red Hat has announced the availability of the latest version of Red Hat Quay — a distributed, highly available container registry for enterprises. Red Hat Quay 3.1 builds on the focus to help users store, build and deploy their images in a more secure way across diverse enterprise environments and to leverage several new backend technologies, the open source company said.

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