Docker Image Registries

Securely store, share and manage container images in your own private registries

Secure and Share

Docker Trusted Registry is the private, enterprise-grade image storage solution included with Docker Enterprise. Quickly pull and build upon existing images or create your own from scratch, then push them to access-controlled repositories or share them with your entire organization. Built-in security allows you and your team to verify the source and content of images while automated operations and integration with CI/CD tools speed up application testing and delivery.

The perfect home for your organization’s content

Seamlessly Share Any Application, Anywhere

Create and push images and make your app accessible within your company. Mirror containerized content to distributed teams with policy-based controls.

Collaborate and Build With Your Team

Access-controlled repositories let you determine who you share images with and who can create new images. Multiple repositories can be linked to provide a separation of duties from development through production.

Automate Your Development-to-Production Pipeline

Use automated builds and webhooks for easy integration into your development pipeline. Policy-based promotion automates compliance checks to secure your application supply chain.

Key Features and Capabilities

Access control

Integrate with internal user directories to implement fine-grained access policies in Docker Trusted Registry. Improve DevOps collaboration while maintaining clear boundaries.

Image scanning

Get unprecedented insight into the software and libraries your organization is using and your exposure to known security threats. Images are scanned at the binary level then correlated with a regularly updated CVE vulnerability database.

Image signing

Docker Content Trust uses digital signatures to verify both the contents and publisher of images. Developers and CI tools can apply signatures so downstream users and automation tools can verify image authenticity before running.

Caching and mirroring

Distributed teams and production environments require images to be available in multiple places. Docker image repositories can be mirrored and cached, putting images right where they are needed and avoiding network bottlenecks.

Image lifecycle

Container images may be lightweight, but that does not mean you want to store every image your team creates forever. Automatically clean up images based on policy controls like the date of last update or the number of recent images you want to keep.

Policy-based image promotion

Streamline the development and delivery pipeline and enforce security controls with promotion policies that automatically gate images, ensuring only approved content makes its way to production.

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