Open-source container picture registry Harbor reaches 2.zero milestone
The Open Container Initiative (OCI) has introduced the final availability of Harbor 2.zero. The newest launch makes it the primary OCI-compliant open-source registry able to storing cloud-native artifacts corresponding to container photos, Helm charts, OPAs, and Singularity. As well as, it allows pulling, pushing, deleting, tagging replicating and scanning artifacts.
“Though Harbor is now OCI-compliant, current customers shouldn’t fear; the entire acquainted operations and key advantages of Harbor translate properly to OCI. You may push, pull, delete, retag, copy, scan, and signal indexes similar to you’ve been capable of do with photos. Vulnerability scanning and challenge insurance policies, key components to implementing safety and compliance, have been revamped to work with OCI artifacts. We additionally supplied a brand new, key functionality: you now have the power to delete a picture tag with out deleting the underlying manifest and all different related picture tags. You may also view untagged photos, and have the choice to exclude them from being garbage-collected,” the Harbor group wrote in a weblog publish.
Notable key options embrace:
Trivy because the default vulnerability scanner
TLS between Harbor parts for safer intra-components site visitors
Capacity to configure SSL for core Harbor providers
Webhook enhancements corresponding to interplay with Slack and a number of endpoint help
Enhanced robotic account
Improved error dealing with framework
Capacity to view untagged photos in UI
Capacity to selectively delete tags from a picture with out deleting the picture digest or related tags.
Extra data is out there right here.