JFrog devops users freed from Docker Hub image-pull limits

JFrog has partnered with Docker to exempt cloud-dependent JFrog Devops System users from Docker Hub

JFrog has partnered with Docker to exempt cloud-dependent JFrog Devops System users from Docker Hub graphic-pull price limitations.

The first milestone of the arrangement presents builders utilizing the JFrog Artifactory software program offer management system with unrestricted access to Docker Hub and Docker Official visuals.

Past yr, Docker proven intake limitations on container visuals pulled from the Docker Hub. Anonymous free users were minimal to one hundred pulls per 6 hrs while authenticated free users could make two hundred pulls per 6 hrs. The new settlement guarantees that JFrog Devops System users, including those on the free membership presented on AWS, Google Cloud System, and Microsoft Azure, will not experience Docker Hub graphic-pull limitations.

JFrog users normally mirror container visuals hosted on Docker Hub, which is a library for dependable container visuals and additional than 8 million repos. The arrangement presents builders protected access for general public and personal container visuals. Certain elements of the partnership include:

  • Access to Docker Hub material including Docker Official visuals and material from Docker Confirmed Publishers.
  • Provision of a developer experience for constructing and deploying cloud-indigenous apps.
  • Company-quality reliability and functionality for corporations modernizing apps with containers.
  • A foundation for upcoming collaboration in between the two providers.

Builders can access a free JFrog membership on the company’s web-site.

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