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Elastic Container Registry
You issue a Docker Pull command to roll out a new image in production, and nothing happens.
You issue a Docker Pull command to roll out a new image in production, and nothing happens. It worked on your laptop when you developed the application. It must be IT and their pesky firewall policies. You investigate and find out, yes, while your group paid for access to the Docker Registry and built your repositories and images, you can’t access it due to IT security policy.
You discover you need a private container registry, and Elastic Container Registry is an option provided by AWS. ECR predates most of AWS’ more well-known container services, such as AKS, and EKS. It solved an early problem back with Docker first became popular.
The CTO Advisor Repatriation Workshop
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