Towards a standard Containerized App Registry

June 6, 2017
The number and complexity of applications regularly deployed to production Kubernetes environments is increasing, making managing collections of container images as important as managing individual container images. Development around Kubernetes application toolchains, such as Helm or KPM, has created a vibrant, but fragmented ecosystem. The community is working on standards for consolidating interfaces around these toolchains. This talk will discuss the work to standardize the uploading and downloading of applications to an application registry, making the process both familiar and secure across different tools. CoreOS Fest 2017 Antoine Legrand & Jimmy Zelinskie
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