Before rolling Docker into production, users are demanding access to private registries to securely store and manage their Docker images. With private repositories, you can provide secure, role-based access controls and have a clean chain of custody to ensure what you build is what you deploy. Watch as Chris Riley, DevOps analyst at Fixate and Jeffry Hesse, Nexus product owner at Sonatype discuss the importance of having a premium private Docker registry.
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Latest posts by Jeffry Hesse (see all)
- Upgrade Nexus Repository Manager 2 to 3: Get Early Access - August 15, 2016
- Tame The Ruby Colored Snake: Python + RubyGems + Repository Manager OSS Early Access - July 28, 2016
- Spring Into The Future: Nexus Repository Manager 3.0 Release - April 6, 2016
- Ground Control To Nexus Users: Nexus Repository Manager 3 Milestone 7 Release - January 21, 2016
- What’s up Doc(ker): Nexus Repository Manager v3 Milestone 6 Release - November 11, 2015