Container Registry Enterprise Edition provides an enterprise-class secure service for managing images. It is designed for enterprise customers that have high security requirements, deploy services in multiple regions, and use container clusters with a large number of nodes. Container Registry Enterprise Edition is further divided into Basic Edition, Standard Edition, and Advanced Edition. This topic describes the features of Container Registry Enterprise Edition and the differences among Basic Edition, Standard Edition, and Advanced Edition.
- Multiple types of cloud-native assets management: Container Registry Enterprise Edition supports multiple-architecture container images including Linux, Windows, and ARM, and supports full lifecycle management of Helm Chart v2/v3.
- Large-scale image distribution: Container Registry Enterprise Edition allows up to 1,000 nodes to pull images concurrently, guaranteeing rapid service deployment.
- Exclusive enterprise-class security features: Container Registry Enterprise Edition stores images in your Object Storage Service (OSS) buckets in encrypted mode. In addition, it provides features such as image security scan and fine-grained network access control to guarantee the security of images when they are accessed.
- Cloud-native application delivery chain: Container Registry Enterprise Edition allows you to create delivery chains that are fully observable, traceable, and configurable. Based on delivery chains, applications can be automatically delivered all over the world upon source code changes in multiple scenarios.
Currently, Container Registry Enterprise Edition is in the public preview phase and is free to use. After the service is commercially available, you may need to place a new order. Your data during the public preview phase is retained. Container Registry Enterprise Edition stores images in your OSS buckets. Therefore, you may be charged for the storage or traffic expenses. For more information, see OSS pricing.
Container Registry Enterprise Edition is further divided into Basic Edition, Standard Edition, and Advanced Edition. The following table compares the features of Basic Edition, Standard Edition, Advanced Edition, and Default Instance Edition.
|Feature||Basic Edition||Standard Edition||Advanced Edition||Default Instance Edition|
|Concurrency of image pulling||N/A||Allows up to 500 nodes to pull images concurrently.||Allows up to 1,000 nodes to pull images concurrently.||N/A|
|Global image synchronization||✔️||✔️||✔️||N/A|
|Network access control||✔️||✔️||✔️||N/A|
|Image storage||Stores images in your OSS buckets in encrypted mode.||Stores images in your OSS buckets in encrypted mode.||Stores images in your OSS buckets in encrypted mode.||N/A|
|Cloud-native application delivery chain||✔️||✔️||✔️||N/A|