You can use images of Container Registry to deploy applications in Container Service for Kubernetes (ACK), Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS), Serverless App Engine (SAE), and Function Compute. This topic describes how to use images of Container Registry to deploy applications in ACK, EDAS, SAE, and Function Compute.

Use Container Registry to deploy applications in ACK

  1. An instance of Container Registry Enterprise Edition is created. For more information, see Create a Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance.
  2. Use the instance that you created to build an image. Alternatively, push an image to the instance. For more information, see Use Container Registry Enterprise Edition to build images and Use a Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance to push and pull images.
  3. Enable ACK to pull the image without a password. For more information, see Use the aliyun-acr-credential-helper component to pull images without a password.
  4. Use the image to deploy an application in ACK. For more information, see Create a stateless application by using a Deployment.

Use Container Registry to deploy applications in EDAS

  1. An instance of Container Registry Enterprise Edition is created. For more information, see Create a Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance.
  2. Use the instance that you created to build an image. Alternatively, push an image to the instance. For more information, see Use Container Registry Enterprise Edition to build images and Use a Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance to push and pull images.
  3. Use the image to deploy an application in EDAS. For more information, see Use an image to deploy an application in a.

Use Container Registry to deploy applications in Function Compute

  1. An instance of Container Registry Enterprise Edition is created. For more information, see Create a Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance.
  2. Use the instance that you created to build an image. Alternatively, push an image to the instance. For more information, see Use Container Registry Enterprise Edition to build images and Use a Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance to push and pull images.
  3. Use the image to deploy an application in Function Compute. For more information, see Create a function.