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SUSE maintains these images on a regular basis so you can use them worry-free. The images are uptodate with the latest security patches and features/functionalities are consistent with the base OS releases. As an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) or an enterprise, you can directly use these container images and deploy as per your needs. The source code of the derived openSUSE images is organized inside of dedicated directories kept in derivedimages under the root of the repository. The docker package. Each directory contains a Dockerfile. To build the image use the following commands. Claim control of your Docker images. Portus is an open source authorization service and user interface for the next generation Docker Registry. It is an on-premise application that allows users to administrate and secure their Docker registries. DEPRECATED; for current images by the openSUSE Project see opensuse/leap and opensuse/tumbleweed.
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Portus is an open source authorization service and user interface for the next generation Docker Registry.
It is an on-premise application that allows users to administrate and secure their Docker registries.
Portus implements the new authorization scheme defined by the latest version of the Docker registry. It allows for fine grained control over all of your images. You decide which users and teams are allowed to push or pull images.
Easily manage users with teams
Map your company organization inside of Portus, define as many teams as you want and add and remove users from them.
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Teams have three different types of users to allow full granularity:
- Viewers: can only pull images.
- Contributors: can push and pull images.
- Owners: like contributors, but can also add and remove users from the team
Portus provides an intuitive overview of the contents of your privateregistry. It also features a search capability to find images even faster.
User privileges are constantly taken into account, even when browsing thecontents of the repository or when performing searches.
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Keep everything under control. All the relevant events are automatically loggedby Portus and are available for analysis by admin users.
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Non-admin users can also use this feature to keep up with relevant changes.
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The features page contains the full list, but to highlight some of them:
- Security scanning.
- OAuth and OpenID authentication.
- Disabling or locking users.
- Application tokens.