Mirantis Secure Registry 3.0 Supports Usage Across any Kubernetes Distribution

“Mirantis Secure Registry provides verification and trust in software artifacts with policies and role-based access control to ensure that container images are scanned and free from vulnerabilities,” said Adam Parco, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Mirantis.

Mirantis, a provider of open cloud services, has released Mirantis Secure Registry (MSR) 3.0, which can be used with any Kubernetes deployment. Mirantis Secure Registry would securely store, distribute, and maintain images in a private container registry to automate software supply chain security.

When it comes to application development and lifecycle management, security is sometimes an afterthought, resulting in images with vulnerabilities that put cloud native systems at risk, according to Mirantis.

The company’s Mirantis Secure Registry solution (previously Docker Trusted Registry) is an enterprise-grade container registry that can be quickly deployed to form the backbone of a secured software supply chain. Federal authorities, Fortune 500 banks, and financial services firms throughout the world would rely on the Mirantis Secure Registry product.

Mirantis Secure Registry 3.0 is no longer limited to Mirantis Kubernetes Engine users. It would now provide users of any Kubernetes distribution access to an image registry with better security over public registries, giving them more control over this key aspect of their software supply chain.

Built-in Security

Adam Parco
“It enables images to be promoted from testing to production in a controlled way to automate compliance checks that secure the software supply chain,” said Adam Parco, CTO at Mirantis.

The comprehensive, built-in security would enable users to check and trust the automated operational processes and integration with CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery) to speed up application testing and delivery.

Mirantis Secure Registry provides verification and trust in software artifacts with policies and role-based access control to ensure that container images are scanned and free from vulnerabilities,” said Adam Parco, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Mirantis. “It enables images to be promoted from testing to production in a controlled way to automate compliance checks that secure the software supply chain.”

On public and private clouds, Mirantis enables enterprises to ship code quicker. From the data center to the periphery, the company can provide a public cloud experience on any architecture. Mirantis empowers a new breed of Kubernetes application developers with Lens and Mirantis Container Cloud, which would remove infrastructure and operations complexity while providing a single cloud experience for complete app and DevOps portability, a single pane of glass, and automated full-stack lifecycle management with continuous updates.