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Adding Container Images to Google Container Registry (GCR)

Gini Gini Follow Oct 21, 2019 · 1 min read
Adding Container Images to Google Container Registry (GCR)
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Google Container Registry (GCR) is a service in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to manage your own docker container repository. This is fully managed service and you can store your custom container images as well as common images from other image repositories. Also, you can implement fine-grained access control on your private container registry using GCR.

Let’s see how we can add an image to our own GCR and see details in Web GUI.

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