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Getting Started with Kubernetes by Jonathan Baier

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Third-party companies

Since the Kubernetes project's initial release, there has been a growing ecosystem of partners. We looked at CoreOS in the previous chapter, but there are many more projects and companies in this space. We will highlight a few that may be useful as you move towards production.

Private registries

In many situations, organizations will not want to place their applications and/or intellectual property in public repositories. For those cases, a private registry solution is helpful in securely integrating deployments end to end.

Google Cloud offers the Google Container Registry: https://cloud.google.com/container-registry/.

Docker has their own Trusted Registry offering: https://www.docker.com/docker-trusted-registry.

Quay.io also ...

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