We used publish our releases to Docker Hub for some time now, we use those with Docker Compose demos and our Helm charts.
Docker have over the years been clawing back their free tiers, first starting to delete old containers which killed off many of our old artifacts and now entirely stopping the free teams tier.
We thus had to make alternate plans. We approached Container Registry about their dedicated plans, and they graciously offered us a handsome discount over their usual fees which we gladly accepted.
Container Registry is run by maintainers of the Harbor Project, so I am happy to support them in their efforts.
A significant feature of their offering is the ability to host our registry on a custom domain, this means should we have to move again in future we will hopefully do so with a smaller impact on our users as we can take our name and paths with.
As of today, 2023-03-20, we publish all our containers to our new registry at
registry.choria.io and will soon move our
helm charts to this registry as well as it’s a full OCI registry.
Today we publish the following releases:
registry.choria.io/choria/choriaChoria Broker and Server
registry.choria.io/choria/stream-replicatorChoria Stream Replicator
registry.choria.io/choria/provisionerChoria Server Provisioner
registry.choria.io/choria/aaasvcChoria AAA Service
registry.choria.io/choria/asyncjobsChoria Asynchronous Jobs
We also publish Nightly builds - and these now are all automatically build and published every day and retained for around 30 days:
Once again huge shout out to Container Registry for the discounted offer.