Quay is a container image registry that enables you to build, organize, distribute, and deploy containers. Quay gives you security over your repositories with image vulnerability scanning and robust access controls. Project Quay provides a scalable open source platform to host container images across any size organization.
Want to get started quickly and easily? Just run Project Quay in a container by itself.
Use the Quay Setup Operator to quickly install Project Quay on OpenShift. You can also manually deploy Project Quay on Kubernetes using the YAML manifests.
Project Quay is the open source distribution of Red Hat Quay optimized for the secure distribution of container images no matter whether you are scaling from a small department to the public internet. Project Quay offers a consumer-grade web UI, image vulnerability scanning, and enterprise-grade data storage and protection.
Project Quay works out of the box as a standalone container registry requiring only a database and reliable storage for your container images. With minimal infrastructure requirements, Project Quay is designed to easily scale as your image volumes grow. Quay runs on everything from a laptop to enterprise-class servers.
If you are looking for enterprise-level support, Red Hat offers Quay.io as a hosted service, or Red Hat Quay for on-premise or private-cloud deployments.
Check the README file for more information on the latest release of Project Quay.
Read the announcement post for more information on the open sourcing of Project Quay.
Project Quay includes Clair, a leading container vulnerability scanner. Clair scans every image pushed to Quay and continuously scans images to provide a real-time view of any known vulnerabilities in your containers. Clair is used by commercial container registries as well as the Red Hat Container Catalog to provide complete visibility into the security status of container images.
Open Source Collaboration is the driving force for innovation in the software industry today. Together, we can drive technology forward by bringing together the combined efforts of multiple developers, different communities, and even competing vendors.
We know you've got great ideas for improving Project Quay and its network of open source projects. So roll up your sleeves and come join us in the community!
The Project Quay roadmap lives on here. All contributions are welcome - Project Quay uses the Apache 2 license and does not require any contributor agreement to submit patches.
OpenShift Commons is where the community goes to collaborate and work together on OpenShift. OpenShift Commons is open to all community participants: users, operators, enterprises, startups, non-profits, educational institutions, partners, and service providers.
Found a bug? Let us know! Project Quay uses a public Jira instance.
OpenShift Commons is open to all community participants: users, operators, enterprises, non-profits, educational institutions, partners, and service providers as well as other open source technology initiatives utilized under the hood or to extend the OpenShift platform.