Thursday, 12 October 2017

Amazon EC2 Container Registry introduced with Lifecycle Policies

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Container Registry (Amazon ECR) enables you to generate rules to automate the cleanup on the Amazon ECR repositories. The development team who uses the Amazon ECR always finds out that repositories are always filled up with many container image versions. It becomes difficult to find the code changes that incur and matter unnecessary storage cost. Earlier, Cleaning up the repository would turn into spending more time to manually delete writings and executing scripts, and old images. Amazon ECR Life Policies enables customers to specify set of rules to automatically eradicated container images. Rules can be eradicated to see the exact container images will be affected when the rule operates. This enables repositories to be better organized, makes it convenient to find the code revisions that are important and lowers the storage cost. 

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