Red Hat Quay is an enterprise-quality container registry. Use Red Hat Quay to build and store container images, then make them available to deploy across your enterprise.
The Red Hat Quay Operator provides a simple method to deploy and manage Red Hat Quay on an OpenShift cluster.
As of Red Hat Quay 3.4.0, the Operator has been completely re-written to provide an improved out of the box experience as well as support for more Day 2 operations. As a result the new Operator is simpler to use and is more opinionated. The key differences from earlier versions of the Operator are:
QuayEcosystemcustom resource has been replaced with the
- The default installation options produces a fully supported Quay environment with all managed dependencies (database, caches, object storage, etc) supported for production use (some components may not be highly available)
- A new robust validation library for Quay’s configuration which is shared by the Quay application and config tool for consistency
Object storage can now be managed by the Operator using the
ObjectBucketClaimKubernetes API (Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation can be used to provide a supported implementation of this API on OpenShift)
- Customization of the container images used by deployed pods for testing and development scenarios