DigitalOcean Container Registry
The DigitalOcean Container Registry (DOCR) offers all the security of a private Docker image registry, with extra tool support that enables easy integration with your Docker environment and DigitalOcean Kubernetes clusters. These registries are private, and co-located in the datacenters where DigitalOcean Kubernetes clusters are operated, ensuring secure, stable, and performant rollout of images to your clusters.
To create a registry and get started, see the
DigitalOcean Container Registry Quickstart. Plans and Pricing
DOCR has three subscription plans:
Starter: Free offering that lets you try out DOCR.
Basic: Allows more repositories and storage needed for larger projects. Costs $5/month.
Professional: Allows unlimited number of repositories and 100 GB of storage to scale up your projects even further. Costs $20/month.
Extra storage is charged at the end of the day and is prorated based on the number of days your storage exceeds the quota in the given month.
In the future, each plan will have a bandwidth allowance and additional outbound data transfer (from the registry to the internet) will be
$0.10/GiB. Regional Availability
DOCR’s availability is not tied to any particular region in
the availability matrix. Features
Secure, private storage of your Docker images.
Automatic configuration of your Docker environment
Automatic configuration of your DigitalOcean Kubernetes clusters
Automatic global load balancing across caching endpoints in multiple geographic regions
Ability to store any artifact that is compatible with OCI-based registries, such as
Helm charts Limits
Each DigitalOcean account can only create one registry, although a registry may contain multiple repositories.
Registry names must be globally unique and not collide with the registry names of other users.
Untagged images are not displayed in the control panel. However, you can delete untagged manifests using
doctl and free up space in your registry. Manifest lists (for example, multi-arch images) are supported but may not display correctly in the control panel.
The name of a registry must:
Be unique across all DigitalOcean container registries
Be no more than 63 characters in length
Contain only lowercase letters, numbers, and/or hyphens
Begin with a letter
End with a letter or number
24 November 2020
2 November 2020
28 April 2020
For more information, see
all Container Registry release notes.