This week, the Open Container Initiative initialized its third open endeavor, the Distribution Specification Project. The goal of this initiative is to offer a shared set of requirements for registries designed to host container images. Based on the Docker Registry version 2, the new project has no set time frame for completion. READ MORE.
The Open Container Initiative (OCI) launched a project to standardize container image distribution based on the DockerRegistry v2 protocol. The creation of the new distribution specification supports interoperability within the container ecosystem. READ MORE.
The Open Container Initiative (OCI), the open-source community in charge of creating container standards, has announced the launch of the Distribution Specification project to standardize container image distribution. This new standard is based on the Docker Registry v2 protocol. It standardizes container image distribution, which supports the pushing and pulling of container images. READ MORE.
The Open Container Initiative (OCI) announced today that the way which container images are distributed is about to become standardized using the Docker Registry v2 protocol.
Chris Aniszczyk, executive director of the OCI, says the protocol will now serve as the specification for the new distribution-spec OCI project that will foster interoperability across different container registries. READ MORE.
Container tools marked OCI compliant should give DevOps the same confidence that consumers have when plugging a UL approved toaster into the wall.
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The recent release of the Open Container Initiative version 1.0 specification is a milestone in the development of container technology, setting the stage for innovation to move up the stack.
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LOS ANGELES – The Open Container Initiative (OCI) is looking at container distribution challenges as a potential follow up to its initial runtime and image format specification release.
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Most companies are now exploring using containers. Some, especially in the government, have been reluctant to make the move and are waiting for container standardization. Their wait is over. The Open Container Initiative (OCI) has launched the 1.0 versions of container runtime and image specs.
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The Open Container Initiative, an attempt by Docker and other container tech companies to build standards and consensus for container technology, on Wednesday plans to release the initial version of its runtime and image specifications.
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After two years of work, the Open Container Initiative has published version 1.0 specifications for both a container image and a container runtime format. Fostered by the Linux Foundation, the OCI sought to ensure compatibility.
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