The SysEleven Container Registry (SCR) is not going to be continued. There is no end of life date yet. As an alternative you are encouraged to use our managed GitLab offering which comes with a container registry as part of MetaKube Accelerator.
The following document explains the architechture of Harbor in detail.
SysEleven Container Registry follows the same user workflow as Harbor, following upstream tutorials can help SCR users
perform common tasks such as creating and managing new projects, adding repositories to projects, managing images labels etc.
The following sections point to frequently used user workflows from the above user guide.
This section describes how users with the developer, master, and project administrator roles manage and participate in SCR projects.
This section describes how to work with images and tags in the SysEleven Container Registry.
Helm is a package manager for kubernetes applications. SysEleven Container Registry comes with built in support for helm repositories.
The following tutorial will guide you on how to store and manage your helm charts with SCR.
SCR allows users to create robot accounts in each project, to use for automated operation. To create and use robot accounts follow this tutorial.
SCR project administrators can configure webhook endpoints inside a project, which can be triggered based on certain events. This tutorial will guide you on how
to use webhooks with SCR.