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Add Azure Registry Example

  1. Log into Azure portal, go to Container Registries page, click on the registry: "azureacrregistry", then click on Overview from the middle navigation pane, copy Login server: "azureacrregistry.azureecr.io".
  2. Click on Services > Repositories at middle navigation pane to see the list of the repositories, record down the repository name, "busybox".
  3. Click on the repository "busybox", and verify the image tags to be added.
  4. Log into FortiCWP > Container Protection, go to CONFIGURE > Registry, click +ADD NEW and select Azure Container Registry.
    1. In Enter Azure Container Registry URL field, enter the Login server: "azureacrregistry.azureecr.io".
    2. In Repository field, enter the repository: "busybox".
    3. In Tag field, enter ".*" to scan all images of the repository.
    4. InCAP field, enter 5 as the maximum images to be scanned.
    5. Click Select Azure OAuth drop down menu and select the Azure account of the registry.
    6. Click Scan Images in the following Kubernetes Cluster drop down menu and select the a Kubernetes cluster, then click Add Registry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add Azure Registry Example

  1. Log into Azure portal, go to Container Registries page, click on the registry: "azureacrregistry", then click on Overview from the middle navigation pane, copy Login server: "azureacrregistry.azureecr.io".
  2. Click on Services > Repositories at middle navigation pane to see the list of the repositories, record down the repository name, "busybox".
  3. Click on the repository "busybox", and verify the image tags to be added.
  4. Log into FortiCWP > Container Protection, go to CONFIGURE > Registry, click +ADD NEW and select Azure Container Registry.
    1. In Enter Azure Container Registry URL field, enter the Login server: "azureacrregistry.azureecr.io".
    2. In Repository field, enter the repository: "busybox".
    3. In Tag field, enter ".*" to scan all images of the repository.
    4. InCAP field, enter 5 as the maximum images to be scanned.
    5. Click Select Azure OAuth drop down menu and select the Azure account of the registry.
    6. Click Scan Images in the following Kubernetes Cluster drop down menu and select the a Kubernetes cluster, then click Add Registry.