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Add Azure Registry

  1. From the Container protection navigation menu, go to CONFIGURE > Registry.
  2. Click +ADD NEW drop down menu and select Azure Container Registry.
  3. In Enter Azure Registry url, enter the Login Server of the Azure Registry from your Azure Container registry.
  4. (Access Container Registries page on Azure Portal, click on the registry and select Overview from the middle navigation pane to view Login Server.)

  5. In Repository field, enter the name of the repository from your Azure Container Registry or use Regex.
  6. (To view repositories on Azure, access Container Registries page on Azure Portal, click on the registry and scroll down in the middle navigation pane and select Repositories under Services)

  7. In Tag, specify one tag or use Regex. Leave it as blank to scan all images.
  8. In Cap, enter the maximum number of images to be imported.
  9. For example, if you specify 5, only the 5 latest images will be added.

  10. Click +Add New Repository to add more repositories.
  11. Click Select Azure OAuth drop down menu to select the Azure account that is associated with the registry url being added. If the account can not be found, click Add New to add the new Azure Account.
  12. Click Scan Images in the following Kubernetes Cluster drop down menu and select a Kubernetes Cluster with Healthy status.
  13. Enter an unique Registry Name that will be shown in Container Protection.
  14. Click Add Registry to complete adding registry.

 

 

 

 

Add Azure Registry

  1. From the Container protection navigation menu, go to CONFIGURE > Registry.
  2. Click +ADD NEW drop down menu and select Azure Container Registry.
  3. In Enter Azure Registry url, enter the Login Server of the Azure Registry from your Azure Container registry.
  4. (Access Container Registries page on Azure Portal, click on the registry and select Overview from the middle navigation pane to view Login Server.)

  5. In Repository field, enter the name of the repository from your Azure Container Registry or use Regex.
  6. (To view repositories on Azure, access Container Registries page on Azure Portal, click on the registry and scroll down in the middle navigation pane and select Repositories under Services)

  7. In Tag, specify one tag or use Regex. Leave it as blank to scan all images.
  8. In Cap, enter the maximum number of images to be imported.
  9. For example, if you specify 5, only the 5 latest images will be added.

  10. Click +Add New Repository to add more repositories.
  11. Click Select Azure OAuth drop down menu to select the Azure account that is associated with the registry url being added. If the account can not be found, click Add New to add the new Azure Account.
  12. Click Scan Images in the following Kubernetes Cluster drop down menu and select a Kubernetes Cluster with Healthy status.
  13. Enter an unique Registry Name that will be shown in Container Protection.
  14. Click Add Registry to complete adding registry.