Product Overview


In correlation with the end of life (EOL) date for MSR 2.8.x, Mirantis stopped maintaining this documentation version as of 2022-05-27. The latest MSR product documentation is available here.

Mirantis Secure Registry (MSR) is a solution that enables enterprises to store and manage their container images on-premise or in their virtual private clouds. Built-in security enables you to verify and trust the provenance and content of your applications and ensure secure separation of concerns. Using MSR, you meet security and regulatory compliance requirements. In addition, the automated operations and integration with CI/CD speed up application testing and delivery. The most common use cases for MSR include:

Helm charts repositories

Deploying applications to Kubernetes can be complex. Setting up a single application can involve creating multiple interdependent Kubernetes resources, such as pods, services, deployments, and replica sets. Each of these requires manual creation of a detailed YAML manifest file as well. This is a lot of work and time invested. With Helm charts (packages that consist of a few YAML configuration files and some templates that are rendered into Kubernetes manifest files) you can save time and install the software you need with all the dependencies, upgrade, and configure it.

Automated development

Easily create an automated workflow where you push a commit that triggers a build on a CI provider, which pushes a new image into your registry. Then, the registry fires off a webhook and triggers deployment on a staging environment, or notifies other systems that a new image is available.

Secure and vulnerable free images

When an industry requires applications to comply with certain security standards to meet regulatory compliances, your applications are as secure as the images that run those applications. To ensure that your images are secure and do not have any vulnerabilities, track your images using a binary image scanner to detect components in images and identify associated CVEs. In addition, you may also run image enforcement policies to prevent vulnerable or inappropriate images from being pulled and deployed from your registry.