With Docker limiting how quickly users can pull down images from its Docker Hub for free, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is now finally creating its own repository of public container images.
This move will allow developers to share and deploy container images publicly. The new registry will enable developers to manage, share, store, and deploy container images for anyone to discover and download. Developers will be able to use AWS to host both their private and public container images, ending the need to go outside the AWS ecosystem. Public images will be geo-replicated for availability worldwide and offer fast downloads to serve up images on-demand quickly.
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