"At Pinterest we use Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) for managing our Docker container images. We use Amazon ECR’s image scanning feature to help us improve security of our container images. Amazon ECR scans images for a broad range of operating system vulnerabilities and lets us build tools to act on the results.”
Cedric Staub, Engineering Manager - Pinterest
“At Blackboard, our mission is to advance learning for students, educators, and institutions around the globe. In order to best serve clients, we use Amazon ECR because it provides a stable and secure container registry for Blackboard to host first- and third-party images. Amazon ECR provides the high availability and uptime other registries fail to maintain, while providing a fully managed solution that has streamlined our workflows at Blackboard.”
Joel Snook, Director, DevOps Engineering - Blackboard
“Snowflake decided to replicate images to Amazon ECR, a fully managed Docker container registry, providing a reliable local registry to store images. Additional benefits for the local registry are that it’s not exclusive to Joshua; all platform components required for Snowflake clusters can be cached in the local Amazon ECR registry. For additional security and performance, Snowflake uses AWS PrivateLink to keep all network traffic from Amazon ECR to the workers nodes within the AWS network. It also resolved rate-limiting issues from pulling images from a public registry with unauthenticated requests, unblocking other cluster nodes from pulling critical images for operation.”
Brian Nutt, Senior Software Engineer - Snowflake
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