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In our effort to make Quay the easiest place to host your containers, Quay is happy to announce support for the Docker V2 registry protocol, while maintaining full backward and forward compatibility with the existing V1 protocol. Starting today Docker is deprecating push support of clients 1.5 and earlier in Docker Hub, yet rest assured that your existing images will remain fully accessible in Quay, to both old and new versions of Docker.

Today we are releasing a new feature in beta, Security Scanning. Quay Security Scanning will automatically detect and report vulnerabilities in your containers. We have already scanned millions of containers on Quay with this feature, and found that nearly 80% are subject to major vulnerabilities, such as Heartbleed.

Some customers were reporting issues while upgrading to the previous versions of Quay Enterprise. We worked with them to diagnose a root cause. The culmination of this work is our latest minor release, v1.13.3, which users should upgrade to if they're having issues upgrading to any of the previous v1.13 releases.

Quay Enterprise v1.13 contains long-running migrations and should be updated during a maintenance window where administrators will have several hours of time to dedicate to the database migrating. Quay Enterprise will not be available while these migrations run.

If you haven’t been to our Web site in some time, you’ll notice that today Quay, by CoreOS, got a new look.

Along with our new look, today we are excited to share some updates.

We are pleased to introduce the newest features in Quay.io’s enterprise offering. Delivered by CoreOS, Quay.io is a private hosted and enterprise container registry, ideal for secure hosting of private docker and rkt repositories. New Quay.io features include OpenStack support, various optimizations and a streamlined release process, which enable easier setup and management of the enterprise registry on premises.

We are pleased to introduce the newest features in Quay.io's enterprise offering. Delivered by CoreOS, Quay.io is a private hosted and enterprise container registry, ideal for secure hosting of private docker and rkt repositories. New Quay.io features include OpenStack support, various optimizations and a streamlined release process, which enable easier setup and management of the enterprise registry on premises.

Today's guest post has been written by Micha "mies" Hernandez van Leuffen, the founder and CEO of wercker, a platform and tool for building, testing and deploying in the modern world of microservices, containers and clouds.

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At CoreOS we aim to deliver best-in-class deployment infrastructure to the application container industry. Today at CoreOS Fest we're announcing new features in Quay, our hosted private enterprise container registry.

At CoreOS we aim to deliver best-in-class deployment infrastructure to the application container industry. Today at CoreOS Fest we're announcing new features in Quay, our hosted private enterprise container registry.

Today we round up our newest features and shine a spotlight on them. Since joining the CoreOS team, we have been working hard on features to improve the Quay.io experience. Highlights include squashed images (an experimental feature) for faster downloading, added build features for more control with build automation tools, and improved notification features for better communications within teams.

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