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Docker Begins Straddling Free and Paid Services

Here at OStatic, we're big fans of Docker, and we've been following recent developments surrounding it, including Red Hat starting to offer certification for Docker apps. As Docker matures, it is taking a page from the world of open source projects that have given birth to commercial arms of those projects, and making some features available only to paid customers. A blog post introduces Private Repositories on Docker.io and a fee structure for them.

If you use the free tier for repositories you'll experience no change, but the Docker blog post notes the following about Private Repositories:

 

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