The OCI Registry As Storage (ORAS) project maintainers announced two releases of v0.15 for the ORAS CLI recently. ORAS v0.15.0 introduces four new top-level commands and new options to manage tags and repositories for advanced use cases. Three weeks later, ORAS 0.15.1 also released with a few known bug fixes. Since the release of v0.15, ORAS CLI has evolved into a fully functional OCI registry client.
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ORAS - Looking back on 2022 and forward to 2023
ORAS is a tool for working with OCI artifacts and OCI registries. It allows you to distribute OCI artifacts across OCI Registries. ORAS was established and open-sourced in Dec 2018 and joined CNCF as a Sandbox project in June 2021.
As you can see, ORAS has a long history and is still growing since it has an active community behind it. I was fortunate to join the ORAS community as a release manager in May 2022 and growing with the project this year. So I write this article to share the growth of the active community and project iteration that I witnessed in 2022. Let’s look back at what’s been happening this year and what we can expect in 2023 and beyond.
ORAS 0.14 and Future - Empower Container Secure Supply Chain
The OCI Registry As Storage (ORAS) project maintainers announced v0.14 release for the ORAS CLI recently. ORAS v0.14 introduces four new top-level commands and new options to manage supply chain artifacts across different container registries and multi-cloud environments.
ORAS Artifacts Draft Specification Release – Adding Secure Supply Chain Artifacts References
Today, the OCI Registry As Storage (ORAS) project maintainers are happy to announce the first draft release of artifacts-spec. The artifacts-spec defines how OCI distribution-based registry users can attach references to images, helm charts, and other OCI Artifacts.