Released Artifacts for zot¶
This document describes the available zot images for the various supported hardware and software platforms, along with information about image variations, image locations, and image naming formats.
As of the revision date of this document, the available zot versions are:
Table: available versions
zot is supported on Linux and Apple MacOS platforms with Intel or ARM processors.
Table: Supported platforms and architectures
|linux||amd64||Intel-based Linux servers|
|linux||arm64||ARM-based servers and Raspberry Pi4|
|darwin||arm64||ARM-based MacOS (Apple M1)|
Full and minimal binary images¶
In addition to variations for specific platforms and architectures, binary images are also available in full and minimal flavors:
zotbinary image is compiled with all extensions. Extensions include functions such as metrics, registry synchronization, search, and scrub.
A minimal distribution-spec conformant
zotbinary image is compiled with only a minimal set of code and libraries, reducing the attack surface. This option might be optimal for a registry embedded in a shipping product.
Binary image file naming¶
An executable binary image for
zot is named using the target platform and architecture from the Supported platforms and architectures table. The general format of a binary image file name is one of these two:
- A full zot binary image with all extensions has a filename of the form
zot-os-architecture.For example, the full binary image for an Intel-based linux server is
- A minimal distribution-spec conformant zot binary image has a filename of the form
zot-os-architecture-minimal. For example, the minimal binary image for an Intel-based linux server is
Tip: For convenience, you can rename the binary image file to simply
Where to get zot¶
zot project is hosted on GitHub at project-zot.
zot images are currently hosted in these publicly-accessible repositories:
Tip: You may need to use the
chmodcommand to make the image executable.
zot is released under the Apache License 2.0.