Floating Kwaaaay with Podman and systemd

This post was originally published on the ETI blog here.

Red Hat Quay, (or Kwaaaay as my US colleagues pronounce it), is a Container Registry originally from the guys at CoreOS, who were recently purchased by Red Hat. A container registry plays a pivotal role in a successful container strategy, making it simple for developers and administrators to store, manage, distribute and deploy container images across their container platforms, be that on a laptop, standalone server or a distributed solution like Kubernetes.

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