Distribution - The Docker toolset to pack, ship, store, and deliver content

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The Docker toolset to pack, ship, store, and deliver content. This repository's main product is the Docker Registry 2.0 implementation for storing and distributing Docker images. It supersedes the docker/docker-registry project with a new API design, focused around security and performance.

This project should provide an implementation to a V2 API for use in the Docker core project. The API should be embeddable and simplify the process of securely pulling and pushing content from docker daemons.

https://github.com/docker/distribution

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