Bintray.io

Adding Jfrog Bintray to Codefresh and using it as a registry.

Passing Codefresh metadata to Bintray is supported through Grafeas. More info is available in this blogpost.

To configure Bintray.io first select JFrog Bintray from the Add registry registry drop down and then provide the following:

  • Registry Name - A unique name for this configuration (arbitrary name)
  • Username - Your Bintray.io username
  • API Key - Your Bintray.io API key
  • Domain - Your Bintray.io registry address e.g. docker-new-repository.bintray.io

Add Bintray.io Registry

Finding your API key

  1. Go to your Bitray.io profile
  1. Select API Key from the side menu

Bintray.io API key

Finding your registry domain

  1. Navigate to your bintray.com repository (or add a new one)
  1. Click the SET ME UP! button

Bintray.io SET ME UP

  1. Copy the registry address

Bintray.io registry address

Basic metadata upload

Codefresh will automatically set some version attributes in Bintray every time you upload a Docker image.

Basic Bintray metadata

Basic Bintray metadata