CoreOS Acquires To Bring Private Docker Registries to the Enterprise

CoreOS Acquires To Bring Private Docker Registries to the Enterprise

San Francisco – August 13, 2014 – Today, secure hosting for Docker private registries, joins CoreOS to provide customers with enterprise container registries. is now part of the CoreOS family of products, providing CoreOS customers the capabilities to provide a complete warehouse scale computing solution. Starting today, customers who sign up for the Premium Version of Managed Linux will have access to CoreOS Enterprise Registry, powered by

“With onboard we now add another component to complete and easy solution for our customers looking to run containers and achieve warehouse scale compute,” said Alex Polvi, founder and CEO of CoreOS. “We are freeing our customers to use docker containers in a secure and fast way and providing more control over who has access to their source code or applications.”

In celebration of Quay joining CoreOS, the first one thousand people who sign up for the 20 repos plan on will receive six months free. This is a great way to try out Quay for yourself before committing to the Enterprise Registry. Customers and partners are excited to see Quay joining the CoreOS team.

“Quay has been great to work with, the team is always implementing features that are one step ahead of what we need for a private hosted registry,” said Rafe Colton, Software Engineer on the ModCloth Platform team. “Now, with CoreOS, we are excited to see the two companies join forces and continue to drive forward the container ecosystem.”

“Deis is supporting CoreOS Enterprise Registry right out of the gate,” said Gabriel Monroy, CTO of Deis. “We love the fact that is joining the CoreOS team and providing a great tool for teams collaborating with containers. We look forward to working with Quay and CoreOS moving forward."

With the acquisition of Quay, CoreOS is also adding a New York City office and becoming a bicoastal company. With offices both in San Francisco and New York, CoreOS hopes to grow the team and serve more customers both here in the states and internationally.

“It is wonderful to join the CoreOS team and see Quay become part of the full CoreOS solution,” said Jake Moshenko, CEO of Quay. “Quay will continue to operate as is and integrate more with CoreOS’ products. We have already loved getting to know everyone on the team and are looking forward to the future of Quay + CoreOS ”

About CoreOS
CoreOS is the first OS as a Service, that provides a complete warehouse scale computing solution. The strategies and architectures that influence CoreOS allow companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter to run their services at scale with high resilience. Learn more at or follow CoreOS on Twitter @coreoslinux.