What is Dist?
Docker Container Registries and Maven Repositories hosted in the cloud. Offering private, protected, and public repositories, Dist is the simplest way to share and distribute artifacts across your team, systems, and customers.
Dist is a tool in the Hosted Package Repository category of a tech stack.
Who uses Dist?
5 companies reportedly use Dist in their tech stacks, including arivu.one, checkmk, and LTK.
46 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Dist.
- Private repositories for internal development and deployment
- Protected and public repositories for distribution
- Fast global edge network
- Use native tools, no need for plugins
- Role-based access control
- Access tokens (limit access by tool/context)
- Distribution keys
- Encryption in transit and at rest
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