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Project Harbor is initiated by VMware China R&D as a Cloud Application Accelerator (CAA) project. CAA provides a set of tools to improve the productivity of cloud developers in China and other countries. CAA includes tools like registry server, mirror server, decentralized image distributor, etc.

Project Harbor is an enterprise-class registry server. It extends the open source Docker Registry server by adding more functionalities usually required by an enterprise. Harbor is designed to be deployed in a private environment of an organization. A private registry is important for organizations who care much about security. In addition, a private registry improves productivity by eliminating the need to download images from the public network. This is very helpful to container users who do not have a good network to the Internet.


  • Role Based Access Control: Users and docker repositories are organized via "projects", a user can have different permission for images under a namespace.
  • Graphical user portal: User can easily browse, search docker repositories, manage projects/namespaces.
  • AD/LDAP support: Harbor integrates with existing AD/LDAP of the enterprise for user authentication and management.
  • Auditing: All the operations to the repositories are tracked and can be used for auditing purpose.
  • Internationalization: Localized for English and Chinese languages. More languages can be added.
  • RESTful API: RESTful APIs are provided for most administrative operations of Harbor. The integration with other management softwares becomes easy.

Getting Started

Harbor is self-contained and can be easily deployed via docker-compose. The below are quick-start steps. Refer to the Installation and Configuration Guide for detail information.

System requirements:
Harbor only works with docker 1.10+ and docker-compose 1.6.0+ .
The host must be connected to the Internet.

  1. Get the source code:

     $ git clone
  2. Edit the file Deploy/harbor.cfg, make necessary configuration changes such as hostname, admin password and mail server. Refer to Installation and Configuration Guide for more info.
  1. Install Harbor by the following commands. It may take a while for the docker-compose process to finish.

     $ cd Deploy
     $ ./prepare
     Generated configuration file: ./config/ui/env
     Generated configuration file: ./config/ui/app.conf
     Generated configuration file: ./config/registry/config.yml
     Generated configuration file: ./config/db/env
     $ docker-compose up

If everything works fine, you can open a browser to visit the admin portal at . The default administrator username and password are admin/Harbor12345 .

Log in to the admin portal and create a new project, e.g. myproject. You can then use docker commands to login and push images. The default port of Harbor registry server is 80:

$ docker login
$ docker push

To simplify the installation process, a pre-built installation package of Harbor is provided so that you don't need to clone the source code. By using this package, you can even install Harbor onto a host that is not connected to the Internet. For details on how to download and use this installation package, please refer to Installation and Configuration Guide .

For information on how to use Harbor, please see User Guide .

Deploy harbor on Kubernetes

Detailed instruction about deploying harbor on Kubernetes is described here.


We welcome contributions from the community. If you wish to contribute code and you have not signed our contributor license agreement (CLA), our bot will update the issue when you open a pull request. For any questions about the CLA process, please refer to our FAQ.


Harbor is available under the Apache 2 license.


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Supporting Technologies

<img alt="beego" src="docs/img/beegoLogo.png"> Harbor is powered by <a href="">Beego</a>, an open source framework to build and develop applications in the Go way.

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