New Docker Reporting Provides Teams with Tools for Higher Efficiency and Better Collaboration. Today, we are very excited to announce the release of Audit Log, a new capability that provides the administrators of Docker Team subscription accounts with a chronological report of their team activities.
Today, we are very excited to announce the release of Audit Log, a new capability that provides the administrators of Docker Team subscription accounts with a chronological report of their team activities. The Audit Log is an unbiased system of record, displaying all the status changes for Docker organizations, teams, repos and tags. As a tracking tool for all the team activities, it creates a central historical repository of actionable insights to diagnose incidents, provide a record of app lifecycle milestones and changes, and provides a view into events creating audit trails for regulatory compliance reviews. The Audit Log is available for Team subscription accounts, and at this point, is not included with Free or Pro subscriptions.
Some typical scenarios where Audit Log will play a key role include:
The feature is now available today for every Docker Team account. We will report on the activities that happen after the feature release. Docker will store the activity data for up to 6 months, and the log will not report on activities that were generated before that time. To view the Audit Log, select your Organization View and click on the Activity Tab.
This means that the update size of Docker Desktop will reduce down from ~500mb to around ~20mb and will install faster as well. We are really excited to be able to offer some new unique features for our Pro and Team customers as well as continuing to improve Desktop for our millions of existing users.
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